Author Adam Wolfe’s new book is a personal reflection on his professional battle to eradicate unsafe behavior from the workplace. “Working and Living Injury-Free: The Battle to Eradicate Unsafe Behavior from the Workplace” is an invaluable resource for management professionals seeking to eliminate preventable accidents and injuries in their factories and plants. And is a detailed and informative safety guide for all managers, administrators, and employees working in industrial settings. This book is his story, and documents how he helped bring a manufacturing facility to the top in their health and safety performance, and how he helped to reduce human injuries and saved lives. The book can also be used as a guide to identify concepts that can help drive and lead change, such as being creative, being innovative, being resilient, and using strategic thinking in the workplace.
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Adam Wolfe, an entrepreneur who has held many positions, including a decade with the US Treasury Department and a decade in the food manufacturing industry in addition to owning and operating his own small businesses, currently resides in the Intermountain West with his wife, Suzanne, “Working and Living Injury Free—The Battle to Eradicate Unsafe Behavior from the Workplace” is the story of one safety professional, who stepped into the role with no such designation behind his name, nor with any education or experience in the health and safety field. However, with determination and common sense, and with a passion for the health and safety of the employees he served, he took a manufacturing plant from the bottom pit of safety performance, to number two in the organization both globally and in North America. His work became an organizational standard and a best in class safety strategy emulated by other manufacturing facilities in the company. He helped to achieve safety success and reduced human injuries on a stellar level and became a recognized safety leader in the organization.