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The NSC Young Professionals Division created this video series aimed at those new to the safety profession, whether fresh from college or several years into a career. Share on social media to help answer questions common to new safety professionals. Safety experts will dive deeper into specific safety topics as the series continues. Check back to this page over the coming weeks, as new Safety Shorts will be added regularly.
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Michael Wahl shares what gets him up in the morning and drives his enthusiasm for safety.
Safety industry mainstay Teresa Cole discusses the most challenging part of her career.
Safety leader Mike Wahl explains the difference in a worker being safe or not.
Keeping workers safe is a personal mission for Ken Morris. He explains why.
Former bureaucrat Rose McMurray finds her passion in an unexpected place.
Experienced safety leader Teresa Cole explains why she chose a safety career in 1983.
Joanne Marrone-Joyce gives young female safety pros tips on how to survive in a male dominated industry.
Keith Prendergast is proud of the fact that some of his students have helped save lives.
Safety seat technician Amanda Horner reveals her favorite thing about being a safety expert.
Longtime safety professional David Daniels explains why he made safety his career.
Labor leader Travis Parsons wants all management to view safety as their biggest asset.
Former electrician Avi Ganesh explains why he made the career change to safety
Kris Chipman explains why safety is a great field for extroverts, even if you are an accidental safety professional.
Safety instructor Jason Doty doesn't just pass along information to his students.
Union leader Les Johnson wants workers to understand the safe way to do things.
Traffic safety expert Amanda Horner on how to get companies to hear your message.
Joe Grabinski says sincerity and relationship building is paramount in the safety field.
Safety Manager Joe Mokrisky explains how he found his direction in the safety field.
Chris Osterhaut of Crowley Maritime describes what he enjoys most about safety as a career.
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