Number of slides: 10
We all know how to read traffic lights: green is “go”, yellow means “wait” and red yells “stop”. This traffic signal is certainly a great invention that prevents chaos on the roads and allows us to drive safely, but have you thought of using this easy-to-understand color association to convey important messages in your company? Present your rules and policies to new employees, the status of projects, safety do’s and don’ts and other operations with our Creative Traffic Light PowerPoint Template.
Free Traffic Light PowerPoint Template
Onboarding programs and induction processes help new employees adjust to the work environment. Share the company’s rules and policies using the popular green, yellow and red colors to indicate encouraged practices, things that need an explicit permit and what is prohibited in the workplace. You will find three sections in each slide to place your content according to the colors.
Working at a plant or factory comes with its own hazards. If your team works on electrical installations, manage heavy equipment or chemicals, this Traffic Light PowerPoint Template will come in handy to conduct a safety workshop and educate your employees on the do’s and don’ts of your processes. Three dynamic gauge graphics and a color bar that goes from green to red are perfect to showcase a sequence of steps and help your team identify wrong actions.
Meetings are a great way to give your boss, coworkers, and different stakeholders an update on how things are going on the projects you lead. Use the vertical snake diagram to show the following three stages: to do, doing and done. You can also share the status of initiatives from your department with three simple boxes labeled “in process”, “approved”, and “rejected”.
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