Together we can prevent workplace injuries!
About the Author: Mike Sasser spent twelve years working to keep people safe on the job. He started as a safety trainer and worked his way up to corporate-level health and safety management. He saw firsthand how a serious workplace injury affected not only the person injured, but their family, their company, and the people around them. By listening to the people doing the work, Mike implemented safety initiatives workers could understand and have ownership in, thus successfully reducing workplace injuries. He now wants to share that knowledge so you can go to work, get the job done, and go home to your loved ones without getting hurt.
Every year across all industries, millions of people are injured on the job—and thousands of these injuries result in death. But it doesn’t have to be this way…
The Good Hand is a quick, insightful read that examines how an on-the-job injury can change your life—along with the lives of family, friends, and coworkers—and how to prevent it. Whether you’re working in an office or on an oil rig, this book offers an insider’s view of workplace safety that translates to all areas of your life. Written by a former health and safety manager, The Good Hand investigates the causes of a theoretical injury, the sequence of events that led up to it, and the preventative measures that could have been taken. Both employees and management will learn valuable tips about workplace safety, and gain awareness about an issue that affects so many lives each year.
It is no longer acceptable for people to get hurt doing a job. Learn how to prevent workplace incidents with The Good Hand, and don’t let a life-changing injury happen to you!
"Page 36 - The question … Can you begin to see how YOU are not the only one affected? … is a silver bullet. Well done!"
Mr. Warren Hubler, CSP
HSE & T Vice President
Helmerich & Payne International Drilling
"Mike Sasser’s “The Good Hand” is also a good safety read. It has a lot of good safety information written in an easy to read style. It would be helpful for anybody starting a career in a hazardous occupation like construction, oilfield work, manufacturing or maintenance. It could be required reading in a trade school, apprenticeship program, or new supervisor course."
Mr. Jim Maddux, Prior Director of Construction Safety at OSHA
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