Judy Agnew, Ph.D.


Judy Agnew, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Safety Solutions,
is a recognized thought leader in the field of behavior-based safety, safety leadership, safety culture, and performance management. She is an expert consultant who works with clients to create behavioral interventions that ensure organizations are safe by design. As Senior Vice President of Safety Solutions at Aubrey Daniels International (ADI), Judy partners with clients to create behavior-based interventions that use positive, practical approaches grounded in the science of behavior and engineered to ensure long-term sustainability.

Judy has presented at major safety conferences, including the American Society of Safety Engineers, National Safety Council and Behavioral Safety Now, as well as other key corporate events. She is frequently interviewed for national and trade publications and has been featured in Occupational Health and Safety and Industrial Hygiene News to name a few. She is the author of two highly regarded safety books, Removing Obstacles to Safety (with Gail Snyder) and Safe by Accident? Take the Luck out of Safety: Leadership Practices that Build a Sustainable Safety Culture (with Aubrey Daniels), with  a third book to be released in Spring 2016 entitled A Supervisor’s Guide to (Safety) Leadership: Preventing Injury in the Workplace. Judy is also the recipient of 2011 Outstanding Contribution Award from The Organizational Behavior Management Network, which recognizes her significant contributions to the field of behavior analysis.

More From Judy

Behavior-Based Safety Leadership 
Avoid Being Safe by Accident 

Discretionary Effort
Relationships and Safety: What's the Link? 


7 Keys for Creating A Safety Culture

Managing Millennials
Can Science Help? 



Recent Media

EHS, February 2013
Seton's Job Safety, January 2013
E&P, Internet Oil Drum, February 2011
Safe Supervisor, December 2012
Metal Center News, January 2011
First Person, November 2010
Training Magazine, October 2010


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