If you are a Manager or Organiser of an Event you must recognize that delegating certain duties to others does not mean that you are relieved from the responsibility of that duty. Continuous over-site of certain activities may not be feasible but, regular checks regarding the standards, processes, procedures, and compliance is needed. Reviews with employees, supervisors, and safety personnel should be regularly conducted to ensure that an appropriate belief system exists, that positive attitudes towards compliance with the standards is being displayed and that general safety behaviors are being conducted even when other people are not looking.If you are a Safety Nazi (or know one) you should recognize that unless you give up this method of influence this will not be a suitable or lasting profession for you. Safety Professionals Care about people which extends to organizations and the public in general. That Care is displayed in ways that protects everyone’s dignity and value as an individual yet enforcing the requirements of the standards. There are only a fraction of a fraction of people who wake up each day with the intent of doing harm to themselves, their organization or the public. They need to be dealt with but, not at the expense of creating a fear culture for the entire organization. Teaching others including employees but, also management and supervisors about their roles and responsibilities is essential to achieving a positive safety culture. As a Safety Leaders (not a Safety Nazis) our staff lead without authority, influence others to do the right things and are not afraid to hold crucial confrontation when things go wrong.