Safety at the Core of Who We Are


At The Heico Companies, the health and safety of its employees are its most important responsibility. That’s why safety is a preeminent core value for the company – and why the second episode of The Heico Companies podcast centered around this commitment.

Host Madi Dixon, Manager, Strategic Partner Development & CSR for The Heico Companies, was joined by the organization’s number one expert on Safety, Dave Roberts, Vice President, Environmental Health & Safety.

To begin, Dixon shares a story of visiting the jobsite of a company under The Heico Companies’ umbrella. Roberts was there, as well, and went above and beyond to ensure safety by literally getting on the ground to inspect a connection for a key piece of equipment. That attention to detail is critical to a lasting culture of safety, which goes well beyond a simple following of safety rules.

In this podcast Roberts discusses safety at The Heico Companies, what it takes to successfully build a culture of safety, how technology and lean manufacturing align with safety, and how an organization can go about putting a commitment to safety into practice.

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