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!
George Pavlovich shares the habit he consistently sees in companies with effective safety leadership.
This Safety Hero says why safety always needs to be first.
Billy Parker’s life-changing incident makes him a one-of-a-kind, honorable, and memorable Safety Hero.
Learn about Ed Davidson CHST, CHSM, CSM, RSD, Director of Safety and Environmental Compliance at Long Foundation Drilling Co.
Abby Ferri, President of The Ferri Group, explains why safety is personal.
This Safety Hero helps positively shape how students approach safety.
This Safety Hero is dedicated to supporting safety and continuous improvement.
Joe Keenan is described by peers as an energetic leader who is dedicated to safety.
Continual learner Mary Browne shares how she has thrived in her role as a safety leader.
Scott Lape, Safety Manager at Upside Innovations, has a wealth of experience in safety.
Safety tech inventor Doug Storer is CEO and Founder of Night Tech Gear.
Alan Mar is a safety leader who has dealt with all aspects of loss prevention in his career.
Reese Fortin, Area Safety Manager, is passionate, compassionate, and dedicated in all areas of her life.
David Lynn, President of Peak Safety Performance, is a values-driven safety leader.
This safety leader shares why safety requires action.