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.

Faces of EHS: Gabe Encarnacion on Giving EHS a Seat at the Table

Gabe Encarnacion is an environmental, health and safety (EHS) professional who is based in Santa Fe Springs, California. Along with EHS, he has experience in real estate loan securitization and corporate financial planning and analysis in the health insurance industry. Currently, he is the vice president of Bennett-Bowen Lighthouse (BBL Safety), where he is responsible […]

Faces of EHS: Allison Short on Adaptability and Communication

Allison Short began her career in environmental, health and safety (EHS) seven years ago in the utilities industry, supporting onsite power generation service and maintenance. She has experience in electrical safety, DOT regulations, fleet safety, and lone worker safety. She is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), a Certified Instructional Trainer (CIT), and an authorized OSHA […]

Faces of EHS: Dr. Steve Roberts on Leadership and Learning

Steve Roberts, PhD., is truly an expert in the environmental, health, and safety (EHS) field. He specializes in the design, implementation, and evaluation of behavior and people-based safety processes, the assessment of organizational culture to guide safety interventions, and understanding and reducing human error in the workplace. He has written and contributed to many books […]

Faces of EHS: Karen Hamel on Curiosity and Valuing ESG

Karen Hamel is a regulatory expert, trainer, and technical writer with more than 27 years of experience helping EHS professionals meet regulatory requirements and industry standards. She has more than 300 articles published on a variety of topics related to EHS. Karen is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), a Certified Instructional Trainer (CIT), a Walkway […]

Faces of EHS: Christina Roll on the Evolving Aspects of Safety Culture

Christina Roll has nearly two decades of experience in worker safety and health hazard identification, evaluation, mitigation, and control. She has developed a unique skillset in her career, starting with safety, occupational health, and environmental consulting. Then, she moved into safety management and leadership with the U.S. Marine Corps, and for the last nine years, […]

Best of ’21: Faces of EHS

As the year winds down, we’re taking a look this week at some highlights from 2021. Today, we’re highlighting excerpts from installments of our Faces of EHS feature. February 22: Crystal Turner-Moffatt Leads from Center Stage as the Safety Diva For our EHS Leadership Week, Faces of EHS profiled Crystal Turner-Moffatt, the president, principal consultant, […]

Faces of EHS: For Patrick Karol, Making Safety Personal Leads to Success

Patrick Karol has been involved in the field of environmental, health, and safety (EHS) for more than 25 years. For our latest “Faces of EHS” profile, we sat down with Patrick to discuss how he got his start in the industry, his biggest influence, as well as his thoughts on trends and best practices for […]

Faces of EHS: Camille Oakes on the Importance of Building Trust and Having a Growth Mindset

While attending Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Camille Oakes had her mind set on becoming a pilot. Her heart, however, had other plans. After taking an introduction to occupational safety class, she loved it, and changed her major. Oakes joined the university’s ASSP student chapter and began connecting with other safety professionals in Central Florida. Suffice […]

Favorite Faces of EHS: Making Safety a Value Within Your Organization

When we started “Faces of EHS” back in January 2020, we envisioned it as a profile series in which we could chat with professionals who are on the front lines of environment, health, and safety (EHS) work. It was our goal to get many perspectives on the breadth and scope of what EHS professionals are […]

Faces of EHS: Teddy Amoaning’s Interest in EHS Began as a Child

Teddy Amoaning’s passion for environmental, health, and safety (EHS) was ignited after his little brother was exposed to lead-based paint as a child. As a result, his younger brother was, unfortunately, diagnosed with mental illness and experienced a myriad of health and developmental issues. Amoaning’s mother, who works as a CRN, dedicated her life to […]