John Drebinger Safty Speaker

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Safety Speaker John – Recognize Safe Behaviors

April 19, 2017

As a safety speaker I have the privilege of working with some real safety champions. We all know how important it is to look for, spot and point out unsafe conditions or actions. Another way to improve you and your employees safety awareness is to look for opportunities to point out when safety is done […]

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Safety Speaker Thoughts On Multi-Tasking and Safety

January 5, 2017

Safety Speaker Thoughts On Multi-Tasking and Safety We live in a world which has embraced the concept of multi-tasking. I suspect the belief was you could get more done if you did multiple tasks at one time. It does seem to make sense. After all, we all know we can be talking, giving a speech […]

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Safety Speakers and Listening Skills

December 27, 2016

Safety Speakers and Listening Skills Have you ever made a concentrated effort to listen to someone only to have them say, “You never listen.”? You are both frustrated and confused. What more could you possibly do to pay closer attention? In my book Mastering Safety Communication, (Click Here For Book) I have a chapter on […]

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Safety Speakers Discover Management Safety Fails

December 22, 2016

Safety Speakers Discover Management Safety Fails In my presentation, “Safety For Leaders,” I share ways leaders who are committed to safety can reinforce their safety message. As a safety speaker, I explain a few things they must do to avoid undermining their safety message. Leaders who value safety must be congruent. As a safety motivational […]

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Safety Speakers Can Take A Different Perspective

December 19, 2016

Safety Speakers Can Take A Different Perspective As a safety speaker, I have the opportunity to interview many employees around the world. An emergency response team member, at a site where I was their safety motivational speaker, shared with me a new way to motivate people to wear safety gloves when performing any task. Specialized […]

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Safety Speakers Teach Employees to Talk With Their Family About Safety On The Job and Off the Job

December 15, 2016

Safety Speakers Teach Employees to Talk With Their Family About Safety On The Job and Off the Job It would seem logical for parents to teach their children about safety at home. Have you ever suggested your employees share stories and information about safety on their job? Children love to hear about what their parents […]

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Safety Speaker Tip – Conducting Effective Safety Meetings – Audience First

December 12, 2016

Safety Speaker Tip – Conducting Effective Safety Meetings – Audience First The challenge for many safety meetings is they are driven by what the leader wants to share. “I have to get this information to my audience.” is their logic. This gets the communication focus off in the wrong direction. This direction is Speaker to […]

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Safety Speaker Tip – Emergency Lighting – In Everyone’s Pocket

December 8, 2016

Safety Speaker Tip – Emergency Lighting – In Everyone’s Pocket From all the video posted online from people’s phone cameras we are all aware there are few places in this world where there isn’t a camera or recording device. As a safety speaker, I am aware almost everyone in my audience has a smart phone. […]

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Safety Speaker Tip – Focus and Topic

December 6, 2016

Safety Speaker Tip – Focus and Topic As a safety speaker, I learned from one of my mentors the importance of Topic Focus. I want to discuss focus in relation to the topic of your safety presentation. Another way of putting this is, staying on topic. When you are crafting a toolbox talk or safety […]

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Safety Speakers Tip – Taking Personal Responsibility Is Vital To A Safe Workplace

August 12, 2016

Safety Speakers and Personal Responsibility Safety speakers talk alot about taking personal responsibility for safety. Personal responsibility must be taken in many forms to assure a safe workplace. In order to be effective in communicating safety concepts, each one of us must take responsibility for our own safety. As safety professionals and managers, we must […]

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