Mathis has been a regular contributor to EHS Today for several years, often garnering more comments and kudos from readers than any other author, including EHS Today editors.
The Woodlands, TX (PRWEB) June 23, 2015
Terry L. Mathis, founder and CEO of ProAct Safety, a recognized pioneer of leadership and safety excellence strategies, was named one of “The 50 People Who Most Influenced EHS in 2014 – 2015” by EHS Today magazine. It is the fourth consecutive year Mathis has been included on the magazine's annual list.
"Mathis has been a regular contributor to EHS Today for several years, often garnering more comments and kudos from readers than any other author, including EHS Today editors," said Sandy Smith, editor-in-chief.
Mathis is an internationally recognized expert of safety culture and performance excellence. "I'm honored to receive this recognition and pleased I can help companies and their safety professionals through the articles in EHS Today," Mathis said. "It's important to get the word out that safety is no longer just about quotas and incentives. It's about using proven strategies to create a culture that supports the entire organization and, in the process, achieves a superior level of safety. Thank you to EHS Today for making this crucial information available to those who need it."
About Terry L. Mathis
Mathis, ProAct Safety's founder and CEO, is known for dynamic presentations and writing in the fields of behavioral and cultural safety, leadership, and operational performance. He is a regular speaker at American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) and National Safety Council (NSC) annual events, as well as company and industry conferences. He has been a frequent contributor to industry magazines for more than 15 years and is coauthor of STEPS to Safety Culture ExcellenceSM (WILEY, 2013). Learn more about him at http://www.TerryLMathis.com.
About ProAct Safety
ProAct Safety is a global safety culture excellence consultancy. The company has completed more than 2,000 successful safety strategy, leadership, culture and performance projects in nearly every major industry worldwide, including Fortune 500 firms. Learn more at http://www.ProActSafety.com.