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  • Man, the Dominant Species A Safety Montage
    • Thanks to Dave Thompson
    • AMCS(AW) retired
  • Once upon a time, man had the skyscraper.
  • As society grew in sophistication, one of the benefits of technology was miniaturization.
  • This improvement easily lent itself to mankind’s entrepreneurial spirit.
  • The diversification of markets introduced new variations.
  • These variations took many forms.
  • We were proud of our achievements…
  • … of our innovations.
  • Our ingenuity allowed us to reach new heights.
  • But regardless of our technological advancements…
  • … the world is still a dangerous place.
  • As if behind every tree…
  • … there’s something coming up behind us…
  • … or waiting to fall on us…
  • … or to jump out and bite us.
  • We don’t always see all the hazards…
  • … or the pitfalls…
  • … or the obstructions in our way…
  • … but there are many.
  • Some hazards are big…
  • … and some are small.
  • They can be found everywhere…
  • … in our backyards…
  • … in the office…
  • … when we’re traveling…
  • … when we’re do-it-yourself-in.
  • Don’t take your safety for granted…
  • … even if you’ve done a job a thousand times before…
  • Accidents happen when we least expect them…
  • … when we push the envelope…
  • … when we exceed design limitations…
  • … act carelessly or recklessly…
  • … or improperly use safety equipment.
  • Or sometimes, in spite of our best efforts.
  • Clear and effective communication…
  • … is essential to achieving a positive safety culture.
  • Leaders must be positive role models...
  • … as well as communicate support.
  • Safety must be engineered into our day-to-day routines.
  • Following precautions is a must.
  • We can’t ignore…
  • … the signs.
  • Safety isn’t something to joke around about.
  • Don’t be nuts... be safe.
  • The End