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I can tell you that our folks were truly captivated by your presentation and it has definitely stuck with them, from both the accident to the toll on each of you and your family members to each person’s ability to prevent an injury/death.  It’s all most of our folks could talk about today.  ...  I know that this incident is certainly nothing that either of you would have wanted in your lives, but your tragedy has given our folks something to keep in the back of their minds and continually helps them improve upon our collective safety culture at Suez Water.  …  On behalf of the Suez Water staff, a truly heartfelt thank you to two wonderful people and for your outstanding presentation and your commitment to helping others prevent similar tragedies.  You both are truly AWESOME!!  
- Thomas Moritz, Suez Water

He is the most powerful speaker I have ever seen, his communication technique is extremely simple and the most powerful known to man - it is from the heart. He is able to transport his audience to the place and moment of his accident. Then he looks at all the actions that could have prevented the incident but it did not happen. He also talks about the impact of the incident to everyone around him and those at the helm of the organization. He does a fantastic job and the people react to his speech in ways that I've never seen before (some cry, others even faint), but everyone reflects on the subject.
- Edu Araujo, Celanese

It has left the most lasting impression that I can believe is possible, and it surely will save further people from serious injury or death as it will have done in the past since his campaign started. Well done for finding him and for bringing him to AT Plastics.
- Nigel Forge, AT Plastics

Brad spoke at our last manager meeting and he is terrific! When he tells his story it gives you goose bumps and a new resolve for safety! Everyone... deserves to see Brad tell his story... they will definitely consider the consequences the next time they put their safety at risk.
- Paul Sartin, Amcor

Brad shares a very tragic and emotional story of his safety accident that always leaves my students wanting to do their very best to protect themselves and their co-workers from accidents. To remove an arm during his presentation gets everyone's attention very quickly.
- Rudy Puzey, BYU-I Construction Management Department