Jack Bracken is the Research Safety Training Manager at UCLA EH&S, where he takes a proactive approach to education and community building among researchers. He does this by creating positive incentives for engaging with advanced safety training, integrating it into everyday activities, and sharing lessons learned with peers. His wealth of experience has taught him that safety culture thrives most when it is actively discussed in the workplace, and not just during training or when the safety professionals visit. Jack worked 7 years in the pharmaceutical industry before doing his graduate studies as an organic synthetic chemist at UCLA. He has been in service with EH&S since 2016. In his spare time, Jack tutors high school and college students in chemical and biological sciences, plays with his two cats, and messes around in his home music studio.