Tag: Faces of EHS

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Faces of EHS: Mike Kinney, CSP, Gets Candid About the Value of a Positive Safety Culture

Building and maintaining a positive organization-wide safety culture is a delicate dance and one that requires engagement from people at every level of the business. Unfortunately, getting the necessary buy-in—whether from the employees on the floor, the executives in the C-suite, or anywhere in between—can prove difficult, and it sometimes feels impossible. For today’s installment […]

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Faces of EHS: Kathryn Carlson Merges the Strengths of EHS and HR

If there is one thread running through our ongoing Faces of EHS series, it’s that there is no one path to a career as an environment, health, and safety (EHS) professional. In this installment, we spoke with Kathryn Carlson, vice president of product management at EHS software provider KPA, about her path from human resources […]

Maryann Hoff

Faces of EHS: For Maryann Hoff, Safety Is More Than Just a Job

As Senior Risk Control Manager at Safety National, Maryann Hoff, CSP, ARM, MEHS, is deeply familiar with both the technical and the human aspects of safety. Her wide variety of personal and professional experiences, ranging from a childhood amid civil war to leveraging data to understand the connections underpinning today’s organizations, have given Hoff an […]

Thomas Hawthorne

Faces of EHS: Thomas Hawthorne on Driving an Award-Winning Safety Culture and Being Essential During COVID-19

Thomas Hawthorne knows what it means to live safety excellence every day. His organization, Chugach Industries Incorporated, has won not one but two EHS Daily Advisor Safety Standout Awards, the first in the Moving Beyond Compliance category in 2019 and then taking the top prize of Best Overall Safety Program and Culture in 2020. Read […]

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Faces of EHS: Andy Stevenson on the Value of New Experiences

There are those who almost intuitively know what career path they will follow from a young age. Others find their way by getting out in the world and forging their own path, gathering a breadth of experience along the way. In this installment of Faces of EHS, we spoke with Andy Stevenson, an environment, health, […]

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Faces of EHS: Mary Stine Discusses Seizing Success in EHS

Environment, health, and safety (EHS) professionals enter the field because of an innate passion for the work they do, taking pride in protecting their organization and its workers with little public recognition for a job well done.  For today’s installment of Faces of EHS we spoke with Mary J. Stine, the Global EHS Director for […]

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Faces of EHS: Michael Miozza on the Recipe for a Sustainable Safety Culture

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to building a successful and sustainable environmental, health, and safety (EHS) program. However, according to Michael Miozza, an EHS Manager with mutual insurance company FM Global, there are a few key ingredients that every chef, excuse me, EHS professional should utilize to help build their organization’s safety program and culture.

Faces of EHS: Martin Anderson on Keeping EHS Lean and Enjoying the Challenges

Environment, health, and safety (EHS) work is complex and challenging, with a wide range of factors that need to be accounted for to ensure not only that the job gets done but also that everyone gets to head home at the end of the day. In this installment of “Faces of EHS,” we chat with […]