On episode 121 of EHS On Tap, Megan Walters, vice president of compliance and customer success at Encamp, talks about the challenges that women face in EHS.
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On episode 120 of EHS On Tap, Christopher Kenessey, CEO of AlertMedia, talks about the evolving landscape of threats that organizations face.
On episode 119 of EHS On Tap, Tony Roussey, chief operating officer of EV Construction, talks about his company’s safety philosophy.
On episode 118 of EHS On Tap, Dr. Tim Ludwig, professor at Appalachian State University, talks about his book Dysfunctional Practices That Kill Your Safety Culture.
On episode 117 of EHS On Tap, David Seltzer, territory manager for Pennsylvania for the American Red Cross, talks about how the Red Cross has refocused its safety training initiatives. Recorded recently at the American Society of Safety Professionals’ Safety 2022 conference.
On episode 116 of EHS On Tap, Christine Sullivan, the new president of the American Society of Safety Professionals, talks about the current state of workplace safety and what she hopes to accomplish in the next year. Recorded recently at the ASSP’s Safety 2022 conference in Chicago.
On episode 115 of EHS On Tap, Greg Myka, senior manager and compliance team lead in Verizon’s EHS group, talks about Verizon’s focus on workplace safety.
On episode 114 of EHS On Tap, Rachael Daniels, advertising manager for SafeStart, talks about SafeStart’s role in the annual EHS Daily Advisor Safety Standout Awards.
On episode 113 of EHS On Tap, Bill Current, president and founder of Current Consulting Group and a consultant with OraSure Technologies, talks about how drug testing impacts workplace safety. This episode is sponsored by OraSure Technologies.
On episode 112 of EHS On Tap, Margaret Morrissey, the director of occupational safety at Korey Stringer Institute and president of the National Heat Safety Coalition, talks about ongoing efforts to prevent heat illness in the workplace.