Put ASSP's more than 100 years of leadership in occupational safety and health right at your fingertips. Learn from industry experts and get the tools and knowledge you need to improve the safety, health and well-being of your workforce and improve your organization's performance.
Applying Professional Ethics in Occupational Safety and Health
Dr. Daniel Snyder, owner and founder of the research-based consultancy Safety Mentor, joins us for a conversation about common ethical dilemmas that OSH professionals face, and how to apply ethics to decision making. Ethics for OSH Professional
The “E” in EHS: How Safety Professionals Can Help Protect the Environment
Stephanie Johnson, area manager for global real estate-EHS at AT&T, shares insights on steps safety professionals can take to help protect the environment in their workplaces and their communities.
Tips to Help You Stay Safe on Halloween and in the Workplace
Lauren Bauerschmidt, Senior Manager of Standards and Technical Publications at ASSP, joins us to discuss hazards you can find during Halloween activities and on the job site, and shares steps you can take to mitigate those hazards.
Steps for Improving the Safety and Health of Temporary Workers
Scott DeBow, principal of HSE at Avetta, joins us to discuss the guidance document “Protecting Temporary Workers: Best Practices for Host Employers,” and the assistance it provides toward improving evaluation, contracting, training, injury and illness reporting, response and recordkeeping.
Is Happiness the Key to a Safer, More Engaged Workforce?
Sponsored by SafeStart. Rodd Wagner, bestselling author and executive advisor at SafeStart, discusses the connection between worker happiness, engagement and safety performance.
Flame-Resistant Clothing: 5 Tips to Help Keep Workers Safe
Sponsored by Bulwark. Derek Sang, technical training manager at Bulwark, shares tips to remember when selecting, using and caring for flame-resistant garments.
Great content- hard to hear
The content provided on this podcast is great!
The only issue I have is that the audio is not in stereo. Having one voice on the left and one voice on the right is difficult to listen to. This is made worse if you have any hearing loss in one ear or the other. Once this is fixed it will be easily be a 5 star podcast!
What an excellent resource! I so appreciate the conversations happening here on the ASSP Safety Podcast - Scott and his guests consistently provide insightful information in an engaging package. A vital listen!
The topic selection has been spot on. I like that the length of the podcasts are just right- short enough to listen while I'm doing other tasks and long enough to provide depth on the topic of the day.
I'll echo some of the other comments about hearing the featured guest - the sound quality could be improved.