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Plan, Check, Act: Key EHS Skills and Evolving Industry Trends

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With new OSHA regulations arriving every month, fresh technology changing the safety game, and new stressors affecting workers across industries, the EHS field is evolving faster than ever before. Mental health and infectious disease protocols are now taking center stage in many employers’ safety programs, while a holistic approach to worker safety and wellness is fast becoming the most trusted approach among EHS professionals. That means today’s safety leaders—and the next generation of safety professionals—have to keep on top of a fast-changing and dynamic landscape, with new skills coming into demand every year.

We address these topics and more on the latest episode of the DORN Injury Prevention Academy Podcast featuring special guest Charles Daniels, Vice President of EHS at Bolthouse Farms in Bakersfield, California. Mr. Daniels brings over three decades of experience in running safety programs across the food production and mass media industries, working from the front line up to the C-suite level throughout his career. Having worked in-house as well as in consulting roles, Mr. Daniels possesses a unique perspective on the world of workplace safety. He is also credited with developing the Plan, Check, Act philosophy of EHS, an approach that has been adopted across industries as a roadmap toward effective safety programming and intervention strategies. As a thought leader in the field, he’s uniquely qualified to offer insight to the next generation of EHS professionals.

In this podcast episode, we cover:

  • The top three skills that make a great EHS professional in today’s safety world
  • How EHS is evolving to adapt to new technologies, mental health challenges, and infectious disease protocols
  • How the intersection of ergonomics and OSHA regulations affects employers and their approach to workplace safety
  • How EHS professionals can implement the Plan, Check, Act philosophy in their safety programming

Watch the DORN Injury Prevention Academy Podcast on YouTube and make sure to subscribe for other exclusive content from the world of workplace safety.

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Innhold levert av DORN Companies. Alt podcastinnhold, inkludert episoder, grafikk og podcastbeskrivelser, lastes opp og leveres direkte av DORN Companies eller deres podcastplattformpartner. Hvis du tror at noen bruker det opphavsrettsbeskyttede verket ditt uten din tillatelse, kan du følge prosessen skissert her https://no.player.fm/legal.

With new OSHA regulations arriving every month, fresh technology changing the safety game, and new stressors affecting workers across industries, the EHS field is evolving faster than ever before. Mental health and infectious disease protocols are now taking center stage in many employers’ safety programs, while a holistic approach to worker safety and wellness is fast becoming the most trusted approach among EHS professionals. That means today’s safety leaders—and the next generation of safety professionals—have to keep on top of a fast-changing and dynamic landscape, with new skills coming into demand every year.

We address these topics and more on the latest episode of the DORN Injury Prevention Academy Podcast featuring special guest Charles Daniels, Vice President of EHS at Bolthouse Farms in Bakersfield, California. Mr. Daniels brings over three decades of experience in running safety programs across the food production and mass media industries, working from the front line up to the C-suite level throughout his career. Having worked in-house as well as in consulting roles, Mr. Daniels possesses a unique perspective on the world of workplace safety. He is also credited with developing the Plan, Check, Act philosophy of EHS, an approach that has been adopted across industries as a roadmap toward effective safety programming and intervention strategies. As a thought leader in the field, he’s uniquely qualified to offer insight to the next generation of EHS professionals.

In this podcast episode, we cover:

  • The top three skills that make a great EHS professional in today’s safety world
  • How EHS is evolving to adapt to new technologies, mental health challenges, and infectious disease protocols
  • How the intersection of ergonomics and OSHA regulations affects employers and their approach to workplace safety
  • How EHS professionals can implement the Plan, Check, Act philosophy in their safety programming

Watch the DORN Injury Prevention Academy Podcast on YouTube and make sure to subscribe for other exclusive content from the world of workplace safety.

  continue reading

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