Alive and Well at the End of the Day
approaches worker safety by addressing the people in the best position to exercise influence—the front-line supervisors in industrial facilities. Written by a former front-line manager, the book clearly discusses the barriers to getting supervisors to lead by example, and to encouraging workers to identify and correct flaws that can lead to tragedy. The lessons contained will help supervisors in a wide variety of industries understand the motivations of their peers, the employees they manage, and the executives who set the broader policies.
Keywords: industrial safety, factory safety, process safety, safety supervisors, safety manager, industrial safety policy, industrial safety practice, worker safety, safe workplace