This podcast episode features an interview with Brad Green, a leading expert in Health, Safety, Security, and Environment (HSSE). During the episode, Brad will share his expertise on HSSE topics such as proper safety protocols, and risk management. He will explain how these topics are interconnected, and how organizations can create comprehensive plans to ensure their operations are appropriate. Additionally, Brad will discuss strategies to create a culture of safety within organizations, which will help improve employee morale and protect the environment. Finally, he will provide tips on navigating the complex landscape of HSSE, giving organizations the confidence to make smart decisions for the long term.
Brad Green is an HSSE Professional, Health and Safety Adjunct Professor, father, husband, softball coach, thought provoker, and an advocate for all employees; mental and physical well-being. Brad’s primary emphasis is on humanizing the HSSE profession, shifting how organizations view their workers, modifying organizations’ response to failure, and promoting his mantra of learning and improving through the lens of curiosity.
Brad is currently the Manager of HSSE for an oil and gas company. Brad has 16+ years of HSSE experience in the United States. He holds a Bachelor’s and a Master’s of Science degree in Occupational Safety and Health from Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Brad is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Occupational Hygiene and Safety Technician (OHST), and Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST). Brad is well versed in all aspects of HSSE with demonstrated experience in developing, implementing, monitoring, consulting, coordinating, instructing, coaching, and continually improving HSSE and PSM programs and processes. Brad has worked in various organizations, including chemical manufacturing, heavy construction, oil & gas, and space exploration.
Brad Green’s LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/in/brad-green-ms-csp-ohst-66936897
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