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Flexibility and Communication Success by Safety Speaker John Drebinger

Flexibility and Communication Success

Speaking of flexibility one of the best ways to make your point is by using humor. For April Fools fun check out: http://goo.gl/HFI9jP

As I was catching up on the goings on of my friends and family on Facebook, I stumbled on a story of a teacher who truly knows how to communicate with their students. First, they made it a part of their job as a communicator to know and understand their audience. We, as safety leaders need to do the same. How much do you know about the people you are motivating to work safely every day? As a safety speaker the better you know your audience the more you can reach them.

Second, they took the time and effort to study and learn about the interests of their students and then use that information to get the desired result.

Here is the story I read:
“Rowdy students were stunned into silence after their math teacher warned them that he would expose Game of Thrones spoilers if their behavior did not improve. The teacher asked the class how many of them were fans of the fantasy show Game of Thrones. Most of the students raised their hands. He then announced that he had read all the books and if the noise level in the room was too loud he would write the name of the next death on the board in the front of the classroom.”

The class became silent. What awesome understanding of an audience and willingness to communicate with them so they would positively respond. It did not say in the short article but I would suspect his students also appreciated that he cared enough about them to read a story they liked.

Learn all you can about your audience and use that information to help you bring them home safely every day.

Having Fun With A Serious Subject – Happy April Fools Day

One of the best ways to make your point is by using humor. As you know, you will more likely listen to a creative and fun airline safety announcement than the same old, tired message. For years, I have been sharing the message that people need to use the handrail whenever they are going up or down the stairs. They need to avoid carrying armloads of materials for many reasons; it blocks their view, it throws them off-balance, and they are unable to lightly hold the handrail while using the stairs. In researching staircase safety, I discovered the dollar loss from falls on stairs is second only to automobile crash injuries!

In order to help you spread the word on staircase safety, I have produced a special video for you to show at your next safety meeting or you may include the link in any newsletter or email you send. It is fashioned after the many April Fools web pages and videos that show up this time of year. (Next week’s issue will list some other sites that have some great ideas they have posted in past years.)

This video is timeless as it refers to the new regulation going into effect “next month.” Whenever you send the link to someone or play it at a later meeting, it will still apply. So please, pass it on!

Check Out John’s April Fools Safety Video

To check out the video, go to either of the following URL’s – one is our regular URL and the second is a shortened one for you to share on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter or with your friends.

Regular:  http://www.drebinger.com/staircase-fall-protection-announcement/

Shortened: http://goo.gl/HFI9jP

Please Help Me Make This Safety Message Go Viral

Share the link with as many people as possible. Send it to your email lists, post it on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and anywhere else you interact with others.
If you wish to share this with friends and employees, just cut and paste the text below into your email. Also, this newsletter serves as authorization to show the video publicly as long as it is unaltered. Thank you for your help with this project and have a safe April Fools Day in a couple of weeks.

SAMPLE EMAIL TEXT:
We have recently been informed of a new government safety standard that will go into effect next month. Please go to the following link to hear the announcement. http://goo.gl/HFI9jP

Have fun with this and be on the watch for more fun videos I will be producing in the weeks ahead.
Until next week,
I’ll be “Watching Out For Everyone’s Safety™”
John

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Having Fun With A Serious Subject On April Fools Day and Beyond by Safety Speaker John Drebinger

One of the best ways to make your point is by using humor. For April Fools fun check out: http://goo.gl/HFI9jP As you know, you will more likely listen to a creative and fun airline safety announcement than the same old, tired message. For years as a safety speaker, I have been sharing the message that people need to use the handrail whenever they are going up or down the stairs. They need to avoid carrying armloads of materials for many reasons; it blocks their view, it throws them off-balance, and they are unable to lightly hold the handrail while using the stairs. In researching staircase safety, I discovered the dollar loss from falls on stairs is second only to automobile crash injuries!

In order to help you spread the word on staircase safety, I have produced a special video for you to show at your next safety meeting or you may include the link in any newsletter or email you send. It is fashioned after the many April Fools web pages and videos that show up this time of year. When you need a safety speaker who brings fun and creativity to his safety presentations call me at 209-745-9419

This video is timeless as it refers to the new regulation going into effect “next month.” Whenever you send the link to someone or play it at a later meeting, it will still apply. So please, pass it on!

Check Out John’s April Fools Safety Video

To check out the video, go to either of the following URL’s – one is our regular URL and the second is a shortened one for you to share on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter or with your friends.

Regular:  http://www.drebinger.com/staircase-fall-protection-announcement/

Shortened URL: http://goo.gl/HFI9jP

Please Help Me Make This Safety Message Go Viral

Share the link with as many people as possible. Send it to your email lists, post it on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and anywhere else you interact with others.
If you wish to share this with friends and employees, just cut and paste the text below into your email. Also, this newsletter serves as authorization to show the video publicly as long as it is unaltered. Thank you for your help with this project and have a safe April Fools Day in a couple of weeks.

SAMPLE EMAIL TEXT:
We have recently been informed of a new government safety standard that will go into effect next month. Please go to the following link to hear the announcement. http://goo.gl/HFI9jP

Have fun with this and be on the watch for more fun videos I will be producing in the weeks ahead.
Until next week,
I’ll be “Watching Out For Everyone’s Safety™”
John

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Warning Signs -Truth or Fiction? by Safety Speaker John Drebinger

Warning Signs – Truth or Fiction?

There are safety stories everywhere you go. When you pay attention to what is going on around you they can become a part of your safety presentations. This week, I was buying gas and ran into the store to get a soft drink. As I did, I heard a guy ask the cashier if it was still wet near a “slippery when wet” sign.
The cashier answered, “No, it dried up.”
The gentleman then offered to move the sign out of the way as it was a trip hazard all by itself. I walked over and thanked him for correcting the situation and watching out for everyone’s safety.

All too often, as a safety speaker I see these signs used in areas where it might get wet. The problem is people walk by and see there is no hazard except for the sign and they begin to doubt its accuracy. When people continually see the sign is incorrect they will habitually begin to ignore the warning. Now, there is real danger because when there is a actual slip hazard it will be ignored.

If you have an area that potentially may be slippery, put a permanent sign in the area cautioning about the possibility. It would be similar to the signs you see on the highway warning a bridge may freeze before the road approaching the bridge. This is a good cautionary sign.

Our credibility as safety team members and professionals is at stake when we continually warn about hazards that don’t exist. Language does matter and it is important to distinguish between a potential hazard and one that is currently an impending threat.

Next week, I will be announcing a short, 2-minute video you may use for fun at an upcoming safety meetings. We hope it goes viral on the internet. Our plan is to release it to the safety community in the middle of March and then everyone else at the beginning of April. You may have figured out where this is leading. Thanks for subscribing to the newsletter.

Until next week,
I’ll be, “Watching Out For Everyone’s Safety™”
John

Safety Presentation Of The Week – New Preview Video

Each week, I will highlight one of my many safety presentations available for a variety of safety meetings. We have just updated our preview video of my presentation  “Ensure Your Safety” (Click Here For Video Preview) The video is about 14 minutes in length and covers the key points I teach in the presentation. It has portions of some of my magic effects and a full start-to-finish of my newspaper tear including the safety lesson I teach during the magic trick. When you have the time be sure to watch all of it.

When people take personal responsibility for their own safety, injuries will disappear. The question is, “How to make that happen?” The answer is, “Ensure Your Safety.”

John reveals for each and every person in his audience their own personal “why” and then through examples and stories, motivates them to perform their duties in the safest way possible. Safety Speaker John Drebinger has helped thousands of employees realize the benefit to them when they willingly accept personal responsibility for their safety.

As a result of John’s “Ensure Your Safety” presentation…
Your employees will:

Take personal responsibility for their own safety;
Recognize and handle distractions safely;
Know how to refocus when distractions occur;
Avoid shortcuts to protect themselves and the safety of the new employee;
Use personal protective equipment whenever appropriate;
Create a positive association between safety and their job;
Understand how working safely directly benefits them; and
Work safely because they want to, not because it’s a rule.
Known for his effective and unique safety presentations, motivational safety speaker John captivates and motivates your employees as no other speaker does. His reputation for effectiveness has resulted in his teaching presentation and communication techniques at the American Society of Safety Engineers and the National Safety Council’s national conventions for more than two decades.

With his skills as a master of safety communication, John will break through the common objections people have when they come to a “Safety Meeting.” The mindset of, “We have heard it all before,” is shattered as soon as he takes the stage. As a member of the prestigious Hollywood Magic Castle, John is able to keep the audience’s attention with his magic effects, which each convey a safety concept and will have them talking about your safety meeting for months.

For each of your shifts, John will deliver a fun and effective safety message that will get everyone to want to work safely, bring that same safety mindset home with them, and give you a more productive workplace with zero injuries to report.


Ensure Your Safety – Available on DVD

Ensure Your Safety is the only one of safety speaker John Drebinger’s safety presentations available on DVD. For more information (CLICK HERE)

Thanks again for sharing this information with your decision making team. Call, Diane Weiss, at 209-745-9419 today to reserve your date.

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Safety Moment From The Olympics by Safety Speaker John Drebinger

This week on a call with one of my clients, I took the responsibility for the pre-call safety moment. As I have mentioned in previous newsletters, this was an idea I learned from this client last year. They, as many other companies, display safety as a value by beginning every meeting with a safety moment when someone shares a safety story or idea. In their case, their leadership is so committed to safety as a value, they include phone conference calls as meetings also. I love how this business and associating with each and every one of you helps me to improve my own safety every week.

This week, when I was going to call my friend, I knew I wanted to be the one who shared the safety moment on this call. When he was on the line, I told him I would cover the safety moment today. The story I shared with him I had read the day before concerning safety and the Olympics. The story related how many hockey players and other competitive skaters have begun to use cut-resistant socks in order to prevent serious injuries to their ankles and legs when people and skates collide. It was exciting to me to see safety solutions develop in sports because the competitors want to avoid unnecessary injuries. You certainly can’t be your best sitting a season out with a sliced Achilles tendon.As a safety speaker I liked most about the concept of the safety moment was it caused me to be thinking ahead of the call about what I might want to share. It raised my awareness and because of that I was more focused on safety. If you want to be, “watching out for everyone’s safety™”, as I do, involve as many employees as you can in regular safety shares. Have a safe week.

Until next week,
I’ll be, “Watching Out For Everyone’s Safety™”
John

Safety Presentation Of The Week

Each week, I will highlight one of my many safety presentations available for a variety of safety meetings. Today I will be flying to Roanoke, Virginia to deliver my presentation titled,  “Safety for Effective Leaders” (Click Here For Video Preview) So I think this will be the presentation I will highlight this week.

Organizations choosing to achieve world-class safety performance use safety speaker John Drebinger’s presentation, “Safety For Effective Leaders,” to help everyone embrace their safety initiatives and values. For over 24 years, John has worked with and studied the best and the brightest in the field of safety. He can share with you the secrets of leaders who are champions of safety and send their people home safely day after day with no injuries.

Known for his effective, fun and dynamic presentations, Drebinger captivates and motivates your leaders as no other speaker does. When John shares his presentation “Safety For Effective Leaders” with your leadership team, they will:

Adopt the mindset of world-class safety leaders;
Realize leaders make safety happen;
Know safety needs to be a personal as well as a corporate value;
Effectively convey their value-based safety message;
Be congruent with what they say and do;
Improve their own safety awareness;
Consistently take personal responsibility for the safety of their people;
Avoid common leadership mistakes that undermine their safety message;
Empower their employees to care about each others safety;
Learn five reasons people “want to” watch out for the safety of others;
Discover three reasons people choose not to watch out for others;
Use two special techniques for comfortably sharing safety with others;
Respond appropriately when someone watches out for their safety;
Never feel regret knowing they could have prevented an injury;
Appreciate the safety department as a resource for their safety success; and
Take home a copy of John’s book, “Would You Watch Out For My Safety?™” (To reinforce the techniques John teaches in his presentation each audience member must receive a copy of his book available at a bulk discount price).

Post-Presentation Measurable “Action Items” And “Toolbox Talks”

The learning continues long after John is done. You want and need more than just a great safety speech. John has the perfect answer to the question, “What do we do now?” For each of John’s presentations, he gives your audience specific measureable action items for them to use immediately and over the next few weeks allowing them to put into practice what they have learned. He also has developed a series of “Toolbox Talks.” These include outlines for your people to use at pre-work meetings to keep the concepts and techniques he teaches fresh and in use.

John also works with union leadership who are committed to the safety of their workers. John can work with your union as well as corporate leaders to help them meet their shared goal of no injuries.

“Safety For Effective Leaders” Is Great For:

Corporate Leadership Retreats
Plant Leadership Meetings
Safety Conventions or Conferences
First-line Supervisors to CEO’s
John looks forward to helping you create a new vision, passion and energy in your leadership to build a safe and productive workplace with zero injuries. Watch John at: http://www.drebinger.com/videos. Call me, Diane Weiss, at: 209-745-9419 today to reserve your date.

Shopping Cart Update

In the next couple of weeks, we will be changing our shopping cart. This will only effect you if you happen to attempt an order on the actual day the switch is made. If you are having any difficulty with an order, please contact Sandie Gilbert at 209-747-2770 and she can help you.

Awesome Client List
As I mentioned last week, there have been many changes on my website. One of them is our client list. If anyone on your committee selecting a safety speaker has any doubts show them this list.
I am very grateful for all of you who have allowed me to be “Watching Out For Everyone’s Safety™” by sharing my message of watching out for the safety of others. If you haven’t had me at your site in the past couple of years, I have new material your employees will enjoy and will help them watch out for their safety and the safety of people around them. Give Diane a call at 209-745-9419 or to see the list online Click Here or go to: http://www.drebinger.com/client-list-john-drebinger-presentations/

 

There’s Room For You On This Prestigious List

Join this list of companies and organizations who are committed to the safety of everyone on and off the job. In addition to a commitment to safety the one thing they all have in common is they recognized and made use of the effective safety presentations of John Drebinger.

If you’re already on this list and you haven’t had John back in the past couple of years now would be the time to bring him back to experience his newest most effective content yet.

  • 3M Abrasives
  • Aera Energy
  • Agricultural Personnel Management Association
  • Agricultural Producers
  • Aker Solutions
  • Alabama Power
  • Alaska Occupational Safety Summit – ASSE
  • Aleris International
  • Alpha Fund
  • Ameren UE
  • America West Regional Newspaper Operations and Technology Conference
  • American Axel & Mfg.
  • American Cyanamid
  • American Society of Safety Engineers ASSE
  • American Subcontractors Association
  • American Training Resources
  • Ames Construction
  • Ames Research Center – NASA
  • Anheuser-Busch
  • Applied Materials
  • Arcadis
  • Ardagh Metal Packaging
  • Arizona Public Service
  • Arkema Inc.
  • Armstrong World Industries
  • Army National Guard, VA
  • Arnold Air Force Base
  • ASSE National PDC 1995 to 2014 (19 Consecutive Years)
  • ASSE National PDC Keynote 1998
  • Associated General Contractors
  • Atofina Chemicals
  • ATR
  • Aztec Well Servicing
  • Babcock & Wilcox Co.
  • Baker Hughes
  • Balfour Beatty Rail
  • Bank of America
  • Barrick Gold of North America
  • BASF
  • Baton Rouge Industry Alliance
  • Baton Rouge Safety Council
  • Bechtel
  • Bechtel SAIC
  • Boeing
  • BP Oil
  • Braidwood ComEd Nuclear Plant
  • Bridger Coal
  • Browning-Ferris Industries
  • Bunge North America
  • Bush Brothers
  • BWX Technologies
  • BWXT Y-12 LLC.
  • C.C. Myers, Inc.
  • C.J. Mahan Construction
  • Caballo Mining
  • CalEnergy
  • California Agricultural Aircraft Association
  • California Conservation Corps
  • California Department of Parks & Recreation
  • California Feed and Grain Association
  • California Governor’s Safety Conference
  • California Waste Removal Systems
  • Calmar Incorporated
  • Canadian Pacific Railway
  • Canadian Salt
  • Cannon Sline
  • Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
  • Captive Resources
  • Carolina Star Conference
  • Caterpillar Inc.
  • Central Community College Platte Campus
  • Central Florida Safety Council
  • Central Illinois Light Company
  • Central Indiana ASSE Chapter
  • Central Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Conference
  • Central Valley ASSE Chapter
  • CH2M Hill
  • Chevron
  • Chevron Global Upstream and Gas
  • Chevron Refinery
  • ChevronPhillips
  • ChevronTexaco
  • City of Gillette
  • City of Lincoln, Nebraska
  • City of Scottsdale
  • City of Thousand Oaks
  • Clearwater Paper
  • Cleco Corporation
  • CoachAmerica
  • Colorado Safety Assoc. Conf.
  • Conectiv
  • Conoco Phillips Pipeline
  • ConocoPhillips
  • Consolidated Edison
  • Construction Employers Assoc.
  • Construction Safety Conference
  • Construction Safety Council
  • Consumers Energy
  • Corning Inc.
  • County of Santa Clara
  • County Safety Officers Assoc.
  • Courtaulds Fibers Inc.
  • Crane Army Ammunition Activity
  • Day & Zimmermann
  • Delphi
  • Department of Defense
  • Devro-Teepak
  • Dick Corporation
  • Dole Fresh Fruit Company
  • Dow Corning
  • Dryden Flight Research Center – NASA
  • Dryers Grand Ice Cream
  • DuPont
  • DynoNobel North America
  • East Jordan Iron Works
  • Edison Electric Institute
  • Edison Mission Energy
  • Elf Aquitaine Inc.
  • Enel North America
  • Energy Technology and Environmental Business Association
  • Enform Petroleum Safety Conference
  • Engelhard Corp.
  • Entergy
  • Entergy Nuclear
  • Equilon Pipeline Co.
  • Equiva Services
  • Exelon Generation
  • Exelon Infrastructure Services
  • Exide Technologies
  • ExxonMobil
  • ExxonMobil Chemical
  • ExxonMobil Co-Generation
  • ExxonMobil Global Marine
  • ExxonMobil Refineries
  • ExxonMobil Research & Engineering
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI
  • Fire Department Safety Officers Association
  • Florida Safety Council
  • Fresno Builders Exchange
  • Fresno County Employer Advisory Council
  • Frito-Lay
  • GE Power Systems
  • General Electric
  • General Mills
  • General Motors
  • George C. Marshall Space Flight Center – NASA
  • Georgia Power
  • Glenn Research Center – NASA
  • Golden State Risk Management Authority
  • Granite Construction
  • Grant Prideco
  • Graycor Services
  • Greater Los Angeles Chapter National Safety Council
  • Greater Omaha Safety and Health Council
  • Greater Yosemite Council, Boy Scouts of America
  • Gulf Coast Safety & Security
  • H. B. Zachry
  • Halliburton
  • Halmark Cards
  • HandyTube
  • Hanson Aggregate
  • Henkel Corporation
  • Hercules Inc.
  • Herman Miller
  • Herzog Railroad Services
  • Hewlett Packard
  • Holiday Inns
  • Home Wine & Beer Trade Association
  • Homeland Security National Conference
  • Hovensa LLC
  • Hunter Douglas
  • IBM
  • Idaho National Laboratory
  • Illinois Power Company
  • Illinois Safety Council
  • Imperial Oil
  • Indiana Chamber of Commerce
  • Indiana Kentucky Electric Corp.
  • Indianapolis Power and Light Co.
  • Industrial Safety and Health Conference
  • Infineum
  • International Construction Health & Safety Conference Hawaii
  • International Society of Mining Safety Professionals
  • Interwest Insurance Service
  • Iowa-Illinois Safety Council
  • ISHN
  • Ivey Mechanical
  • Jacobs Engineering
  • John Deere
  • Johnson Space Center – NASA
  • JTL Group
  • Kansas City Chapter ASSE
  • Kennedy Space Center – NASA
  • Kenny Construction
  • Kinross Gold
  • Kirtland Air Force Base
  • Kitchell Construction
  • Knife River Corporation
  • Koch Industries
  • Kroger
  • Kvaerner Industrial Constructors
  • Laborers’ Health & Safety Fund
  • Lackland Air Force Base
  • Lafarge North America
  • Langley Research Center – NASA
  • Laughlin Air Force Base
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • League of Wisconsin Municipalities
  • Lewis Tree Service
  • Liftow Limited
  • Lincoln Electric System
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Los Angeles Chapter National Safety Council
  • Lucent Technologies
  • Lyondell
  • Lyondell Basell
  • Lyondell-Citgo Refining
  • Maersk
  • Malmstrom Air Force Base
  • Manitoba Construction Assoc.
  • Marathon Oil
  • Marine Corps Logistics Base
  • Marriott Hotels
  • Massman Construction
  • McClatchy Newspapers
  • McDonnell Douglas
  • McKesson HBOC
  • MDU Resources
  • Meade Johnson Nutrition
  • Meadow Valley Contractors
  • Merck and Company
  • Metropolitan Transit Authority
  • Mid-America Dairymen Inc.
  • Midland Empire Safety Council
  • Midwest Generation
  • Mine Safety and Health Administration MSHA
  • Minerals Technologies Inc.
  • Mission Bell Winery
  • Mississippi Power Company
  • Mobil Oil
  • Modesto Bee
  • Modesto Irrigation District
  • Mollenberg-Betz Inc.
  • Monsanto
  • Morton Salt
  • Motiva
  • Motorola
  • Municipal Pooling Authority
  • Mutual Insurance
  • Myron Construction
  • Nabholz Construction
  • Nalco Chemical
  • Nalco/Exxon Energy Chemicals
  • Narragansett Improvement Co.
  • NASA
  • National Construction Safety Executives
  • National Electrical Contractors Association
  • National Future Safety Leaders Conference – ASSE
  • National Maritime Safety Assoc.
  • National Petrochemical and Refiners Association
  • National Safety Council National Congress
  • National Speaker’s Association
  • Naval S & E Training Center Conf.
  • NPRA
  • Nebraska Safety Council
  • Nellis Air Force Base
  • Nevada Governor’s Safety Conf.
  • Nevada Power Company
  • Nevada Test Site
  • New Mexico Municipal League
  • Newmont Nevada Energy
  • Nielsons Inc.
  • Norbord Incorporated
  • North America Association of Transportation Safety and Health Officials
  • North Dakota Safety Council
  • Northrup Grumman
  • NSC Texas Safety Conference & Expo
  • NSC Texas Safety Council
  • Nuclear Management Co.
  • Nucor
  • Oakridge National Laboratory
  • Occidental of Elk Hills
  • Oklahoma Department of Human Services
  • Oklahoma Safety Council
  • Oklaunion Power Station
  • Omaha Public Power District
  • OSHA
  • OSHA Oil & Gas E&P Safety Conf.
  • P&M Cedar Products
  • Pacific Coast Building Products
  • Pacific Gas & Electric
  • Packaging Corporation
  • Palisades Nuclear Plant
  • Parsons
  • Patrick Air Force Base
  • Paulsboro Refinery
  • PCL Construction
  • Peabody Energy
  • Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard
  • Peco Energy Company
  • Pennsylvania Army National Guard
  • Pepsico
  • Petroleum Packaging Council
  • Pioneer Telephone
  • Pittsburgh Corning
  • Plains Exploration & Production
  • Point Reyes National Park
  • Ports America
  • Potlatch Paper
  • Powder River Coal Company
  • PQ Corporation
  • Printpack
  • Quaker Oats
  • Quanta Services
  • R&L Brosamer
  • Randolph Air Force Base
  • Red Cedar Gathering
  • Red Simpson Inc.
  • Rhone-Poulenc Rorer
  • Rifenburg Constructors
  • Rohm & Haas
  • Rotary International
  • Round Mountain Gold Corp.
  • Ryder Integrated Logistics
  • Sacramento Municipal Utilities District SMUD
  • Sacramento Regional Transit
  • Safety & Health Council of New Hampshire
  • Safety and Health Council of Greater Omaha
  • Safety Center of Sacramento
  • Safety Performance Solutions
  • San Antonio Chapter ASSE
  • San Diego Safety Council
  • Sandia National Laboratory
  • Santa Fe Aggregates
  • Sapa Industrial Extrusions Inc.
  • Savannah River
  • SCF Arizona-Tucson Safety Conf.
  • Schneider Electric
  • Seedorff Masonry
  • Sending Place
  • SGS Petroleum Service
  • SHARP Conference
  • Shea Homes
  • Shell Chemical
  • Shell Oil
  • Sherwin Williams
  • Sierra Pacific Minerals Technologies
  • Sierra Pacific Power Company
  • Sony Pictures
  • Southern Company
  • Southern California Edison
  • Spirit AeroSystems
  • St. Paul Companies
  • Stanislaus County Safety Council
  • State Compensation Insurance Fund
  • State of California
  • Statewide Safety Exposition
  • Stennis Space Center – NASA
  • Steve Rados, Incorporated
  • Sundt Corporation
  • Sunoco Logistics
  • Sycamore Co-Generation Co.
  • TABC – Toyota
  • Tech Well Service
  • Teichert Construction
  • Teichert Materials and Aggregates
  • Texas Chemical Council
  • Textron
  • The American Group of Constructors
  • The Big West of California Refinery
  • The Exchange Club
  • The Wine Group
  • Three Rivers Manufacturers’ Association
  • Ticona
  • Toastmasters International District 47
  • Toyota
  • Toyota Lift Trucks
  • Trane Company
  • Transystems
  • Tri-State Generation Colorado
  • Tri-State Manufacturer’s Alliance of Evansville Indiana
  • Tropicana
  • Turner Construction
  • Twenty Mile Coal
  • Tyler Pipe
  • UAW – United Auto Workers
  • United Space Alliance
  • United States Air Force – Headquarters Air Force Safety Center
  • United States Army Corps of Engineers
  • United States Department of Agriculture
  • United States Department of Energy
  • United States Department of Labor
  • United States Forest Service
  • United States Marine Corps
  • United States Postal Service
  • United Taconite
  • Universal Studios
  • University of California Davis
  • University of Colorado
  • University of Oklahoma
  • UPS -United Parcel Service
  • URS
  • US Borax, Inc.
  • V&M Star
  • Valero Refining Co.
  • Vandenberg Air Force Base
  • Vermeer Manufacturing
  • Virginia Tech University
  • Vishay Electric Components
  • VPPPA National Conference
  • VPPPA Region 1
  • VPPPA Region 4
  • VPPPA Region 5
  • VPPPA Region 6
  • VPPPA Region 8
  • VPPPA Region 9
  • Warren G. Bender Co.
  • Washington DC National Guard Armory
  • Washington Group
  • Washington State Governor’s Industrial Safety and Health Advisory Board
  • Washington State Governor’s Safety Conference
  • Washington TRU Solutions
  • WCH – Washington Closure Hanford
  • West Central Ohio Safety Council
  • West Texas Utilities
  • Western Area Power Administration
  • Western Energy Company
  • Western Safety Conference – NSC
  • Westinghouse Electric Corporation
  • Weststar Energy
  • Wichita Chapter ASSE
  • Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades
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