My daughter is either a comic genius or an evil mastermind “AJ, do you want the last cherry sour,” my daughter held up the small, “Safety Isn’t Defined By What It Isn’t”
We take too much for granted… This is a shorter post than some, but the topic is no less important. It’s something I routinely emphasize “Teach Limitations”
I’m just going to come right out say it. This subject straight pisses me off. When we go around talking about how awesome our companies “Workers Keep Dying, Safety Keeps Chasing Band-Aids”
My house was built in 1994. That means, aside from having very mature trees in the yard, everything inside is beige, gold, and scattered with “Built-In is Better than Value OR Priority”
Rules aren’t the ticket to excellence. A good foundation is.
Ignore this post if you can squat twice your body weight There’s a trend I’ve noticed in the safety world that is no more based “Stop Making Weaklings In The Name Of Safety”
Celebrate your freedom, risk included People are going to do all kinds of crazy things today in the name of celebration. Rightfully so. Independence Day “Merry Chri… Happy 4th of July! Don’t Break Your Toe…”
There are too many zealots out there I had a great conversation about that very topic yesterday while making some exciting plans for an upcoming “Sometimes It’s The Little Wins- Finding Success When Safety Sucks”
Even when we’re lucky, we’re right enough to survive. We survive because we’ve either learned a lesson from the past or learn one in the present from our mistakes.
Seriously, we could use some positivity. Maybe safety people should meditate… (Or read awesome books like the one I wrote: A Practical Guide to the “Life Would Suck If It Were A Safety Report”