Living the ISS Safety Rules

Title translated into English

Living the ISS Safety Rules

Film: Duration in minutes

10:40 minutes

Content

The animation film starts with an Intro where an employee saying goodbye to his family to go to work. This is followed by a clip on each of the ten Safety Rules. The Safety rules cover: • Stopping unsafe work • Permit to Work • Energy isolation • Electrical safety • Confined space entry • Driving safety • Working at heights • Housekeeping • Manual Handling • Working with Chemicals Each clip embeds key messages of the specific rule. After the ten clips, there is Outro clip showing the employee returning to his family safe and sound.

Message

ISS rolled out the ISS Safety Rules in September 2010 as the first step in aligning behaviours when ISS employees carry out daily tasks. The understanding of the ISS Safety Rules is a mandatory part of induction training for new employees. To help spread this understanding, ISS and the visual communication company, Citizen Dane, developed a set of animation videos called ‘Living the ISS Safety Rules’. The videos are without voices to overcome the challenge of the many languages ISS employees speak across the world.

Background

Our goal with the video is to ensure that all our fellow employees understand the ISS Safety Rules and more importantly understand that these are the behaviours we expect at our work places. The videos are without voices to overcome the challenge of the many languages ISS employees speak across the world.

Target Group

Front line employees

Awards

Videographer Awards

Contact details Editor

ISS World Services AS
Buddingevej197, Denmark-2860 Søborg
www.issworld.com

Contact details Production company

Citizen Dane
Kronprinsessegade6, Denmark-1306 Copenhagen K
http://www.citizendane.dk