Right Track

Your quarterly magazine captures, shares and promotes safety learning and initiatives across the industry.

Anyone who has played “Chinese Whispers” as a child will know that what is said doesn’t always match what is heard. And though we laugh when a perfectly innocent phrase comes out as something quite different at the end, in real life it can cause problems. We might miss catching up with friends because we get the time or place wrong; or argue with family because nobody was clear on exactly what the plan was. 

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