Video ID: 1552
Odie Espenship, a fighter pilot, talks about the concept of recognizing dangerous behavior in co-workers and calling “knock it off”. Odie and his friend fellow fighter pilot Wes Sharp encourage viewers to speak up and tell co-workers to “keep off the grass” when they witness an unsafe act. Failing to call a "knock it off' peels back the layers of safety. Also discussed is the one-thousand-foot-bubble rule, and lessons learned from the close-call incident. Motivates viewers to take action: "When you see something, say something."
Subjects Covered: Accident Prevention, Accidents - Near Misses, Communicating Safety, Motivational Speakers
Closed Captioning/Subtitles: Yes
Languages Available: English
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