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Forecasting Tomorrow

The Future of Safety Excellence
Narrated by: Neil Leifert
Length: 2 hrs and 45 mins
4 out of 5 stars (19 ratings)

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Is Your Safety Strategy Ready for What's Coming?

The marketplace and allocation of internal resources are both increasingly competitive. Safety strategies of the future must align with evolving business goals. Will your company's safety efforts keep up with the demands of the future? Emerging trends are becoming increasing visible regarding how safety is viewed, thought of, strategically managed, and how progress is measured. Moreover, the cast of characters, the roles they play, and accountability for responsibilities are evolving, all for the better.

The seven predictions found within this book are based on the authors' years of deep experience as trusted safety advisors across all industry sectors. Follow their actionable recommendations to test strategies, then anticipate and adopt superior practices. Tap this vital industry intelligence to create a powerful, sustainable safety culture for your business and turn it into a competitive advantage.

©2015 Shawn M. Galloway and Terry L. Mathis (P)2016 Shawn M. Galloway and Terry L. Mathis

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Forecasting Tomorrow

This was very interesting and enjoyable. Talking about trends and predictions for the future for safety professionals. There were a few eye-opening predictions on how outsourcing might change and I liked hearing the predictions for how the corporate element of the safety industry will evolve. Most interesting to me was a subject avoided in most books on the topic. Which was, were in the industry you might fall with your job. I know many who seem to grow into a position only to transition to another facility or worse have their goals crushed by management who are not on board. A common occurrence at some facilities, unfortunately. This gives me an understanding of why.

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Super happy to hear/read such contemporary work..

Let's hope your predictions stand up mate. This new view is the only way forward and works like this will better enable this change to occur and sustain. Great work...