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Greetings everyone, recorded this podcast on the road in Syracuse, New York.  For the topic this week I’d like to share with you an article (Understanding Influences on Risks: A Four-Part Model) that Terry Mathis and I wrote, and had published, in the February 2010 edition of EHS Today Magazine. The ...
Greetings everyone recorded this on the road in Santa Fe Springs, California. The topic this week is about an upcoming webinar, scheduled for 02 April 2010 titled, Customizing Your Own Safety Perception Survey.
 
http://www.proactsafety.com/webseminars
 
A safety culture is made up of common practices, ...
Greetings everyone for the podcast this week, I’d like to share some thoughts on a simple element that can go a long way in making a leader effective. This brief video is titled: Standing Side By Side - A Tale of an Effective Leader. You can either download this short clip here from this site [...]
Greetings, recorded this on the road in Louisville, Kentucky. The topic this week is about an upcoming webinar scheduled for this Friday, 05 March 2010 titled, Assessing Your Behavioral Safety Process: Finding New Results. - http://www.proactsafety.com/webseminars 
Many traditional Behavior-Based Safety ...
Greetings, I recorded this podcast on the road in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Terry Mathis and I co-authored an article that was published in the January 2010 edition of EHS Today. I would like to share this fun article with you in the podcast today. If you would like to see the article it can either be [...]
Greetings, recording this on the road in Cheswick, Pennsylvania. We receive a lot of calls from organizations looking to purchase software for their behavioral safety processes. So for the podcast this week, I would like to provide some independent thoughts on this. There really are several software ...
Greetings everyone! This is the first Sunday of the month (February 2010) and as promised we are publishing a video podcast today. This podcast is titled: What Defines an Accident or Incident? Terry Mathis, the Founder and CEO of ProAct Safety shares his thoughts on this topic. You can either download ...
Bonjour! Recording on the road this week in Paris, France. We have recorded many topics on Behavior-Based Safety and specifically the observation portion of the initiative. After all it is the engine of the average process. However, consider that conducting observations is not the only source of energy ...
Guten Tag! Recording on the road this week in Basel, Switzerland. We have assessed and worked with all major methodologies of Behavior-Based Safety (Behaviour-Based Safety, BBS, Behavioral Safety, etc). Regardless of the effectiveness of the methodology, it is easy for processes to lose the drive for ...
Bonjour! Recording this on the road in Colmar, France.  The topic this week, “Can You Name Your Last Three Safety Committee Successes?” says a lot about team effectiveness and communication. This is a question we always ask when assessing volunteerism or some employees call it voluntold. Either ...
Buongiorno! Recording on the road this week in Milan, Italy. It is easy for an organization to fall into the trap of overreacting to an accident or incident. The way we respond to the event, most definitely impacts both the culture, and the future reporting of accidents/incidents/mishaps. Yet, not enough ...
Greetings everyone from my home in The Woodlands, Texas. This year I begin to not only promise to provide weekly audio files to help you improve safety; I will be publishing monthly videos as well. We will keep these videos under 10 minutes in length so they can be used in quick meetings. This month [...]
Greetings from the road this week in Barnsley, England. Before we get started with the topic for this week, I wanted to let you know that we have identified the dates for ProAct Safety’s Annual Conference. If you would like to mark it on your calendar, it will be the 6th – 8th of April 2010. [...]
Greetings! Recording this podcast live in Orlando Florida. Recently we were at NSC’s (National Safety Council) 2009 Congress and Expo. We both spoke on some important topics during the conference, and we thought it would be fun to record a live podcast on the show floor; to celebrate 100 podcasts! ...
Greetings recording this week in Peoria, Illinois! We have received some amazingly positive responses from a recent article of ours (Unions and Behavior-Based Safety: The Seven Deadly Sins) that was published in EHS Today in the October 2009 edition. If you would like to view a hard copy and print out ...
Greetings everyone, my name is Shawn Galloway, I’m the President of ProAct Safety and the Host of Safety Culture Excellence. As you are aware since January 2008 we have provided free weekly audio podcasts to help you achieve and sustain excellence in safety. Starting in 2010 we will add monthly videos ...
Greetings recording this podcast on the road in ST. Agatha, Maine. This week I would like to share with you an article recently written by Terry and published on the 22nd of September 2009 in Workplace HR and Safety’s Safety Email Report. If you would like to see a hard copy of this article please visit [...]
Greetings recording on the road in Scranton, Pennsylvania. This week I’d like to share with you the details of a highly requested workshop. We have been delivering this workshop privately for companies since January 2002. This approach to Behavior-Based Safety has proven to be the most successful in ...
Greetings recording on the road this week in Cleveland, Ohio where Terry and I are leading some advanced safety public workshops. Last week while working in Omaha Nebraska I was interviewed by the host of Leadership-Action.com, Greg Krieser.  Greg states on the site that “Leadership-Action came about ...
Greetings everyone! Recording this week in Belle Fourche, South Dakota just outside of Sturgis. When asked how long it takes to change a culture, the predominant answer most of our fellow experts provide, is anywhere from five to seven years. Moreover it is often said that it takes time because you have ...
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