About Me and My Services

chet_48I am an EHS and Sustainability Executive with over twenty-five years of practice in building value at the triple bottom line of people, planet and profit.  I have focused on achieving this in heavy industry.  I have extensive experience in the metals, automotive, chemical, glass, electronics and aerospace industry sectors.  I love being part of the manufacturing environment where I interact with people who have the skill and will to make things.  I am currently an executive leader of the leading occupational injury prevention company, specializing in occupational medicine, early injury prevention, and injury management services.

You can learn more about my professional life at: http://www.linkedin.com/in/chetbrandon.  Follow me on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/#!/ChetBrandon1

I am available as a consultant to assist you and your organization in maximizing your performance in the areas of EHS, Sustainability and Leadership Development.  Those with interest should contact me via email at: chet.brandon@leadingehs.com or by phone: 316.650.9583.

Overview of Professional Services:

  • Expert witness case preparation and testimony related to occupational injuries
  • EHS professional career coaching and job search assistance
  • EHS Technical Services
    • High hazard process evaluation and risk reduction strategy development
    • EHS training and team development programs
    • General EHS project work such as audits, inspections, compliance assurance and program development
    • EHS executive leadership coaching

I have a couple comments on format to make you aware of.  The main page posts are intended to be short explorations of new ideas or old ideas reconsidered.  I will start the posts with a description of the idea then transition to how it could be applied.  These are high level discussions meant to prime your thought process for application to your own situation.  The second type of post is a more in depth discussion of a particularly promising idea in the Environmental, Health, Safety or Sustainability areas.  These will be on the specific tabs for those aspects of our function.

Serial Posts:  I will be documenting what I believe to be critical skills for EHS&S success in the 101 series of posts.  I may also have serial posts on a particular topic if I think it is worth a deep dive.

Leadership 101: In posts with this phrase in the title, I am documenting key skills that experience has taught me are necessary to succeed. These are the principles of leading organizations to EHS success. They are, in most cases, applicable to the other functions of the organization as well. Early to mid-career professionals will increase their level of success by developing the skills and techniques identified in Leadership 101.  For us old dogs, these are reminders of the skills that got us here…

EHS 101:  In posts with this phrase in the title, I am documenting key concepts that experience has taught me are necessary to succeed. These are the technical topics that I have used or observed being used to achieve breakthrough EHS&S performance. This is knowledge gained thorough experience that goes beyond the textbook.  Real world applications.  Early to mid-career professionals will increase their level of success by developing the skills and techniques identified in Leadership 101.  For us old dogs, these are reminders of the skills that got us here…

I started this page as a place to develop and communicate fresh ideas regarding EHS and Sustainability Leadership and Innovation.  This is my professional workshop where I tinker with new and existing concepts in hopes of creating something new and wonderful.  It’s a work in progress… Let’s see where it takes us!

– Chet

Ideas and opinions expressed here are not those of my employer.

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One Response to About Me and My Services

  1. Gator Woman says:

    We also share a concern for safety issues in the aviation industry~

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