Safety Culture Video Series related to WRPS-IB-17-006, Safety Culture Video Implementation Best Practices: The scenario depicted in this video by the Washington River Protection Solutions Safety Culture Improvement Team is of workers using peer checking during a 360-degree inspection prior to moving a vehicle. The key message of the video is that employees need to hold each other accountable to accomplish work safely and avoid undesirable behaviors; also iterates the importance of being open to and accepting of feedback from peers. The video is intended to spark a discussion within your organization or work group.
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