An accident at a workplace has led Candace Carnahan to become a safety advocate. At the age of 21, she lost her leg in this unfortunate incident. On that day, she could have lost her life. Though it was entirely avoidable, just a single step changed her life. After that day, her message of workplace safety has been heard by half a million people.
Candace Carnahan has made sure that her advocacy of personal safety would reach every layer of an organization, from admin to manufacturers, and from operational to production.
She has the ability to thrill the audience with just a microphone and a stock of stories.
According to her, the best way for companies to introduce & promote safety culture should be through stories.
Candace motivates teams to raise their voices and keep an eye on routine decisions because they ultimately affect workers & their families. She can provide both keynotes to customized sessions in the workplace.
She has served in many multi-national corporations from several industries including, manufacturing, healthcare, oil and gas, transportation. Government departments, CEOs, and employees are trained by her to think about safety individually.
Candace links the blend of her story & experiences to the obstruction, issues, and aims of the organizations she is working with, thus convince the audiences to attach care with work. Every time she speaks concluded with her slogan “See Something, Say Something” and leaves all the attendance excited and optimistic for change. Spark the Courage To Care. To act, to be safe.
It was a great pleasure for her to share the stage with other renowned speakers including, Buzz Aldrin, Chris Hadfield, Theo Fleury, and Peter Mansbridge. Motivated by Candace’s story, various companies, non-profit organizations, and governments started working on improved safety records.
Her presentations have influenced many famous clients over the years.