With this downloadable PDF of 14 columns from author and speaker Terry L. Mathis, EHSToday.com launches its first collection of columns.
In February 2012, Terry L. Mathis began contributing to EHS Today’s Managing Safety column. Readers demanded more columns from Terry, and he began contributing monthly. Soon, the safety management column belonged to Terry and the Safety and Performance Excellence with Terry L. Mathis column was born.
This baker’s dozen (plus one) of Terry’s 2015 Safety and Performance Excellence columns offer a roadmap of the right things to do to create safety excellence at your company. It’s not an easy journey, as Terry points out, but it is a valuable one.
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Here’s a little bit about Terry L. Mathis: He is the founder and CEO of ProAct Safety, an international safety and performance excellence firm. He is known for his dynamic writing and presentations in the fields of behavioral and cultural safety, leadership and operational performance.
Terry is a veteran of over 1,600 safety, culture and performance improvement projects in 39 countries and 21 languages, and has personally assisted organizations such as Georgia-Pacific, AstraZeneca, Wrigley, ALCOA and many others to achieve excellence.
EHS Today has listed Terry four consecutive times as one of 'The 50 People Who Most Influenced EHS.” SlipNOT's safety blog claims he "sets a new standard for safety success in the corporate world." Terry has presented over 40 webinars and podcasts, co-authored two books, published more than 45 articles and spoken at hundreds of private and public events.
Here is the Table of Contents for the Safety and Performance Excellence with Terry L. Mathis compilation:
- When Organizations Outgrow Their Safety Programs
- The Complacency Dilemma
- Safety and Motivation
- Safety Culture and Social Media
- Fear: The Enemy of Safety Excellence
- The Customers of Safety
- The New Safety Strategy: Quit Preventing Accidents and Start Creating Value
- The Four Core Components of Safety Excellence
- Questioning the Key Pieces of Safety Strategy
- Assessment: The Second Element of Safety Excellence
- Imitation Can Be Suicide
- The Generational Cliff
- Coaching: The Third Component of Safety Excellence
- Engagement: The Fourth Component of Safety Excellence
Sneak Peak at the New Book from Terry L. Mathis and Shawn M. Galloway: Inside Strategy – A Glimpse at the Table of Contents and Introduction.