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How EHS Leaders Can Be More Effective in Getting Workers Home Safe

October 27 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Free

Challenges facing EHS leaders abound, including:

  • Cultivating a positive culture of safety across the organization
  • Working with executive leadership to secure investment in safety initiatives
  • Adapting to new and evolving changes as the world becomes more complex.

What are some best practices to ensure you can overcome these challenges to make safe practices a reality? What defines a successful safety leader and what are some tools that can be leveraged to be more effective in improving workplace safety?

Join Origami Risk’s Cameron Schwartz as he moderates a conversation with EHS leaders Nicholas Markey-Riddell, Sr. Safety Manager, altafiber (formerly Cincinnati Bell) and Ray Brock, Director Safety Services, Insperity. Some things participants can expect to learn include:

  • What contributes to the success of EHS professionals
  • How can success be measured
  • How can technology contribute to your success

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Speakers


Ray Brock | Director, Safety Services, Property & Casualty | Insperity

Ray Brock is the Director of the Safety department at Insperity where he manages a team of 26 safety professionals, providing loss prevention services to over 12,000 client companies and over 300,000 of worksite employees. The safety department’s goal is to assist clients in mitigating hazards that cause workers compensation injuries and create a more productive environment for client worksite employees.

Ray graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety from Illinois State University and has his Associate in Risk Management and Occupational Health and Safety Technician certifications. When not working Ray enjoys fishing and outdoor activities with his family.


Nicholas Markey-Riddell | Senior Safety Manager | altafiber, Hawaii Telecom, CBTS, & Agile Network

Nicholas started with the Cincinnati Bell (now altafiber) in 2016 as a Safety Manager focused on operations. Since then, altafiber acquired several companies and grown exponentially, which left us with a need for a singular and scalable safety strategy and safety management system. His current role, Sr. Safety Manager was created to create uniformity throughout the organization and lead a team of safety professionals at various sites, states, and countries to implement and sustain this strategy. One of his passions is creating a safe and healthy culture within the altafiber network, and he is extremely lucky to have a great team of individuals supporting our team through all parts of the organization up to the executive management team.

Before joining altafiber in 2016, Nicholas was in law enforcement as a state agent for a local casino, where he developed a passion for law and legislation compliance. While working, he attended Eastern Kentucky University and received a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety & Health.

When he’s not working, Nicholas enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids. You can find them boating and enjoying time on the lake with friends and family. He also enjoys carpentry, fishing, and DIY projects.


Cameron Schwartz | Sales Associate | Origami Risk

Cameron Schwartz is a Sales Associate who is excited to bring his safety and technology related skills to Origami Risk. Prior to this role, he was a Client Executive at Origami Risk, helping clients implement safety functionality.

Prior to joining Origami Risk, Cameron started his career in information technology serving as a consultant to businesses, eventually landing a role as an IT director in the concrete industry. He then transitioned from information technology to safety, where he worked to develop safety programs to protect employees from hazards and improve safety culture within the manufacturing world. As a former Origami Risk client, Cameron brings a unique perspective on using the Origami platform to drive change on the client-side of the business.

Cameron holds a degree in Occupational Safety and Health.

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Details

Date:
October 27
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Cost:
Free

Venue

Webinar

Organizer

EHS Today
Phone:
216-696-7000
View Organizer Website