Sophisticated Yet Humble
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I teach leaders to build checking in with their teams and assessing how everyone is responding to conditions/making adjustments into their normal workflow. Waiting for an obvious presentation of symptoms when ongoing assessment and adjustment is an option is big dumb. Done well, nobody needs to know that's what you're up to.
Yes... for on-scene bosses, continual awareness of safety issues is a biggy. That definitely includes hypothermia and heat stress.