Welcome to Client Side Chats!
Client Side Chats is a series of quick, informal interviews with clients who share their thoughts and stories about addressing specific business, safety, and health challenges. We will also include short clips of our own Boretti, Inc. Safety Professionals.
Following up to Part 1 of Ann Lindsey’s #ClientSideChat, we hear more interactions Ann has had where positive change was made.
Ann presents an experience where an Energy-Based Observation and an approach of genuine concern for safety led to a moment of coaching rather than telling.
Ashok Garlapati, CSP, a Fellow of the ASSP and HSE Consultant for Kuwait Oil Company. Ashok believes in Passion Statements versus mission statements and in this interview, he details how he was one of the first to bring safety to Kuwait.
What can one conversation spark? Joey Garza, Safety Manager for McCabe Hamilton & Renny, aims to tell us how her experiences with open communication lines lead to protective changes.
James presents Anil with a surprise question, “Is business the enemy?” According to Anil, there will always be conflicting objectives, but with safety, he sees something in everyone.
We have Anil Mathur, the Former CEO of Alaska Tanker and the man named the “CEO Who Gets It” by the National Safety Council in ’05
Here we are with the final episode with Ron Gantt! James poses the question of times when quick thinking was necessary.
Last week Ron discussed breaking down the dots; this week it’s how Safety Professionals coordinate and collaborate to connect the dots within an organization.
Our series continues with Ron Gantt as he discusses the Secrets of Safety that non-safety pros don’t tend to realize at first glance.
Can an intervention save time? This is one of the questions that Ron Gantt raises in this #ClientSideChat.
Ron shares one key tip that he has learned throughout the years that could help upcoming safety professionals and how curiosity can put you in the right mindset.
Jayme Hobson, CSP, STS, the Safety Engagement & Operations Manager for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), evaluates her perspective of safety on a macro level.