Often times simple things like the basic measurement of a hazard can be confusing. Further complications come in when implementing controls. In the fast-paced world of data and technology, what are the best practices to improve worker health? We speak with Emanuele Cauda Ph.D., Co-Director for the NIOSH Center for Direct Reading Sensors and Technology about the complexities and opportunities around hazard monitoring.
Our new music was provided by Bevin Luna you can find her music at www.bevinluna.com or on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/artist/1jgPLib9fuDaiPMouc8cLN?si=d6llCQ-wQ22SaGIe5FDD9g
Probability Matters was created by Mwangi Ndonga who holds CIH, CSP, and CHMM certifications and Kyle Krueger who is a published author and speaker in the health and safety industry. Both individuals are extremely passionate about the topics of worker health and safety and industrial hygiene. The idea for the Podcast came out of numerous lunch conversations over the years. These conversations discussed the potential, philosophy, impact, and the role that technology can play in the future of health and safety. We intend to invite listeners to our "lunch table" to elaborate on these discussions with a few special guests along the way.
This podcast was founded to create a platform for thought leadership. We will introduce, discuss, and argue for the use of technology to improve health and safety. The stage is intentionally genuine. We do not promote specific products or companies. We do, however, promote positive ideas and philosophies that will make an impact on the overall health and safety of workers.
Probability Matters is brought to you by the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the AIHA.