2019 talk:Thriving in Safety

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What does safety mean to you?[edit source]

Safety means; a state of being free from danger or harm comment left by 105.112.32.144

Where do you encounter risks and danger in or around your volunteer work for the Wikimedia movement?[edit source]

There are limited or no risks and danger in or around my volunteer work work for the wikimedia movement. comment left by 105.112.32.144

What solutions do you know to mitigate such risks?[edit source]

Apply safety measures comment left by 105.112.32.144

Where do you go for help, if you encounter risks and danger in or around your volunteer work for the Wikimedia movement?[edit source]

Contractor employee HSE training manual comment left by 105.112.32.144

How do safety and security relate to each other?[edit source]

Security enhances safety comment left by 105.112.32.144

Your topic of discussion[edit source]

Thriving in Safety comment left by 105.112.32.144

What does this actually mean?[edit source]

"Establishing and applying rules at Wikimedia events that help protect newbies in particular, especially from vulnerable groups of contributors": it took me three read-throughs to get to what I think you're trying to say, but this actually reads "rules are devised to protect one vulnerable group from other vulnerable groups". I presume you mean "rules are devised to protect newbies in particular, particularly those from contributors who could be seen as vulnerable", or something similar. - SchroCat (talk) 21:23, 27 June 2019 (UTC)