2017 Think Safety Monthly Planner - Personalization Available

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Perfect as a National Safety Month Giveaway, this planner provides safety tips for all 12 months of the year, covering the key issues of workplace safety, including back safety, personal protective equipment, teamwork, emergency preparedness, housekeeping, fire prevention and more. Also includes tips for off-the-job safety, as well as special sections on reporting accidents, preventing RMIs, sprains and strains, and managing stress, along with an emergency-care guide and a safe-home checklist. Has 2017 and 2018 calendars-at-a-glance, and space to write in important numbers. Includes clear vinyl sleeve.
2 3/4" X 1 1/2
3 3/4" WIDE X 6" HIGH. 36 PA
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, December 30, 2015


5 Stars

Nice Product

, February 07, 2013

I have ordered this 3 years in a row and am very happy with the planner. It is used as part of our safety program.

5 Stars

Change Safety Culture.

, November 05, 2012

Think Safety Monthly Planner is a wonderful product. In the recent work place safety surveys have proven to make workplace safe we need to change our behavior and our way of thinking why safety. Think Safety Planner is one of the tools to start behavior base safety in your workplace. With safety facts and safety tips written on every page reminds you safety at work always important.

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Very useful

, August 28, 2012

I buy these each year for our employees and pass them out in November at our Monthly Crew Safety Meetings. The guys seem to really enjoy them, and I love that each month they see a new safety message (not that they don't hear those same messages on a regular basis - but having it PRINTED before their eyes is just another way to keep safety uppermost in their mind.