|Presentation Abstract||Can you see it? It’s right there…staring you right in the face!
What’s stopping you from achieving a Culture of ZERO? Let’s have an open discussion on what’s holding us back. You might be surprised to find out that it is us…yes… us! Our Culture which creates our belief structure which forms our attitudes and opinions which influence our actions and behaviors out in the field and in the Board Room as well. What can we do about it….Join us to find out!
||Eagle Mine Safety is and has been a recognized leader in the Mine Safety and Health field since September 2001. It’s Owner & President, Steven D. Sandbrook, CMSP, has over 40 years of service and experience in the Mining Industry as a Safety Professional and has dedicated his life to enhancing the protection of people, property and the environment through leadership and understanding.|
Steven D. Sandbrook, CMSP
Steve is the President and Owner of Eagle Mine Safety, a consulting firm that specializes in Surface and Underground Mine Safety along with serving its’ allied industries such as Hot-Mix Asphalt, Ready-Mix Concrete, Paver / Block Production, Portland Cement Production & Road Construction. Steve is also a degree graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania in Mine Safety Management and a Certified Mine Safety Professional. With 40 years of experience in Mine Safety Management, Eagle Mine Safety provides Safety Training, Operational Audits, Industrial Hygiene Surveys, Perception Studies, Change Management, Program Development, Citation Litigation & Expert Witness Testimony and more for his clients. Eagle Mine Safety is considered one of the most dynamic Mine Safety consulting firms in the United States based on his approach and problem solving techniques. Steve’s professional foundation is based on “Personal Pride, Professional Morals & Commitment to Excellence” and guarantees’ positive results no matter what the need may be.
Steve’s contact information:
Cell 24/7: (610) 730-2511
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Steve as always did a good job of presenting. The examples he used were real and applied to mining safety.