Superman has limitless speed and strength. Spiderman scales walls. These heroes undoubtedly keep cities safe, but they happen to be fiction. In the real world, there are very real heroes walking among us – often going unrecognized. These are our Safety Heroes.
It is these heroes that fervently establish safe work environments – that ensure the companies we work for remain viable. They protect our friends and family, allowing them to return home at the end of each shift.
Want to hear more about their superpowers? Read below to find out!
This Safety Hero talks about a catastrophic explosion that changed her mindset on supporting safety.
As Director of Risk Management at Lextran, John Givens is a proactive, humble, passionate, and loyal leader.
This passionate Safety Hero knows changes don’t just happen overnight.
Wesley Carter has a relentless focus on continuous improvement as a safety leader.
Ann Schubert, ES&H Manager for AECOM, is a dedicated, passionate safety leader who others describe as a great mentor and leader.
Louise Vallee CSP CIH CPE is a passionate, inclusive and dynamic safety leader.
Glenna Smith, CMSP is a dedicated safety professional with a career spanning multiple decades. Her vast experience covers the mining, construction, general industry, and energy sectors.Glenna is Director of Mining Safety at McCraren Compliance. McCraren...
Colleen Davlin explains why top executives need to be involved and engaged with safety.
Mark Handel has a unique background and approach to safety.
Safety Hero Shane Zimmerman says the future of safety is up to us.
Pam Walaski, CSP, CHMM has provided health, safety, and environmental support for clients for more than two decades.
Jack Jackson’s superpower is that he’s a motivator.
Kathi Dobson explains why safety leaders are both confidantes and coaches.
This Safety Hero shares fun and interactive ways to keep your workers safe.
This Safety Hero helps people grow 24/7 safety skills.