Everyone is entitled to their kneejerk reaction and comments to solve safety problems. Here are mine. Your story about compliance is neither kneejerk nor nonsensical. It’s the truth and it’s a great start if we can get our fellow companies to embrace it. I agree that climbers are not tying off because they become COMPLACENT as we all are at times no matter how much training we’ve had and no matter how grave we realize the consequences can be. In 2007 I had to take a driver’s education program to get points shaved off of my license. The program worked and I realized the consequences. But three months later I found myself doing the same thing which I was ticketed for. If I had someone telling me to Check Your Six I would have been looking to see if I was speeding and would have slowed down. It’s no different than working on a tower. I think it is a great idea if companies use this method, not to make sure that OSHA doesn’t grab your ass, but to make sure that velocity doesn’t.