So You Want to Build a Safety Culture?

For those looking for a good and quick read on safety in the workplace, look no further than the most recent issue of the Petroleum Equipment Institute (PEI) Journal. In it you'll find Pat Karol's article "So You Want to Build a Safety Culture?", highlighting some fundamental but often overlooked steps in creating minimal risk environments.

As EEC's Safety Director, Pat has extensive experience in assessing safety cultures and safety management systems. He spoke at PEI's conference last month, an event that brought together thousands of professionals in the gas station/fuel delivery industry. You can check out his article in the link below.

Karol, Patrick J. "So You Want to Build a Safety Culture?" Petroleum Equipment Institute Journal. 4th Quarter 2016: 50-53. Print.

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