In Episode 33, the S+H editorial team dives into the November issue’s feature story on OSHA’s Multi-Employer Citation Policy. The team also discusses how to reduce the risk of musculoskeletal disorders, or MSDs, in the workplace with Jack Lu, co-manager of NIOSH’s Musculoskeletal Health Program.
In Episode 32, the S+H editorial team dives into the the October issue’s feature story on how to help reduce the stigma around workers’ mental health. The team also discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has influenced changes in safety training with Douglas Castro, operations manager of EHS911 and Global ERA Training.
In Episode 31, the S+H editorial team dives into the September issue’s feature story on setting up a volunteer first aid response team in your workplace, and discusses the ins and outs of worker engagement and buy-in with Shawn Galloway, CEO of ProAct Safety.
From keynote sessions to the announcement of OSHA’s Top 10 most cited standards in fiscal year 2022 and a history lesson, the Safety+Health team breaks down what’s ahead at the 2022 NSC Safety Congress & Expo – set for Sept. 16-22 in San Diego – in this special episode of the “On the Safe Side” podcast.
In Episode 30, the S+H editorial team dives into the August issue’s feature story on effective incident investigations, and discusses the legal issues surrounding impairment in the workplace with employment law attorney Faye Caldwell, a member of the National Safety Council’s Alcohol, Drugs and Impairment Division.
In Episode 29, the S+H editorial team discusses the prevention of serious injuries and fatalities, or SIFs, as well as hazard communication with consultant and expert Chandra Gioiello, a vice president and senior consultant at Industrial Health and Safety Consultants.