Luis Sanchez


Vice President, Executive Consultant

  • Large-scale culture change
  • Leadership development
  • Serious injury and fatality prevention programs
  • Design and implementation of behavior-based safety processes and systems
For more than two decades, Luis has been leading large-scale culture change initiatives. He works with global clients to redefine the goal of their safety systems so that the focus is on exposure identification and control. He has worked across a wide variety of industries and is currently aligned with projects in construction, transportation, and utilities.
Luis has extensive experience in all areas of organizational functioning, including design and development and implementation and evaluation of performance improvement interventions at every organizational level to support stronger safety outcomes. A skilled and passionate educator, he coaches and facilitates workshops on the prevention of serious injury and fatality, the concepts of BAPP® (Behavior Accident Prevention Process) technology, Exposure Reduction Process, and SafeAlign® Safety Leadership System, which targets improvements on transformational leadership skills and safety best practices for leaders.
In addition, he also has extensive experience implementing technical, professional, and organizational development solutions, including competency performance processes.
As a consultant, he has helped clients prevent catastrophic incidents, such as fires, explosions, and chemical releases. He has also been an entrepreneur, establishing training organizations in Mexico and Brazil. He has 12 years of experience in the automotive manufacturing industry, where he was a foundry plant manager, and nine years of experience as a corporate performance improvement consultant, facilitator, and instructional system designer (GM pro trainer), servicing several major manufacturing companies.
He holds degrees from Harvard Business School, the Advanced Management Program; a doctorate in mechanical engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; a Doctor of Science degree in heat transfer engineering, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London University; and a Bachelor of Science degree in energy engineering, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico.