WHAT DOES SAFETY MEAN TO ME?
Amanda BurnettAgricultural Technician II - SW Research Ext Center Tribune KS
"Being safe is very important to me because it means that I am able to work with a reduced risk of harm. I enjoy my work and want to continue to be able to do that work. I would also feel extremely grieved if I was the cause of someone else being harmed due to me being unsafe."
Milissa AlexanderOffice Specialist II - Agricultural Research Center Hays firstname.lastname@example.org
"It means preventing getting harmed or bodily damage. By being safe, we are a more productive employee, family member, and citizen."
Chance FiehlerResearch Assistant
"To me, safety is paramount. I believe that as good humans we should value nothing greater than a life. When you adopt this belief, safety becomes a part of your culture both at work and at home. Safety above all else."
Sandra A HoffmanOccup. Health & Safety Dir
Agricultural Experiment Statn
"The future of the safety movement is not so much dependent upon the invention of safety devices as on the improvement of methods of educating people to the ideal of caution and safety."
-Walter Dill Scott, President, Northwestern University (1921)