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Improving the Safety Culture

Every facility has a safety story. And every story is different. Safety Stories, a new series from Grainger, takes a look at the history, insights and people that move safety culture.

In this installment, 40-year safety veteran Brad Giles shows us what it takes to improve safety culture in any environment – from the ancient streets of Cairo and the runways of Denver International Airport to the clean-up of the World Trade Center. Brad highlights how improving leadership improves culture; and improving your culture improves safety. 


 

How Do You Talk About Safety Culture?

Grainger is rewriting the conversation in our new white paper, “How We Should Talk About Safety Culture.” This white paper gives safety leaders strategies to make real change. 

 

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Find even more information you can use to help make informed decisions about the regulatory issues you face in your workplace every day. View all Quick Tips Technical Resources at www.grainger.com/quicktips.

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