101 Safety Meeting Ideas

101 Safety Meeting Ideas That Can Be Shared at the Workplace

In this article, you will find 101 safety meeting ideas that you can use and discuss at your safety meetings and help make your office a safer place to work. Check them out.
Workspirited Staff
Last Updated: Apr 9, 2018
The basic point of a safety meeting is to make sure that the employees are well-versed with at least the basic safety measures that need to be taken by them, to have a smooth day in office. There are many minor things that can go on to be very important in some situations. In this Workspirited article, we have given you a list of 101 safety meeting ideas that are all important and need to be shared with employees.

Things to Discuss at Safety Meetings
  1. Importance of safety in the workplace.
  2. The different safety measures that everyone should be trained in.
  3. Evaluating the safety policy of the company.
  4. Importance of physical as well as psychological safety in the workplace.
  5. Organization of a safety committee.
  6. Appointment of leaders and volunteers for safety drives within the office.
  7. Appointment of a team that will supervise the working of the safety committee.
  8. Forming a team to design an office safety checklist for the employees.
  9. Appointment of a team to see that everyone adheres to the items mentioned in the office safety checklist.
  10. Forming a team that will take responsibility for spreading awareness, by means of posters and cartoons about the different safety precautions that they should take around the office.
  11. The designing of an emergency plan of evacuation.
  12. What should be done in case a fire breaks out.
  13. What should be done if an earthquake is experienced.
  14. What can be done in case of a black out.
  15. What to do in case of an armed robbery attempt.
  16. Emergency first aid training.
  17. How to identify potential hazards within your workplace.
  18. Who to report any hazardous or unsafe materials lying around to.
  19. Who should be told about unsafe practices carried out by other employees.
  20. Whom to report to, in case of physical or psychological stress caused by another employee.
  21. Conduction of a mock fire drill.
  22. Conducting a mock emergency evacuation.
  23. Role-playing meeting to show how to handle a potential security threat to the office.
  24. Forming a team of people who will take responsibility of keeping all the safety equipment up-to-date and well-maintained.
  25. Forming a team of people who will see to it that every employee uses his or her ID card while entering and exiting the office premises.
  26. Coming up with a number of different hazardous scenarios to discuss at other safety meetings.
  27. Discussing construction safety measures.
  28. A full-fledged session on ergonomics.
  29. A training session on communicating hazards and dangers to the concerned authorities.
  30. How to resolve a minor safety issue without alerting the emergency services.
  31. Assigning a team for the documentation of every safety issue that is brought up with the management.
  32. Training the team to document the accident reports, etc.
  33. A session to highlight and explain the basic safety equipment that the office already has.
  34. A session to train employees to protect their eyes from the screens and other possible hazardous equipment.
  35. A meeting to come up with some fun ideas for safety meetings.
  36. How to handle a situation with an employee who is experiencing seizures.
  37. How to handle a problem of claustrophobia.
  38. Methods to be followed for proper ear protection.
  39. What to do to protect the employees from respiratory problems.
  40. How to install and use new safety equipment in the office.
  41. How to ensure personal safety and safety of one's belongings.
  42. Protection against extremely bright lights.
  43. Use of suitable equipment for protect against possible radioactive materials.
  44. How to maintain the furniture within the office in order to keep it safe and hazard-free.
  45. A training session on how to use a fire extinguisher.
  46. A session on how to use the different hand tools that are used everyday.
  47. How to handle a forklift.
  48. How to prevent the contraction of a contagious disease.
  49. Precautions to be taken in case of the outbreak of an epidemic or pandemic.
  50. How to help a person who is bleeding.
  51. How to help a person who has received an electric shock.
  52. How to provide basic assistance to someone who has fallen down a flight of stairs.
  53. How to treat someone with a sprain.
  54. What to do in case of minor burns.
  55. What first aid to provide in case of smoke inhalation.
  56. Accident prevention.
  57. How to go about investigating an accident.
  58. How to help someone with a back injury.
  59. How to help someone with a neck injury.
  60. What to do in case of a head injury.
  61. How to help someone who may have a fracture.
  62. A session to highlight the importance of vehicular safety.
  63. A session to check and inspect the vehicles of the employees.
  64. An inspection of the electrical safety of the office.
  65. Discussion about Internet safety.
  66. Storage of hazardous material.
  67. What to do in case of a hurricane.
  68. Safety measures to be taken around scaffolds.
  69. How to handle glass safely.
  70. Safety tips that people handling heavy machinery should follow.
  71. Safety tips for technicians of electrical equipment.
  72. Importance of safe driving.
  73. Safety tips for people handling chemicals and chemical solutions.
  74. How to deal with a situation of violence within the office premises.
  75. CPR training.
  76. How to handle a possible bomb threat situation.
  77. What to do in case of accidental poisoning.
  78. What to do in case of severe allergic reactions.
  79. Why wearing the appropriate clothes and footwear in the different seasons is important.
  80. How to handle obscene phone calls.
  81. How to help a person who is choking.
  82. How to help a person who is undergoing a lot of stress and is hyperventilating.
  83. Training session to explain the different safety symbols and meanings.
  84. Discussion of office safety topics related to housekeeping.
  85. What to do in case a person is having a heart attack.
  86. What to do in case of dehydration.
  87. How to revive someone who has fainted.
  88. Proper safety gear for head, hand and body protection, specially at construction sites.
  89. Dealing with water or food contamination.
  90. How to call 911 and what exactly to say in case of an emergency.
  91. How to handle sharp and pointed equipment.
  92. How to treat insect bites.
  93. A meeting to come up with more safety meeting topics for discussion.
  94. How to ensure that there is no exposure of hazardous chemicals and substances.
  95. Proper food safety precautions to be taken.
  96. Importance of using seat belts while driving.
  97. A session to explain how to react in case of malfunction of a fire alarm.
  98. What to do if an animal or bird enters the premises of the office.
  99. Use of stickers and reflective clothing in the dark.
  100. Safety precautions to be taken while entering and leaving a hospital.
  101. How to handle an employee who is in an inebriated state.