SeaChange have identified the 10 safety behaviours we can all do to Starve the COVID-19 Beast! We explain why they are important, what to do, and how make each safety behaviour a long-lasting habit. See below for key information on how We are All Accountable.
Why is it up to you?
Hold yourself accountable for how you behave to help yourself and others stay safe and healthy. Safe behaviour = saving lives.
How can we hold ourselves Accountable?
Examples of how you can do this include writing in a notebook or making visual boards with targets: # of times you thoroughly washed your hands (target = once per hour); # of times you coughed/sneezed into your arm (target = 100% of the time); # of times you DID NOT maintain 2 meters of distance (target = 0), etc.
Lead by example at home and at work if you are working outside your home. Hold yourself and others accountable for every behaviour – your safe behaviour means lives saved. All unsafe behaviours need to be challenged as they happen so safety becomes part of the culture, part of “how we do things here” – just like it is now widely accepted that you wouldn’t get into a car without buckling up!
The single most important thing we can all do to help manage the risk of COVID-19 is to adopt Safe Behaviours. This means taking accountability for our actions and behaviours and ensuring that we all:
- know what these behaviours are and
- hold ourselves (and others) responsible for those behaviours.
For more detailed information and consultancy support on how to prepare and plan for COVID-19 onsite, contact SeaChange about our excellent and comprehensive ‘Ready Steady Go Programme’. Call us now on +353 45 856 028, or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. (SeaChange home page here)
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