Microsoft Word Can Read Your Text

Microsoft Word Can Read Your Text

Reading what you have written can help you to catch grammatical errors and also help with the organization of your thoughts and ideas.

Today, I want to share with you how to enhance your writing skills, using the text to speech technology, the Read Aloud function, built-in Microsoft Word.

  1. This function is simple to use.
  2. Make sure that your system audio is setup.

Highlight the text that you want Microsoft Word to read and then click on the “Read Aloud” button.

Your written words are read out loud to you. Listen to the spoken word carefully. You may be surprised at what you hear.

You can choose from several different voices by clicking on the menu that becomes available.

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Do You Have An Opinon?

One Lesson Learned In the safety profession, we do not offer opinions without supporting evidence. To be persuasive to the reader, your writing should extend beyond your beliefs, experience(s), opinion(s), and/or suggestion(s). Fact-based statements require scholarly sources to support your claims and conclusions. Being able to cite a specific standard is helpful when discussing any compliance related subject with your leadership team.

Thoughts and Opinions on Developing a Successful Safety Culture

Thoughts and Opinions on Developing a Successful Safety Culture

Safety Culture

Do you have and Opinion?  One Lesson Learned

 

In the safety profession, we do not offer opinions without supporting evidence. To be persuasive to the reader, your writing should extend beyond your beliefs, experience(s), opinion(s), and/or suggestion(s).
Fact-based statements require scholarly sources to support your claims and conclusions.

Being able to cite a specific standard is helpful when discussing any compliance related subject with your leadership team.

Long-Held Percetions

Long-Held Percetions

Long-Held Percetions

One of the long-held perceptions that must be overcome in an organization is the belief that the elements of a Safety Management System are permanent in their design and implementation.

While a Safety Management System is intended to incorporate fundamental safety principles into the organization, the environment into which they are implemented is ever-changing:

  • People change
  • Conditions change
  • Budgets change
  • Leadership direction changes
  • etc.

At the same time, the overall Organizational Culture may be undergoing which will affect the Safety Culture.

The key is that if the safety process does not take into account the core values, continues to espouse, and allows to exists, safety efforts, while well intended, will be resisted and ineffective.

In the the Safety Culture be successful and survive.

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