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"Remember Charlie" takes a look back at the amazing life of Charlie Morecraft, who faced death during a refinery explosion. From an injured employee to his current position, a world's leading presenter, Charlie shows us why we should pay attention to all safety procedures on the job.
Charlie Morecraft has become popular in the OHS world by telling his story. The story begins by explaining how Charlie was working in his plant when he decided to take a shortcut. That one shortcut ended up causing him great pain for years by creating a refinery explosion. Charlie was burned over 50% of his body and ended up spending 5 years in the hospital to help recover. He lost his family as well as everything that he held important.
In "Remember Charlie", Charlie addresses your employees by using the same mindset that they may be in ("Accidents don't happen to me .. they happen to other people"). Charlie will leave your audience on the edge of their seat as he explains exactly why following safety procedures is important in everyday life. He shows that an accident doesn't only effect the victim, but will effect everyone associated with that victim - including their loved ones, employer, and friends. But if you and your employees "Remember Charlie", they will remember why safety procedures are required and why it is important to follow them.
Charlie Morecraft will grab your audience's attention and will show why it is important to follow safety procedures by recalling his life before and after the accident. His courage to admit his fault will give others a new sense of responsibility and will help keep your workplace a safe environment by keeping two words in mind -- "Remember Charlie".
This is the safety video you have heard so much about!