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A Fully Visualised Health and Safety Management System

September 29, 2023
Andrew Smith
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Creating a fully visualised Health and Safety Management System is an approach to managing health and safety that seeks to ensure that critical health and safety information is easily understood and absorbed by all stakeholders, regardless of their language orientation, literacy levels, education, or geographic location.

Here's how you can transform your organisation's HSE management system into a fully visualised system:

Assessment and Acknowledgment: Recognise the limitations of your existing text-heavy, complex HSE management system. Understand that it may not effectively communicate critical information to all levels of your organisation.

Content Refinement: Begin by rewriting and simplifying the existing content. Remove unnecessary complexity and jargon while retaining key information. This should result in a more concise and understandable set of guidelines.

3D visualisation: Utilise modern 3D image development to create accurate digital representations (digital twins) of work sites, equipment, and task environments. These visuals can be integrated into various training and communication materials.

Visual Outputs: Create visual materials such as Visual Standards, Toolbox Talks, Control Checklists, E-Learning modules, Key Message Posters, and Learning From Incidents (LFI) recreations. These visuals should convey critical information in a format that is easy to comprehend.

Translation and Localisation: Translate the visual content into different languages and dialects to ensure that it is accessible to a diverse workforce. Tailor the content to the specific needs and preferences of different regions or teams.

Mobile Accessibility: Develop an application or platform that allows employees to access HSE content via mobile devices. This ensures that workers can easily access information when and where they need it.

QR Codes: Place QR codes at locations with potential risks. Employees can scan these codes to access the relevant HSE content for that specific location or task. This provides just-in-time information.

Tracking and Accountability: Implement a system that tracks who accessed the content, their performance on e-learning modules, and whether they viewed important videos or materials before engaging in high-risk activities. This data can help hold employees accountable for following safety procedures.

Continuous Improvement: Regularly update and improve the visualised HSE management system based on feedback, changes in regulations, or emerging best practices.

Training and Communication: Ensure that all employees are trained in using the visualised HSE system and understand its importance. Effective communication is essential for the successful adoption of this system.

By transforming your HSE Management System into a fully visualised asset, your critical safety information will be more accessible, understandable, and memorable and will ultimately help to reduce risk and save lives.

Contact us now to discuss how we could assist in your HSE visual transformation.

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