In episode 4 of EHS On Tap Two-Minute Warning, E.W. Dovel, vice president public sector for Orion Energy Systems, talks about one thing you need to understand about energy efficiency.
On episode 77 of EHS On Tap, Hector Alvarez, president of Alvarez Associates, talks about how to get a full understanding of workplace security.
In episode 3 of EHS On Tap Two-Minute Warning, Camille Oakes, president and CEO of Better Safety, talks about what you need to understand about psychological safety for workers.
On episode 76 of EHS On Tap, Karen D. Hamel of HalenHardy talks about preventing heat stress in the workplace. Karen D. Hamel, CSP, CIT, WACH, is a regulatory expert, trainer, and technical writer for HalenHardy. She has more than 27 years of experience helping EHS professionals meet regulatory requirements and industry standards and has […]
In episode 2 of EHS On Tap Two-Minute Warning, Hector Alvarez, president of Alvarez Associates, talks about what people need to understand about workplace security.
On episode 75 of EHS on Tap, Devjani H. Mishra, an attorney with Littler, talks about how employers should manage COVID-19 concerns such as vaccinations and masking.
In this episode of EHS On Tap Two-Minute Warning, Karen D. Hamel of HalenHardy talks about what people need to understand about heat stress.
On episode 74 of EHS On Tap, we’ve got a special crossover episode with Al Buczkowski and Allie Thunstrom, who host Ergodyne’s Radio Free Tenacity podcast. We talk a bit about their podcast and then present Episode 5 of Radio Free Tenacity, which focuses on fall prevention. Al Buczkowski is Senior Marketing Communications Manager at […]
On episode 73 of EHS On Tap, Dr. Douglas Casa, CEO of the Korey Stringer Institute, and Margaret Morrissey, director of the National Heat Safety Coalition, discuss the need for increased awareness and safety standards around heat illness in industry. This episode is presented as part of EHS Daily Advisor’s activities for National Safety Week.
On episode 72 of EHS on Tap, Bob Greene, senior human resource industry analyst at Ascentis, talks about what employers can expect from the updated OSHA inspection process.