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Favorite Motivational Quote: If you want something, you'll find a way - If not, you'll find an excuse.
Favorite Safety Quote: Don't learn safety by accident!

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All of these are wonderful, may i use them? I am on a mission to be a safety coach, we have to many safety cops thats why it is so hard for us to get the men in the field to get involved in safety.  My favorite of all on list is " Check yourself before you wreck yourself" great for the younger folks.

Thanks, Kelley - these are awesome.

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"it's better to be safe 100 times than to die once"
"it's better to be safe 100 times than to die once"
Tomorrow - Your reward for working safely today!

yeah,that's ture!

Dear All

Mine is:

" Safety !!! A commitment to lead happy life...”

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Two of my favorite all-time quotes are, "Without integrity - nothing works" and "At 30,000 feet there are no Do-overs".
Safety is never having to say you're sorry... in court!
I love this!!

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