Are we known for our character? Are we recognized for our safety leadership and example? Can others count on us? I could continue asking questions, but I think these three give us enough for this morning’s safety blurb. It supports the others I’ve written this week; take care of ourselves first and then we’re better equipped to take care of others.
As we continue our safety journey, let’s be certain NOT TO GO IT ALONE. We are a part of a team, unit, group, church, or family and as a part of something bigger than ourselves we have responsibilities to others. That’s why we have to take such good care of ourselves.
Remember, safety doesn’t happen by chance – it requires efforts and actions today, right now and in every moment. Thanks for reading, thanks for leading, and thanks for sharing safety with others.
Thanks for the share, PT!