Women in Safety #1 - Being Relatable as Safety Professionals
In episode one of Women in Safety we are talking to Regina McMichael and Jason Maldonado about are we making ourselves relatable to the workforce as safety professionals, are we measuring and focusing on the right things when building solutions and chat about team building, specifically, how can we do it better!
About Our Guests:
Regina McMichael is the President of the Learning Factory, the safety passion-driven education and training company, and creator of the Safety Training Ninja© program. She has 30 years of experience in safety and health education, training, communication, and leadership. Regina teaches around the world and mentors safety professionals to achieve their dream of becoming a Safety Training Ninja© and a passion-driven professional! She is also the founder of Peace, Love Safety, the leadership and training catalyst supporting organizations while elevating their SH&E programs from compliance-driven checklists to human and humanity-based solutions.
Personal LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/reginamcmichael
Jason Maldonado is the owner of Relentless Safety, he is a Hands-On Safety Professional and the author of the new book “A Practical Guide to the Safety Profession: The Relentless Pursuit.” Jason has spent the past 15 years working in Safety and Health roles throughout a variety of industries. Beginning as an explosive safety technician while serving in the United States Air Force, Jason developed a passion for teaching the importance of working safely and helping others figure out how to accomplish that mission. After transitioning from the military, he spent time in heavy civil construction, chemical weapon demilitarization, electrical transmission and distribution, and food manufacturing.
Personal LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonmaldonadocsp