The Flowline Of Understanding (1960s)

The film emphasizes the importance of effective communication in preventing workplace accidents and misunderstandings. It highlights scenarios where poor communication led to serious consequences, such as an employee getting burned due to not following safety instructions and another misunderstanding a task, leading to a mistake. The film stresses the need for clear and thorough communication, both verbal and written, to ensure that instructions are understood, remembered, and executed correctly. It also discusses the role of supervisors in facilitating communication and creating a positive attitude among workers to promote learning and correct implementation of instructions. Ultimately, the film prompts viewers to reflect on the causes of communication failures and consider ways to improve communication within their organizations.

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