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Greetings! Recording this podcast while working in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Recently one of the subscribers to this podcast, Peter Hinton, emailed me to discuss the podcast and offered the following suggestion: “…as I listen to your podcasts I chuckle at the statement “ …Recorded while on the road…” ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while in Decatur, Alabama. For the podcast this week I’d like to share an article Terry Mathis and I wrote called “Old Dogs and New Tricks: Keep BBS From Rolling Over and Playing Dead” that was published in the June 2010 edition of EHS Today. The published article ...
ProAct Safety Founder and CEO, Terry L. Mathis was recently interviewed by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA). They have a podcast called Safe & Sound, hosted by Melissa Hurley and Craig Sorrell. They were kind enough to allow us to repost the interview in its entirety for the subscribers ...
Greetings all! For the video podcast this month, I share a four-part model for managing safety performance. I hope you will see how this model can be applied to any area of human performance.
 
You can either watch the video here at www.SafetyCultureExcellence.com, at www.ProActSafety.com/Insights, ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while on the road in Galveston, Texas. For this week I’d like to share a White Paper Terry Mathis and I wrote titled “Using Podcasts to Improve Safety: A Versatile New Communication Media” that was published as a conference paper for American Society of Safety ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while on the road in San Jose, California. This week I’d like to share an article I wrote called “Dangers of Distracted Drivers: The Science Explained” that was published 20 July 2010 in my column for Canadian Occupational Safety. The published article can either ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while on the road in Manchester, England. For this week I’d like to share an article I wrote called “Multitasking Myths and Misconceptions” that was published 04 June 2010 in my column for Canadian Occupational Safety. The published article can either be found at ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while on the road in Irvine, Scotland. For this week I’d like to share an article I wrote called “The Folly of Safety Training” that was published the June 2010 edition of Occupational Health and Safety. The published article can either be found at http://ohsonline.com/articles/2010/06/01/the-folly-of-safety-training.aspx?sc_lang=en ...
Greetings all! For the video podcast this month, I share a very simple, yet effective model for coaching for performance. Specifically, safety performance. I hope you will see how this coaching model can be applied to any area of human performance.
 
You can either watch the video here at www.SafetyCultureExcellence.com, ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while on the road in Cumbernauld, Scotland. A few months back, I was speaking at Partners in Prevention 2010 in Toronto, Canada. After my talk on Teaching Supervisors to be Safety Coaches, the editor of Accident Prevention e-News asked if I would write an article on the ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while on the road in Sheffield, England. For this 138th podcast, I’d like to share an article I wrote called, “An Unlikely Tool to Improve Safety”. It was published 10 May 2010 in my monthly column for Canadian Occupational Safety. The article can either be found ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while on the road in Baltimore, Maryland. This is now our 137th podcast and Safety Culture Excellence is now over 2 ½ years old! Thank you to all of our subscribers. Terry Mathis and I have been overwhelmed by the amount of appreciation we receive via email and calls ...
Greetings all! As you may already know, a few months ago I became a columnist for COS Magazine. Aside from contributing articles monthly, I’ll be contributing videos as well. When up in Toronto recently; I recorded several videos in their studio. The video column is titled Culture Shock. In the first ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded on the road in Bethesda, Maryland. For this week’s podcast I’d like to share an article that was fun to write and is to me a fun topic, visible support for safety. The article was titled, “Heard It Through The Grapevine” and was published in April 2010 edition ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded on the road in Denver Colorado. In the podcast last week I provided an audio recording of an article of mine that was published in the April Edition of EHS Today. It was titled “Assessing Your Safety Culture in Seven Simple Steps”. 
 
For the podcast this ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while on the road in Toronto, Ontario. After seventeen years of working on and developing safety cultures, we receive comments and questions on a weekly basis on how to assess a safety culture. A lot of people believe it can be performed solely by completing a safety ...
Greetings everyone for the podcast this week, I’d like to share a short video I recorded on the scientific model that addresses the importance of never driving and talking on the phone, often called, Distracted Driving. I also hope from this short video you will understand why it is such a bad idea to ever [...]
Greetings everyone I recorded this podcast in San Jose California. Recently I was asked to become a frequent contributor to Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine. I was honored when they stated the following on their website, “Editor’s note: Beginning this month, Canadian Occupational Safety ...
Greetings, recorded this podcast while on the road in San Jose, California. Safety has evolved at an impressive rate. I would argue, increasingly so over the past decade. As we improve our ability to prevent risk exposures and injuries we must ensure we do not fall into what Dean Spitzer in his book ...
Greetings, recorded this podcast from the road in Omaha, Nebraska. Businesses continue to struggle trying to identify different, or better ways to measure safety. In the audio podcast this week, Terry and I discuss the evolution of safety measurement and where the future will take us. We refer this as ...
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