Exclusive video: How leaders can achieve and sustain safety excellence

Posted on 21 May 2013

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Leaders can achieve more in safety excellence by focusing on what they want employees to do instead of what they don’t want them to do, Shawn Galloway, president, ProAct Safety, said at the 2013 IADC Drilling Onshore Conference in Houston on 16 May. In this exclusive video, Mr Galloway speaks with Drilling Contractor associate editor Joanne Liou about how leaders can enhance their role in sustaining safety excellence. Although the industry has set a goal for zero incidents, he noted that it is important to look beyond that goal and consider better ways to measure and even market safety.

 

 

2 Comments For This Post

  1. MIchele Nordahl Says:

    Would liek to know more about what safety suggestions web inars and ideas you have for the Transportation Industry

  2. Richard Carnley Says:

    Company need to let drivers have more input. they are the ones out there every day but no one hears to the driver I know i run over the road for 25 year with 2 and a half million mile accident free

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