"Safety speaker John Drebinger has the best informal intervention that gives your employees the "how to" of being their brother's keeper. Within the first 24 hours, people are watching out for their fellow workers' safety and taking action."
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Human Traits and Safety, The Good, Bad and the Ugly Safety speakers can tell you that every audience is different. It is one of the things that makes my job as a safety speaker fun. People are different in how they think and behave. Also, people have different traits, values and beliefs that shape who […]Read more
As A Safety Speaker Teach a Lesson In A Story As an international safety speaker I know the power of stories to teach. Years ago, around the campfire, I heard this story and have told it to every troop of which I have been a Scoutmaster. Two brothers were leaving the town they had lived […]Read more
A Little Background As a safety speaker, I am asked, “How you would most like to work with a client, their leaders and employees?” In a perfect situation, I like to do my presentation, “Would You Watch Out For My Safety? For Effective Leaders” for the leaders of a company, the safety teams, and the […]Read more
Safety Briefing – An Outstanding Example As a safety speaker this week, I joined the BNSF Road Way Equipment Safety Leadership Team in Dallas, Texas. They began their meeting, as many companies do, with a safety briefing. For most meetings, I hear someone give a quick safety minute talk about a general hazard. At many […]Read more