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Brad Livingston was involved in back to back explosions. The contributing factors to these explosions were the same as what exists in EVERY type of company EVERYWHERE - Shortcuts; Complacency; Pride; Bad Attitudes; Improper Perspectives. He explains ‘The Ripple Effect’, including what he went through, and more importantly, what his family went through, in such a way that those in attendance WILL understand why they CANNOT allow these factors to be a part of their workplace.
"You think it can’t happen to you?"
Kayla Rath was nine years old when a decision her dad made at work nearly cost him his life. She tells the riveting story of what it was like to be pulled from school only to be told she may never see her father again. She walks the audience through what it is like for a child when an unsafe decision causes a dad to not come home. From the first night alone, to growing up with a handicapped father, Kayla speaks to the often ignored truth that decisions made on the work site cause a Ripple Effect in the lives of the family.
No matter the industry, no matter the job, from the CEO to the new hire, Kayla tells a story that your employees need to hear. Your decisions affect others. What happens when they affect the ones you love the most? Kayla travels the country with one goal in mind: to inspire workers to make decisions that will bring them home to their families each night.
In all my life I don’t think I ever saw 500 people sit absolutely spellbound and silent as they did in your presentation.
Thanks again for participating in our Safety Excellence Workshop. Your heartfelt story certainly hits home. I have not ever seen some of our “manly” men cry.
Great speaker, very touching. Makes you think a lot more about others, including your family, instead of just yourself.
The most impressive and moving presentation I have ever seen. Something everyone that works industry should see.