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ORM: Occasional Risk Mismanagement 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 mankinds 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…
…theres something coming up behind us…
…or waiting to fall on us…
… or to jump out and bite us.
We dont 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 were traveling…
…when were playing…
… when were do-it-yourself-ing.
Dont take your safety for granted…
…even if youve done a job a thousand times before…
Accidents happen when we least expect them…
…when we push the envelope…
…when we exceed design limitations…
…disregard procedures and safeguards…
…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 cant ignore…
Safety isnt something to joke around about.
Dont be nuts... be safe.
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