As the year winds down, we’re taking a look this week at some highlights from 2021. Today, we’re highlighting episodes from our EHS On Tap podcast.
March 8: E65 For International Women’s Day, EHS on Tap Interviews Four WISE Women
To mark International Women’s Day, a global event created to celebrate (and elevate) the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women that also serves as a call to action for accelerating women’s equality, EHS on Tap sat down with four women who have found great success in the environment, health, and safety (EHS) field, each of whom has also been an advisory committee member for the American Society of Safety Professionals’ (ASSP) Women in Safety Excellence (WISE) common interest group. The guests are Adele Abrams, president of the Law Office of Adele L. Abrams PC and Professional Development Chair of the WISE Advisory Committee; Lindsay Bell, a regional health and safety manager at Solvay Novecare and a past membership chair for WISE; Abby Ferri, a senior risk control consultant for Gallagher and the nominations and elections chair of the WISE Advisory Committee; and Camille Oakes, the president and CEO of Better Safety and assistant administrator for WISE.
August 10: E73 Helping Workers Beat the Heat
On episode 73 of EHS On Tap, Dr. Douglas Casa, CEO of the Korey Stringer Institute, and Margaret Morrissey, director of the National Heat Safety Coalition, discuss the need for increased awareness and safety standards around heat illness in industry. This episode is presented as part of EHS Daily Advisor’s activities for National Safety Week.
September 28: E80 Situational Awareness and Workplace Violence Prevention
On episode 80 of EHS On Tap, Doron Horowitz, Vice President Strategic Initiatives, Aegis Security and Investigations, talks about the keys to workplace violence prevention.
October 26: E84 How Technology Can Improve Your ESG Efforts
On episode 84 of EHS On Tap, Natasha Porter, chief customer officer at Benchmark Digital Partners, Jennifer Evans, EHS program manager at The Heico Companies, and Kade Medd, strategic growth manager at Benchmark, talk about how technology is helping businesses with their environment, social, and governance efforts. This episode is sponsored by Benchmark Digital Partners.
November 30: E89 Preventing Hearing Damage in the Workplace
On episode 89 of EHS On Tap, Charles Johnson, president of the International Safety Equipment Association, talks about the dangers of hearing damage in the workplace.