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 Safety Products  Tailgate Topics IHDWXUHV 10 Transitioning to FR Clothing Tacoma Power safety leaders learned that the creation, implementation and oversight of an FR clothing program requires a great deal of planning, education and attention to detail. 16 Leadership Skill Set 5: Social Persuasion Social persuasion is a science as well as an art that, when mastered, enables you to positively infl uence the people around you, helping to create a safer work environment. 24 Safety Management During Change Change can lead to distractions and injuries, but LG&E and KU COO Paul Th ompson is committed to safety as an operational priority and a core business value. 28 Spice It Up! Turn your safety presentations from bland to grand with these practical tips and techniques. 32 The Singing Lineman Brandon Wylie’s song “Highline Cowboy” blends his love of line work with his passion for music, and celebrates those who face life-threatening risks to keep the lights on.

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