About Us

Industrial and construction worksites are busy places, and safety managers are busy people. You have safety regulations to comply with, employees to train, and projects to complete. You don’t have the time every day to sit down and read about new rules and recommendations.

That’s why we created The Safety Brief, a podcast for the busy safety manager who wants to keep up with current safety issues while on the go. Each 3-4-minute episode covers a safety topic that can help you improve your worksite or your next toolbox talk. You’ll get the information you want, fast.

Topics range from OSHA regulations and industry news to new safety technologies and tips for engaging workers. We cover tool safety, chemical spills, hazard labeling, ergonomics, and more.

If you’re wondering where to start, browse our library or try out some of these popular episodes:

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Take it with you! Download it, listen on your way to the jobsite. You can get our new episodes here at our website or find us on iTunes, Stitcher, or SoundCloud. We publish new episodes twice each week.


The Safety Brief podcast is created and sponsored by Creative Safety Supply, a Portland, Oregon-based company that provides workplace safety and Lean manufacturing products and training.

Over the years, Creative Safety Supply has supplied industry leaders such as Boeing, NASA, Coca-Cola, and others with the floor markings, labeling solutions, and safety supplies they need. The company continues to provide businesses with visual and safety tools to make their workplaces safe, efficient, and effective.

Have a topic suggestion? Let us know.

-Dan Clark and The Safety Brief team