November 11, 2020 | 1 hour 5 seconds
Series host Jill James sits down with Ashlee in this episode of The Accidental Safety Pro. Ashlee is a safety professional from Pennsylvania with the United Steelworkers. She has seen many generations in her family become union workers, including herself. Listen now!
October 28, 2020 | 59 minutes 32 seconds
In this episode of The Accidental Safety Pro Podcast, Series host Jill James interviews Yodit. Yodit was born and raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and is a 35-year-old educator in sustainability practices. She is also currently the coordinator of the environmental career worker training program at UCLA's Labor Occupational Safety and Health Division. Come listen to them talk about safety, unions, and sustainability.
September 16, 2020 | 1 hour 1 minute 26 seconds
In this episode of the podcast, series host Jill James interviews Dr. Esteban Tristan. Dr. Tristan holds a PhD in industrial and organizational psychology and is a member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and the American Society of Safety Professionals. He's actively involved in applied research and has published articles in professional journals such as the International Journal of selection Assessment, the Journal of Organizational Psychology, the Journal of Safety Research, and EHS today. Come listen to Jill and Dr. Tristan talk about safety DNA and much more!
August 12, 2020 | 49 minutes 13 seconds
In this episode of The Accidental Safety Pro, series host Jill James interviews Jonathan Rosen. Jonathan is a certified industrial hygienist and is a principal consultant for AJ Rosen and Associates, LLC providing occupational safety and industrial hygiene services to labor unions, government agencies, and organizations throughout the United States.
July 8, 2020 | 56 minutes 39 seconds
In this episode of the podcast, series host Jill James speaks with Mark Catlin. Like many, Mark has been on the front lines throughout this pandemic, utilizing his talent, training and expertise to protect essential workers.