The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 3 (July 24, 1926)
Safety And The New Employee
Safety And The New Employee.
Addressing the annual meeting of the Safety Section of the American Railway Association, Mr. E. A. Hadley made a strong plea for the education of the new employee in the rules of safety. “It seems to me” he said, “that it is a matter of the utmost importance that the new employee be educated in the rules of safety. A man who may not be influenced by a plea based on sentiment or by logic, spoken, written or pictured, can be directed in the proper channels of thought by concrete examples. You must be able not only to tell him what he must or must not do, but why.”
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