In Episode 7, the Safety+Health team welcomes University of South Florida public health professor Marissa Levine to discuss how COVID-19 is impacting the mental health of workers. Also, we examine how telling stories can make safety lessons stick. In our Safe Side pop quiz, the editors share which foods they're missing this year with the cancellation of local fairs and festivals.
In Episode 6, the Safety+Health team examines soft skills, including what they are, how they differ from other job-related skills and how they can benefit a safety professional’s career. Also, Linda Martin, a recipient of the National Safety Council’s Marion Martin Award, discusses her work as an educator, earning a doctorate and sharing positivity on social media.
In Episode 5, the Safety+Health editorial team looks at one economist’s research on the impact of OSHA press releases. And safety superstar Abby Ferri talks about teaching during the pandemic, safety and superheroes.
In Episode 4, the Safety+Health editorial team discusses the dangers of arc flash and how experts say it can be prevented. Also: NSC President and CEO Lorraine Martin talks about National Safety Month and being present as a safety leader during COVID-19.
In Episode 3, the Safety+Health editorial team looks at the topic of control banding – “using what is known to try to manage the unknown.” Also: Former OSHA inspector Paul McNeill shares insights about what employers should – and shouldn't – do when OSHA comes knocking.
In Episode 2, the Safety+Health editorial team looks at what’s being done to protect workers in roadway work zones, and talks with safety consultant Tim Page-Bottorff about his unique path into the profession and how safety pros can take their work home.
The Safety+Health editorial team launches its new podcast, which features a deep dive into virtual reality in safety training and a discussion with innovative safety speaker Richard Hawk.
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