"Safety Briefings should be presented at least once a month, either at unit meetings, or at scheduled safety meetings. To present an appropriate safety briefing at least twelve times a year can become very time-consuming, in terms of organizing the available material, and in preparing a summary or outline for distribution and posting. An outline should always be prepared and distributed to your audience before the briefing so that the presentation can have more impact. Remember that we retain more of what we hear if it can be reinforced visually. Additionally an outline is essential to document a given safety briefing, and to make your key points available to members who could not attend the briefing itself. The outline can be posted on the Safety Bulletin Board, or placed in a Reading File for this purpose."
Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)