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INJAM: It’s Not Just About Me

INJAM: It’s Not Just About Me

Wednesday, Oct. 14, 8:30-9:30 a.m. – Safety 24/7

An accident on or off the job can change many lives in the blink of an eye. Has your past experience or safety "cockiness" ever blinded your better judgment to see and take the proper safety measures to minimize the risks associated with your work or leisure activities?  Have you ever gotten away with some  “close calls” or adopted an attitude that “accidents haven’t happened yet and probably will never happen to me?” If so, Tony Crow has a powerful message that will forever change the way you look at safety again.

Tony Crow with his leader dog, Rudy. Rudy passed away in 2012 after a battle with cancer.

Tony worked for TXU for 26 years, and during this time he attended numerous safety meetings. He heard and knew the list of safety rules.  They were so ingrained that Tony instinctively followed them. They became second nature to him.

But on Feb. 15, 2003, in the blink of an eye, his life forever changed. Tony’s life drastically changed that day, as  well as the lives of his family and friends. In 2007 Tony formed a non-profit company: INJAM—It’s Not Just About Me. He also had a book written in 2012 entitled—Blinded But Now I See, It's Not Just About Me.

Tony has been a featured speaker at National and Regional Conferences all over the United States  and Canada and now shares  his message of INJAM-It’s Not Just About Me—to companies all over the United States.

Make plans to attend Tony's presentation on Safety 24/7 at the 2015 International Lineman's Rodeo & Expo Safety and Training conference at the Overland Park Convention Center, on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 8:30-9:30 a.m.

 

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