Personal Safety Conversation Cards

After the tragic murder of Sarah Everard, recent campaigns, vigils, media spotlights, and focus on harassment and violence; this contractor have created a number of new safety conversation starter cards. These have been used as an aid to help open up conversations with the teams regarding personal safety, women’s safety and diversity.

By having the conversations, it has made operatives and staff more aware and reflect on their behaviours, body language and conduct, and the challenges women face.

Each conversation has been very different; with some having shared their own or family’s experiences, impact on mental health and wellbeing, and welcoming the law on public sexual harassment being implemented. They have also discussed education, respect, more women in power and speaking up.

It has been agreed that they shouldn’t feel uncomfortable having these conversations. Have the conversation, don’t avoid it just because it doesn’t affect you directly; it affects as all.

The cards were shared via social media, both internal of the company and external to help people have the conversations with their teams.

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