Past Webinars

Destination Home: The Real Reasons We Practice Safety

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Speakers: Casey Abel, Cadrien Livingston

Session Description

Casey Abel and Cadrien Livingston go to work each day to make sure their coworkers at Viterra can go home to their families each night. Livingston lost her father in a grain bin accident. Abel has been working in this industry for more than a decade.  In this positive and empowering webinar, the safety professionals will share how they were able to turn tragedies into opportunities—and they just might inspire you to do the same.  

Destination Home, launched in the summer of 2021 brought team members from across the organization together with one purpose—to make it home at the end of each work day. The campaign resulted in a considerable drop in serious incidents.  

Meet The Speakers

Casey Abel

Regional Safety Manager


Abel is  regional safety manager for Viterra in Saginaw, Texas. A GEAPS member since 2019, he’s been involved with GEAPS since his first GEAPS Exchange in 2010 and continued his involvement through participation as a Director on the International Board, and president and founding member of the GEAPS Lonestar Chapter.  He is passionate about safety and as been a key contributor to his organizations “Destination Home” campaign, a campaign promoting the heart of why we practice safety.

Cadrien Livingston

Regional Safety Manager


Cadrien Livingston is a regional safety manager for Viterra. She manages 20 grain elevator locations for safety support in her region. Before coming to Viterra, she worked as a safety consultant for an insurance broker for three years. There she had the opportunity to help more than 116 clients with their own safety programs. Livingston has a personal story tying her to safety and recently has found that emergency response has become a big passion for her as it is the key to preventing and being proactive to helping prevent tragedy at a workplace.

In Cadrien’s spare time, she manages a ranch with her mom near O’Neill, Nebraska while living in Hubbard, Nebraska on five acres of land. She enjoys kayaking on the lake across the road from her house and riding horses when she’s not busy traveling to her locations surrounding Nebraska. Livingston serves as president of Kids Chance of Nebraska, a nonprofit for kids who have lost parents in workplace accidents. She also serves as treasurer on her local town committee. She aspires to continue telling her safety story if only to save just one life.