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I’m currently reading a book that connects success and thought processes, emphasizing learning and our attitude towards it. Without delving into the psychology of the book, I see a strong correlation between the successes defined in the book and our perception of safety. One frame of mind is, “I don’t have any accidents, so I must be safe.” The other is, “It’s a challenging world out there. How can I be safer?” In writing these tidbits, I try to encourage the second mindset. While being and behaving safely is critical, it is also vital that we continue to learn and integrate new safety standards in our activities. We always need to continue learning how to…

Be Safe!

Keith Steele