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Changing the Language of Safety

This is not another book covering the “what’s” – the nuts and bolts of safety. This is about how you handle yourself when interacting with others — how you communicate and how you come across with your safety messages.


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The Art of Safety: The Book

Learn about the book.

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The Art of Investigation and Organizational Recovery: Workshop

Join Gary in Toronto for a special workshop on November 25 - 27, 2015!

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Gary Phillips

Meet Gary Phillips!

Client Testimonial

  • “I had an opportunity to read this book and found it immediately helpful. I was able to utilize the concepts to help me understand and resolve an issue in our workplace totally unrelated to a safety issue." - Robert Gordon, Director of Court Operations, Ministry of the Attorney General

  • “The techniques in The Art of Safety will revolutionize the way safety programs are delivered. Every professional and safety representative needs a copy of this book.” —Dr. Richard Bandler, co-creator of NeuroLinguistic Programming

  • “I was blown away by how easy it is to make little changes that revolutionized our safety performance.” —Pat Miller – Supt. Health, Safety & Training – Abitibi / Bowater

  • “Being a construction safety professional, I often need creative ways to promote safety. This book will become my recommended must read for both front line supervisors and project management. The material comes across in an interesting way that both can relate to, take something from, and use.” —Christopher Nicholas – Senior Safety Engineer

  • "The Art of Safety seamlessly blends advanced communication concepts into the world of occupational safety. A treasure trove of practical tools for every practitioner." —Michael Grinder, author of Charisma – The Art of Relationships, ENVoY, and The Elusive Obvious