We’ve all had them. That close call where you almost got hit by a speeding car, that time you almost slipped and fell, that time you got lost with a dead battery. Don’t feel bad, because we’ve all had close calls. we all take that deep breath and forget about it the incident. However, don’t be so quick to forget about that close call. It may be a warning to change your practices or how you act, before your close call actually turns dangerous.
If you’ve had a close call at work, let your boss or supervisor know. They don’t want you getting hurt anymore than you want to. If safety is becoming an issue in your workplace, than maybe it’s time to bring in a safety consulting firm to implement safety practices.
If you’ve had a close call while driving, you know it can be scary. Car accidents are no joke, and safety on the road should be taken very seriously. If you are worried about your skill set when it comes to driving, then see if you can enroll yourself in a driver refresher course. Unfortunately when it comes to driving, there aren’t many alternatives unless you are in a large city. Carpooling, walking or biking are always other options as well.
If you’ve ever had a close call while at home, whether it be a slip in a kitchen or a trip down the stairs without breaking or injuring anything, count yourself lucky. However, next time you might not be so lucky. This about any hazards in your hallways or stairs, any slippery surfaces. When it comes to clutter and stuff, less is more.
When it comes to close calls, let’s be optimistic and hope that no accidents happen. But, let’s be safe, just in case they do.