On episode 125 of EHS On Tap, Neil Shah, founder of International Wellbeing Insights and Chief De-Stressing Officer of The Stress Management Society, talks about how employers can help workers deal with stress and build a sense of community and hope.
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On episode 124 of EHS On Tap, Dan Glucksman, Senior Policy Director at the International Safety Equipment Association, talks about using PPE to mitigate heat stress.
On episode 123 of EHS On Tap, Alka Ramchandani-Raj, co-chair of Littler’s workplace safety & health practice group, talks about the emergence of monkeypox and what it means for workplace safety.
On episode 122 of EHS On Tap, Kevin Kelpe, continuing education manager at Diversified Fall Protection, talks about some new OSHA ladder safety requirements. This episode is sponsored by Diversified Fall Protection.
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.
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.