The Art of Safety (The Book)

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Gary Main _edited-1Every day, we shape the reality of how people experience us and the programs we offer—by the way we present both ourselves and the information we deliver. Are you delivering your safety messages in the most effective way— the way that gets immediate buy-in? 

If not, then take a minute to discover how The Art of Safety will transform your safety program with:

– The 7 deadly Presuppositions of Safety and how to avoid them. Page 56
– How to do investigations the right way—the way that gets to the heart of the matter, faster, easier and without blame!  Page 95
– The 6 most important questions to ask as you operationalize your company’s safety performance. Number 1 is "What’s the standard? What are acceptable versus unacceptable behaviors? Page 21
– The simple steps to SUPERCHARGE your safety meetings. Page 81
– How to get “buy-in” from workers and managers when talking safety. Page 55
– The 7 Safety Strengths of “going visual” and why they‘re critical for optimal safety performance. Page 51




“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.

Although aimed at safety the material, concepts and exercises are universal in nature and transferable to a wide variety of operational and organizational initiatives. It may be the Safety component that initially attracts you to this book, but you will find yourself employing these concepts in a variety of work and life situations." – 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

Techniques for optimal safety performance provided to you in The Art of Safety include:

  • The 6 ESSENTIAL questions to diagnose safety problems and satisfy due diligence. Page 21
  • How to master the power of “Respectful Influence.” Page 111
  • How to create positive associations about your programs and yourself.  Page 69
  • How to read others and adjust your behavior for instant rapport. Page 114
  • How to use an effective and easy way to maintain relationships when delivering “bad” news. Page 72

 Plus many more new ways to approach safety in the workplace.