By Tania Clarke | October 21st, 2016 Top 20 Safety Quotes To Improve Your Safety Culture Industry Trends | Safety Reading Time: < 1 Good quotes are the kind that inspire us to do better. The safety industry is a tough gig. So we thought you might need some extra inspiration to turn to on a bad day. Relevant quotes are a great way to communicate key safety concepts and make sure your team is always on the lookout for potential safety issues. Illustrate your quotes and bring them to life. Display them around your workplace, or add them to internal newsletters. Make an impact and get your point across. Your workplace might be better off for it. Without further ado, build a strong safety culture with these nuggets of wisdom we’ve sought out. 8 Leadership Strategies For Uncertain Times from SafetyCulture Every accident is a notice that something is wrong with men, methods, or material — investigate — then act. – Unknown - click to tweet One earnest worker can do more by personal suggestion to prevent accidents than a carload of safety signs. -Making Paper - click to tweet Safety saves sickness, suffering, sadness. -Safety saying, circa early 1900s - click to tweet “Never stop investing … never stop learning” – Captain Sully, at the SafetyCulture Virtual Summit Safety brings first aid to the uninjured. -F.S. Hughes - click to tweet You don’t need to know the whole alphabet of Safety. The a, b, c of it will save you if you follow it: Always Be Careful. – Colorado School of Mines Magazine - click to tweet Do not think because an accident hasn’t happened to you that it can’t happen. – Safety saying, circa early 1900s - click to tweet “Safety has to be everyone’s responsibility… everyone needs to know that they are empowered to speak up if there’s an issue. – Captain Scott Kelly Carefulness costs you nothing. Carelessness may cost you your life. – Safety saying, circa early 1900s - click to tweet For safety is not a gadget but a state of mind. – Eleanor Everet - click to tweet An incident is just the tip of the iceberg, a sign of a much larger problem below the surface. – Don Brown - click to tweet Prepare and prevent, don’t repair and repent. – Author unknown - click to tweet Measuring performance by the numbers of injuries you have is liked measuring parenting by the number of smacks you give. – Dr. Robert Long - click to tweet 8 Leadership Strategies For Uncertain Times from SafetyCulture If you put good people in bad systems, you get bad results. You have to water the flowers you want to grow. – Stephen Covey - click to tweet A chain is only as long as the weakest link. – Unknown - click to tweet Shortcuts cut life short. – Unknown - click to tweet You are your last line of defense in safety. It boils down to you. – Kina Repp - click to tweet Luck runs out but safety is good for life. – Author unknown - click to tweet Working safely may get old, but so do those who practice it. – Author unknown - click to tweet Safety isn’t expensive, it’s priceless. – Author unknown - click to tweet It takes leadership to improve safety. – Jackie Stewart - click to tweet 8 Leadership Strategies For Uncertain Times from SafetyCulture Quotes pick us up when we’re feeling unmotivated and can be a great tool to help keep your employees focused on safety. Ultimately, the easiest way to keep your team safe is to make safety everybody’s business. Increase visibility across your team by signing up for free with iAuditor. Related Posts 17 Workers Who Failed At Workplace Safety The Fatal Four in Construction Safety [Infographic] Medical Inspection Checklists: protecting patient safety The Top 5 Advantages Of Being On The Cutting Edge Of Technology In The Construction Industry 9/10 Construction Sites Breaching Safety Rules Important Notice The information contained in this article is general in nature and you should consider whether the information is appropriate to your specific needs. Legal and other matters referred to in this article are based on our interpretation of laws existing at the time and should not be relied on in place of professional advice. We are not responsible for the content of any site owned by a third party that may be linked to this article. SafetyCulture disclaims all liability (except for any liability which by law cannot be excluded) for any error, inaccuracy, or omission from the information contained in this article, any site linked to this article, and any loss or damage suffered by any person directly or indirectly through relying on this information.