Ray Prest

Director of Marketing

Ray Prest

Ray Prest has spent the last two decades developing safety-related resources for SafeStart to inform safety professionals and educate workers about injury prevention for themselves and their families.

His extensive background in safety marketing gives him the unique ability to effectively communicate the critically important safety knowledge he has learned from a wide range of expert sources—including some of the best safety consultants in the world, numerous safety managers, trainers, product developers and the staff at SafeStart.

Ray’s passion for safety awareness is evident in SafeStart marketing projects, and it’s the reason he drives market-leading safety research and contributes as a regular columnist in Safety Decisions magazine.


Ray, this article is one of the reasons CACD thinks so highly of your work and company.

Jenny Edwards
Process Safety Manager, Shepherd Widnes Ltd (UK)

Top Articles

Safety Culture’s Ink Blot Test

Construction Safety in the Atypical Wake of Worker Turnover

The Hidden Connection Between Electrical Safety and Rushing

Looking to the Sky for Training and Managing Human Factors in Transportation

Counting on Complacency in HazCom

On Route to Safe Material Handling

Tag In Supervisors on Lockout/Tagout Training

The Supervisor’s Crucial Role in Safety Performance

The Case For A Safety-Coaching Model

The Supervisor Safety Circus

Taking Care of the Safety Professional

Safer in Numbers: Team, Peer, and Personal Safety Improvements

Safety’s Moneyball Moment

A Culture of Champions

Balancing Your Investment in Slip, Trip and Fall Prevention

Trucking Tired Workers to Safety

Putting the Personal in Protective Equipment

Safety Training Does a Lot More Than Prevent Injuries

Locking Out Decision Fatigue

Giving Safety a Common Language

Complacency Deserves a Place on OSHA’s Top 10


Blog Posts

The Value of Leading Indicators in Safety

Connecting the Safety Dots Between Compliance and Culture

Using Safety Training to Build Organizational Consensus