- Job Satisfaction, the Secret Ingredient for Exceptional Employee Involvement
- OSHA’s Top Citation: Fall Protection: New Gear, New Regulations and New Standards – What Every EHS Pro Should Know!
- Guest Blogger: 10 in Demand Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Certificates
- High Flight Requires Risk
- EHS Skills 101: The Science of Employee Involvement-Why Does it Work?
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Author Archives: Chet Brandon
Job satisfaction is a key ingredient in safe workplaces, and we have forgotten that in our rush to more efficient jobs. Continue reading
OSHA’s Top Citation: Fall Protection: New Gear, New Regulations and New Standards – What Every EHS Pro Should Know!
By Guest Blogger: Allyson Clark Plan, Provide and Train– is OSHA’s slogan for fall protection – sounds easy enough, Right? Well except that for the last 10 years, fall protection has been the number one issued citation by OSHA for construction … Continue reading
If you are looking for advancement in your EHS career pathway and you are seeking to be more diverse in choosing your industry, certificates are often a go to mechanism for HR recruiters wanting to distinguish candidates from the competitive crowd so pursuing one can be beneficial to your career. Continue reading
The passing of two of the great aviation masters in the last few weeks started me thinking about what forges great people like them. The Aerospace Icons I am discussing here are Bob Hoover and John Glenn. Both made incredible … Continue reading
It has become a basic tenet of Safety Professionals that employee involvement is critical to program success. The safety visionary Frank Bird was a very early proponent of employee involvement as a key to ownership of the safety process. He … Continue reading
“During my tenure as CEO of BP I was an early proponent of CSR, but I think that the idea of connecting with society in this way is now dead.” That quote stopped me in my tracks as I perused my copy … Continue reading
I was asked to contribute daily as a guest blogger by ASSE for Safety 2016. This post was my last but due to some IT glitches it was not posted to the ASSE website. I think the learnings from the expo … Continue reading