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Around Balmert Consulting, we're convinced the principal value we bring our clients and friends is our "Darn Good Thinking" - the kind of thinking that helps them make a difference.  That starts with what’s found in the chapters of Alive And Well At The End Of The Day. But it doesn’t stop there, as there are other ways to learn what we’re thinking.

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For the last fifteen years, we’ve published our Managing Safety Performance Newsletter to a loyal following of industrial leaders across the globe. It’s been our privilege – and pleasure – to share our take on important issues that bear on safety leadership. We’d like to think in its own small way, the Newsletter has made a contribution to making the world a safer place to work. As long as we have things to say, we’ll keep writing the Newsletter.

On the matter of safety meetings, we’ve decided to offer some help. Practical help. In the form of what we’re calling the Managing Safety Performance Newsflash. It’s a simple, one page communique on a subject that we think any leader can use in a discussion with followers. We do mean any leader and any crew, whether it’s the Front Line Leader and crew gathered around the tailgate of a pickup, or the Site Leader and the leadership team, gathered around the table in a conference room

Properly executed, those safety conversations can make a difference. Good execution starts with having a good topic. We’re fortunate: in our travels we get to see and learn about plenty of topics that make for great safety conversations.

On the matter of safety meetings, we’ve decided to offer some help. Practical help. In the form of what we’re calling the Managing Safety Performance Newsflash. It’s a simple, one page communique on a subject that we think any leader can use in a discussion with followers. We do mean any leader and any crew, whether it’s the Front Line Leader and crew gathered around the tailgate of a pickup, or the Site Leader and the leadership team, gathered around the table in a conference room

Properly executed, those safety conversations can make a difference. Good execution starts with having a good topic. We’re fortunate: in our travels we get to see and learn about plenty of topics that make for great safety conversations.

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