On episode 165 of EHS On Tap, Dr. Nathan Charlton, emergency medicine physician at the University of Virginia, talks about being prepared for workplace medical emergencies.
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On episode 164 of EHS On Tap, James Thornton, incoming president of the American Society of Safety Professionals, talks about what he hopes to accomplish in the next year. This episode was recorded at the ASSP Safety23 conference in San Antonio.
On episode 163 of EHS On Tap, Brian Feeley, vice president, Current Consulting Group, talks about the use of oral fluid drug testing in workplaces. This episode is sponsored by OraSure Technologies.
On episode 162 of EHS On Tap, Margaret Morrissey, president of occupational safety for the Korey Stringer Institute and president of the Heat Safety & Performance Coalition, talks about the latest developments in the fight to protect workers from heat stress. Recorded as part of the EHS NOW Extreme Weather online summit.
On episode 161 of EHS On Tap, Linden Terpstra, CEO and founder of EHS Support Source, talks about her efforts to bring EHS industry and consultants together.
On episode 160 of EHS On Tap, Tim Weiss, co-founder and CEO of Optera, talks about how businesses can improve their sustainability efforts.
On episode 159 of EHS On Tap, Rusti Dyals, director of EHS for ESFM, talks about the importance of psychological safety.
On episode 158 of EHS On Tap, Shawn Smith, product director at KPA, talks about using micro-content to improve safety training.
On episode 157 of EHS On Tap, Mwangi Ndonga, senior health and safety hygienist at Ball Corporation, talks about how EHS can take advantage of AI. This episode is presented as part of EHS Tech Week by KPA.
On episode 156 of EHS On Tap, Brian Taylor, senior director of audiology at Signia, talks about occupational hearing safety.