John Toomey is an international speaker, writer, and thought leader. He has a background in high performance roles in professional sport, including seven Australian Rules Football clubs, and culture development roles in two A league soccer clubs, and as coach of an Olympic gold medalist. He holds a physical education (PE) degree from Deakin University, […]
Category: Faces of EHS
Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) initiatives are only as strong as the people behind them. Meet some of the professionals who work hard every day to keep their organizations safe, healthy, productive, and compliant.
For the majority of her career, Helen Harris worked in the oil and gas industry, primarily for wellhead manufacturing and service companies. In 2012 while working for General Electric, she met Todd Conklin and was introduced to Human and Organizational Performance (HOP), kicking off her continuous exploration of thought leadership in HOP and reliability and […]
Linden Terpstra is an accomplished environmental, health, and safety (EHS) professional and passionate entrepreneur with expertise across the EHS world. After building a strong foundation in consulting, Linden later transitioned to experience life in industry, gaining valuable insights into electronics manufacturing and the budding battery recycling industries. Linden currently serves as the founder and CEO […]
John McHugh’s journey began over three decades ago in the construction industry, where he was immersed in the world of constructing scenery for the Hollywood film industry. Throughout his career, he contributed to the production of numerous feature films, including The Fugitive, Home Alone 1, 2, and 3, as well as U.S. Marshals, among many […]
Cindi Nandlal’s career spans 23 years in the energy and non-energy industries. During that period, her roles expanded beyond health, safety, security, and environment (HSSE) to include a non-executive board of director for three subsidiary companies in a conglomerate. Her passion for safety and process safety is fueled by experiences with fatalities and significant events. […]
Waldorf Nelson originally started his career in construction in 2002 as a structural ironworker with Local Union 263 in the DFW. He stayed there for 14 years, and after seeing several senseless injuries over time, the safety career path began to grab his attention. He was approached to take on the safety manager role while […]
For our latest Faces of EHS profile, we sat down with Barry Nelson of FactorLab to discuss supporting the EHS professional, the rapidly approaching changes in safety technology, and the importance of showing, not telling, when it comes to valuing safety.
For our latest Faces of EHS profile, we sat down with Clint Fritz to discuss how he got his start in the industry, musculoskeletal disorders, and the importance of effective training.
For our latest Faces of EHS profile, we sat down with Scott Selasky to discuss how he got his start in the industry, learning from new technology, and updating safety standards. Tune in to hear his insights.
Dr. John Howard was trained as a physician in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, and occupational medicine and worked in clinical medicine until 1991. From 1991 to 2002, he served as the Chief of the Division of Occupational Safety and Health in the State of California’s Labor and Workforce Development Agency. In 2002, Dr. Howard was […]