EHS Management

Women in Safety Week: A Review

As EHSDA’s Women in Safety Week wraps up, let’s recap the various content offerings that became available throughout the week. They highlighted the important role that women play in workplace safety today and in the future. Special thanks to KPA for sponsoring the week.

Monday

Back to Basics | Women in EHS 

Back to Basics is a weekly feature that highlights important but possibly overlooked information that any EHS professional should know. This week, we examine the issues that women face in EHS workplaces. 

Read the article here.

Tuesday

EHS on Tap Podcast | Understanding Safety Data and How to Use It

On episode 101 of EHS On Tap, Jade Brainard, product director at KPA, talks about understanding safety data.

Listen here.

Wednesday

Ask the Expert Feature Article | Women in Safety

In our latest installment of Ask the Expert, we reached out to Christina Roll, MS, CIH, CSP, who is the elected volunteer leader of the Women In Safety Excellence group at the American Society of Safety Professionals, and an active member of the Women in Industrial Hygiene committee at the American Industrial Hygiene Association. We asked her a series of questions regarding women’s issues in the field of EHS.

Read the article here.

Thursday

“Faces of EHS” Feature Interview | Brandi Bossle on Strong Leadership and the Value of Volunteering

For our latest Faces of EHS profile, we connected with Brandy Bossle, a corporate environmental and safety manager at Kyocera AVX Components Corporation, to discuss her biggest influences, the importance of good management, and the value of volunteering. For Women in Safety Week, she also provided insight into an issue that women face in the workplace in regard to PPE.

Read the article here

Friday

Infographic | Safety and the Supervisor

Gender equality in EHS is becoming a greater topic of conversation among safety professionals, and it is important for leaders to understand the legitimate issues that women face in EHS work environments. Here’s what you need to know about women’s issues in EHS.

Read the infographic here.