Freeport’s safety journey began with a major injury in 2015.
“We had to lay it all out on the table, and that meant getting in front of the person who was injured, getting in front of their mom,” said Chris Inkster.
Since then, he has been implementing monthly town halls where he talks about safety stats but also puts a family feel on the conversation.
“I wanted them to know that the decisions we make as a group have consequences. We have to believe that all accidents are preventable.”