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Apolonia Rockwell is the founder of a company called True Safety. True Safety specializes in safety program management and safety training for companies within the oil and gas industry. The goal of the company is to educate, train, and equip employees with the goal of making the oil and gas industry a safer place to work.
 
Tom Corbett is the main character in a series of Tom Corbett — Space Cadet stories that were depicted in television, radio, books, comic books, comic strips, and other media in the 1950s. The stories followed the adventures of Corbett and other cadets at the Space Academy as they train to become members of the Solar Guard. The action takes place at the Academy in classrooms and bunkrooms, aboard their training ship the rocket cruiser Polaris, and on alien worlds, both within our solar system ...
 
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In this episode, Apolonia and Patrick discuss safety culture and being a more effective leader in the safety industry. Topics that Patrick and Apolonia discuss in this episode: * Patrick’s close to 20 years in the safety industry * How do I keep my workforce engaged? Highly communicative team Leaders ask for input and feedback Employees feel heard …
 
In this episode, Apolonia and George talk about building businesses and teams that are centered around taking care of their people. Topics that George and Apolonia discuss in this episode: * George’s experience as an industry expert His advice for building safety culture * When people don’t feel respected or recognized, that’s when overall morale g…
 
In this episode, Apolonia and Carlos talk about how building relationships should be a priority for safety professionals Topics that Seth and Apolonia discuss in this episode: * The importance of good communication Bring the energy and passion to keep people engaged and connect with people on their level * Bringing connection out into the field How…
 
In this episode, Apolonia and Seth talk about why investing in safety makes sense. Topics that Seth and Apolonia discuss in this episode: * Safety can be expensive, what can you expect to spend while building a safety program? Training, safety meetings, safety management software * What type of costs come with a safety incident? Direct costs like m…
 
In this episode, Apolonia and Seth talk about a healthy, safe work environment being a human right. Topics that Seth and Apolonia discuss in this episode: * The United Nations Human Rights Council determined that having a healthy work environment is officially a human right * Tips if you are concerned about safety in your work environment Bringing …
 
In this episode, Apolonia again talks with Bec Corvin, who is responsible for Safety and Leadership Development at ProTect-All Solutions. A safety and leadership company that specializes in building relationships and reducing risk through strategically developing an organization’s culture, ProTect-All Solutions has locations in Houston and Pittsbur…
 
In this episode, Apolonia again talks with Thomas Carson, President of Sospes. Topics that Tom and Apolonia discuss in this episode: * Mental Health in the workplace and how it relates to recognized hazards * The role of safety software when dealing with incidents, not just with physical hazards but also with mental health/stress hazards * How safe…
 
Hiring has been challenging in this last year, whether because of Covid or just being in a volatile industry. As contracts ebb and flow, so does employment. But having the right team members in place is absolutely critical. In this episode, Apolonia and Seth discuss: * The importance of hiring the right people for the job, how that relates to safet…
 
In this episode, Apolonia talks with Thomas Carson of SOSPES, about how EHS software can best be utilized to organize and document tangible data within safety programs. As well as the importance of marrying organizational procedures and safety culture. In this episode, Thomas Carson and Apolonia discuss: * EHS software dashboards can be utilized to…
 
Apolonia Rockwell and Seth Silvers discuss what is holding safety professionals back from having the best safety program possible and how there is more access than ever to the best resources out there to take safety programs to the next level. To find out more about True Safety Services and get in touch with Apolonia and her team, visit https://www…
 
Apolonia Rockwell and Seth Silvers discuss what problems arise when your safety training isn’t what it should be and how safety training can often be a great way to connect, educate and have fun with your team. To find out more about True Safety Services and get in touch with Apolonia and her team, visit https://www.truesafetyservices.com…
 
In this week’s episode, we talk about what it looks like to build relationships with your field workers. Team culture is one of the most important aspects of creating an effective workplace. To find out more about True Safety Services and get in touch with Apolonia and her team, visit https://www.truesafetyservices.com…
 
In this episode, Apolonia talks with Ed Foulke, president of Fisher Phillips Safety Solutions and former assistant secretary of OSHA. Topics that Ed and Apolonia discuss in this episode: * What it was for Ed to get a call out of the blue from the White House, inviting him to work for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). * Fatal…
 
In this episode, Apolonia talks with Bec Corvin, who is responsible for Safety and Leadership Development at ProTect-All Solutions. A safety and leadership company that specializes in building relationships and reducing risk through strategically developing an organization’s culture, ProTect-All Solutions has locations in Houston and Pittsburgh. To…
 
In this episode, Apolonia talks with Clancy Brown, who is a physical therapist, a co-owner of a gym (Crossfit Endure in Windsor, Colorado), and the owner of a physical therapy and wellness company (Core Concept). Topics that Clancy and Apolonia discuss in this episode: * Clancy’s view that CrossFit can sometimes be more helpful for people than a tr…
 
In this episode, Apolonia talks with Terry L. Mathis, who has had almost three decades of experience in safety, much of it aligned with behavior-based safety. Terry is the founder and CEO of ProAct Safety, an international safety, and performance excellence firm. Topics that Terry and Apolonia discuss in this episode: * A company can spend a boatlo…
 
Could you imagine being the safety manager for a company that is the biggest player in its industry on the entire planet? Well, meet Don Standridge. He’s the Corporate Safety Manager at Mohawk Industries, the largest provider of flooring in the world. Mohawk is a massive company. Could you imagine managing safety across so many departments? In this…
 
Wind turbine installers using virtual reality to simulate jobsite conditions. Fleet safety managers using 360 degree video for hazard awareness training. These are two examples of using technology to improve so-called hard skills. But what about using technology to upgrade your soft skills? In this episode, Apolonia talks with Brian Whitaker, the C…
 
As a safety professional, can you name who in your company lives for NASCAR? Who is a movie fanatic? Who is an NBA superfan? These aren’t just silly questions. According to Stephen Lutes, safety professionals need to know what their colleagues are interested in. Only then, Stephen says, can you genuinely connect safety to how people approach work. …
 
Occasionally when safety professionals repeatedly emphasize safety, some workers resent it. The solution is creating a strong safety culture. As Lance Murray says, culture drives compliance. In this episode, Apolonia Rockwell talks with Lance Murray, a safety professional for over thirty years and now the Construction Safety Manager for Mark Young …
 
In this episode, Apolonia Rockwell and producer Seth Silvers discuss: * How society—thanks to technology and other factors—is constantly changing, and that safety training needs to evolve along with it. * How, as humans, we’re always going to be changing how we consume information. * True Safety Services’ long-term goal of providing more augmented …
 
In this episode, Apolonia Rockwell talks with Ward Johnson. Ward is the Associate Vice President Corporate Director of Risk Control at UFG Insurance. In the commercial property and casualty industry, he’s an expert in worker-s compensation, general liability, property insurance, and risk control management. Topics that Ward and Apolonia discuss in …
 
Who are the leaders in your life? What is it about them that you admire? Why do they stand out as leaders? In this episode, Apolonia Rockwell and producer Seth Silvers do a deep dive into management leadership. Topics discussed in this episode: * What it’s like for Apolonia being a female leader in a field—safety in construction, manufacturing, oil…
 
In this episode, Apolonia Rockwell talks with Blaine J. Hoffmann, host of the SafetyPro Podcast. Topics discussed: * How firefighters are often weighing up risk (e.g. risk to themselves while fighting fires) and reward (e.g. saving someone’s life). * The unfortunate fact that many small businesses simply aren’t aware of fire compliance requirements…
 
In this episode, Apolonia Rockwell talks with Shawn M. Galloway, the President and Chief Operating Officer of ProAct Safety. Shawn is also an author, keynote speaker, consultant, and advisor. Topics that Shawn and Apolonia discuss in this episode: * How Shawn and his business partner started thinking about safety culture in 1986 after the Space Shu…
 
Why do some teams flounder under pressure and other teams flourish? What are some resilience markers and frameworks for teams? Is there any leadership training that can make teams more resilient? In this episode, Apolonia takes a deep dive into the resilience of teams. Topics that Apolonia and her cohost Seth Silvers discuss in this episode: * The …
 
In this episode, Apolonia again talks with John Dunsmoor, the Director of Business Innovation at Red Rocks Community College (RCCC) in Colorado. (This is the second episode of two conversations between John and Apolonia.) Topics that John and Apolonia discuss in this episode: * Training is always transforming. What is currently on the “edge” of tra…
 
In this episode, Apolonia talks with John Dunsmoor, the Director of Business Innovation at Red Rocks Community College (RCCC) in Colorado. Discussed in this episode: * The diffusion of innovations, a theory on rate and spread of new ideas and technology. John and Apolonia link this with changes in safety and culture in the last year or so of the Co…
 
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