Brugg Pipesystems, LLC
1801 Parrish Drive
US-Rome, Georgia 30161
phone + 1 706 314 2991
fax + 1 706 235 6035
A company of the BRUGG Group
No pipe system does it better than FLEXWELL-HL when it comes to
emergency generator piping. The inherent flexibility of the corrugated
double-wall stainless steel pipe allows for long runs without welds or
couplings. This pipe can run from tank to generator without transitions or
Give BRUGG Pipesystems a call and find out how your generator system
can benefit from FLEXWELL-HL. Call 706.346.0972
*Compliant with the proposed RP1000 Recommended Practices.
The Pipe for Generator Systems
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• React with urgency after an incident or concern is
reported. Be involved in the investigation, and follow up on
• Frequently recognize accomplishments and desired
behaviors. Don’t wait until the end of the month or quarter
to see the metrics. The best recognition is frequent, soon
• Engage employees and functional leaders in human
resources and other areas in safety conversations. Simply
asking their concerns and offering to help sends a strong
message of caring.
Being visible and willing to participate sends strong nonverbal messages that safety is important to leaders personally and
to organizations. Any participation, especially recognizing effort
and accomplishments, is a low-cost, high-impact activity.
3. Message Frequently
Leaders’ messages should be frequent, and they should
emphasize the positive in safety. Employees often view safety
negatively. If a message stresses only compliance and what
happens when compliance is not achieved, the messenge will
reach only a minimum standard.
“OK, how do I do that?” you ask.
• Replace the word “safety” with operational terms. Rather
than saying, “Be safe,” say, “Be sure you are protecting your
eyes before walking out on the ;oor.”
• Prohibit clichés. “It could have been worse,” “just use
common sense” and “accidents happen” all say no one can
do anything about it.
• Use handwritten notes. They are personal and in;uential
and show a leader’s commitment.
You can’t over-communicate a message that is right, positive
and supports leadership’s vision.
4. Make Safety Personal
Tell a story. People relate to stories, and employees relate
to stories about safety at home and work. Everyone has stories
(the sequence of events and experiences that shape what and