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Improve Your Company’s Safety Performance!

 Let Richard Hawk Show Your Employees How to Focus Better and Avoid Mistakes That Can Lead to Accidents

Hawk Can Also Give Your Safety Leaders Practical, Proven Techniques That Will Increase Their Influence

It’s rare to find someone who is both a safety professional and an entertaining speaker and trainer. Richard Hawk has been in the safety and health field for more than 30 years. He spent 15 of them as a safety professional in the nuclear industry and as a safety advisor on constructions projects… | more about Richard

Why Choose Richard

Why Choose Richard Hawk

You’ve got many excellent speakers to choose from. So why should you choose Richard Hawk? What sets him apart from the rest of the field?

When you hire Richard Hawk, you know you’re getting the world’s leading expert on making safety fun.

Why Choose Richard

Richard’s Topics

Richard Hawk's Topics

  • Keynote topics – Book Richard Hawk as your keynote speaker!
  • Workshops – Who do more than 10,000 safety leaders turn to when they need training?
  • Consulting – The tools you need to create a dynamic and vibrant safety culture!

Richard’s Topics

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“You not only lived up to my expectations, you far exceeded them. Practical, insightful, funny and moving. Words can’t even do justice to the information you gave us this week. You have inspired me to inspire others, as well as look at the way I handle things at work and in life. I can truly say that meeting you has altered my life in a way that is hard to explain.”

Jamie Williams, S&W Ready Mix

Latest blog entries

Jul20, 2017

KEEP THE LIGHTS ON! Third Common Mistake Amateur Safety Speakers Make

July 20th, 2017|0 Comments

I've written about this before from a different angle However, I had to include it again with this series of amateur safety speaker mistakes series because it happens so often.   When I have free time [...]

Jun27, 2017

DON’T GO OVERTIME! Second Common Mistake Amateur Safety Speakers Make

June 27th, 2017|0 Comments

(See my last blog for Mistake #1) I would be lying if I told you this mistake doesn't upset me on occasions. It sometimes hurts my performance and can confuse an audience. If you are [...]

May1, 2017

YOU NEED TO USE A MIC! A Common Mistake Amateur Safety Speakers Make

May 1st, 2017|0 Comments

Recently I was setting up for a talk, and the speaker who was ahead of me on the agenda was also in the room preparing for her talk. I brought over the hand-held mic and said: [...]

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