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How to Build Communication and Recordkeeping Best Practices into Your Safety Program

Dave Paoletta


Last Updated: March 15, 2021

Every worker needs to have the latest relevant safety information before they clock-in. For that to happen, safety communications need to do more than exist: they need to be effective. 

Effective safety communications within an organization must flow in both directions, from management to employees and from the “shop floor” to management. 

In Part 4 of our Ultimate Guide to Safety Management Systems series, Dave Paoletta shows you what it takes to build communication and recordkeeping directly into your safety system.

Are you new to the series? Go back and read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.

Dave Paoletta


David Paoletta, MS, MBA, CSP, CUSP, is a research analyst and subject matter expert for Safesite, a safety management software company based in San Francisco, CA. He is also a principal consultant with New Dimensions in Safety in Alameda, CA. David has extensive utility field safety experience with PG&E and PNM New Mexico. He is a Past NM ASSE SPY Award winner and a Past President of the San Francisco Chapter ASSE.

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