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Safety Culture Excellence®: Episodes

Most companies attempt to integrate safety thinking into their business, but forget to integrate sound business thinking into safety. Terry L. Mathis, CEO of ProAct Safety shares an important perspective often ignored in safety. ProAct Safety provides more strategies in the area of safety culture and ...
Greetings everyone, this podcast recorded while in Topeka, Kansas. For the podcast this week I’d like to share an article written by Terry Mathis, published in January 2013 in EHS Today Magazine.  It was titled, Zero Accidents Does Not Equal Safety Excellence. The published article can be found under ...
Are All Accidents Preventable? Terry L. Mathis, CEO of ProAct Safety shares some very important thoughts on this subject as well as some strategies and language to address this vital perception within your safety culture. ProAct Safety provides more strategies in the area of safety culture and safety ...
Greetings everyone, this podcast recorded while in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. For the podcast this week I’d like to share an article written by Terry Mathis, published in December 2012 in EHS Today Magazine.  It was titled, Is Safety Mandatory or Discretionary? The published article can be found ...
Using incident data to improve safety is nothing new. However, when the goal is attained and your accident data starts to lose its statistical significance, what can be done? Near-miss data can help fill in gaps left by dwindling incident rates, and provide clear information with which to focus. But ...
Greetings everyone, this podcast recorded while in Baku, Azerbaijan. I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published December 2012 in Occupational Health & Safety Magazine.  It was titled, Understanding the Roles of Behavior in Safety. The published article can either be found on the magazine’s ...
Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) professionals face an increasing challenge, one that intensifies with each new hypercompetitive priority. It is little wonder why organizations strive to move safety from a priority to a value. To create these shared values within an organization, they must be ...
Greetings everyone, this podcast recorded while in Billings, MT. I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published December 2012 in BIC Magazine.  It was titled, Avoiding the 10 Common Pitfalls of Behavior-Based Safety. The published article can either be found on the magazine’s website or ...
What is the best measure of safety performance? Is it the traditional recordable rate, severity rate, cost of accidents, near-miss numbers, physical audit scores, behavioral observations, percent safe, or perception surveys? The best answer may be “All of the above.”
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Greetings everyone, this podcast recorded while in Soda Springs, ID. I’d like to share an article Terry L. Mathis wrote and was published November 2012 in EHS Today Magazine.  It was titled, Formulas for Safety Excellence. The published article can either be found on the magazine’s website or under ...
This workshop will focus on the attributes that are needed to form a successful Safety Committee.   It will also help explore what the Safety Committee will be responsible for to create and sustain a successful safety program. The objectives for this workshop include: 1. Develop a focus on transformational ...
Greetings everyone, this podcast recorded while in Bethesda, MD. I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published October 2012 in Occupational Health & Safety Magazine.  It was titled, Measuring Safety Excellence: A Practical Framework. The published article can either be found on the magazine’s ...
Many efforts for improving safety performance include rewards or incentives. While the theory of incentivizing safety is well intentioned, the practice varies from effective, to ineffective, to harmful. Additionally, there are many new discoveries about how incentives and rewards really work and new ...
Supervisors constantly communicate priorities and strategies to their workers, whether they intend to or not. With training, supervisors can take active control of the messages they send to promote safety as an organizational value. They can set levels of expectation that point everyone in the direction ...
Greetings everyone, this podcast recorded while in Memphis, TN. I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published November 2012 in ISHN Magazine. It was titled, How to Avoid Safety Failures. The published article can either be found at www.ISHN.com or under Insights at www.ProActSafety.com.

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Shawn M. Galloway
ProAct Safety
www.ProActSafety.com
www.SafetyCultureExcellence.com
Greetings everyone, this podcast recorded while in Memphis, TN. I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published November 2012 in my column BIC Magazine. It was titled, A.W.A.R.E. – Five Steps To A Successful Safety Observation. The published article can either be found at www.BICAlliance.com ...
The fact that perceptions affect safety cultures is undeniable, yet the best intending organizations often pay little attention to perceptions and the conditioning affect they have on new employees or the company. Whether accurate or not, perceptions become culturally-norming beliefs. When these common ...
Greetings everyone, this podcast recorded while in Orlando, FL. I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published October 2012 in my column BIC Magazine. It was titled, I’m Sorry I Almost Killed You. The published article can either be found at www.BICAlliance.com or under Insights at www.ProActSafety.com.

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This session is designed to be an introduction to the rationale and practice of BBS for newcomers and a thorough review for participants at the workforce and management levels.

The supporting roles of management and supervisors will be discussed. The support roles in BBS are less active than the participants’ ...
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