Cathy Hansell is the creator, executive producer and host of Safety Breakthrough Talk Radio (SBTR). Listen, complimentary, to interviews where Cathy discusses safety, health, wellness, safe driving and sustainability topics with national experts and government officials. Also, Cathy and special guests share their knowledge and experience in brief webinars on safety culture, sustainability, and business integration topics.
Below is a selection of the special guests and experts, you’ll hear. Click here for a listing of all interviews and webinars.
Safety Culture with Cathy Hansell
Cathy Hansell, SMS, CSM, CCSR, MS JD President, Breakthrough Results, LLC Former American Standard VP Occupational S&H
Liam Dowd Managing Director, Ethical Corporation
Dr. Philip Walsh Assoc. Professor Ted Rogers School of Mgmt and Strategy; Yates School of Graduate Studies and Env Applied Science, Ryerson Univ.
Gretchen Digby Norwood, CSM Founder, Future Partners, LLC Former Ingersoll Rand Director of Global Sustainability Programs
Doug Pontsler Executive in Residence, Toledo Museum of Art Former, VP EHS and Operations Sustainability
Dr. Ginny Fringes Asst. Director, Sedler Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Xavier University, Secret Angels Founder
Nick Andrews Managing Director, Centre for Sustainability Excellence
David Biderman General Counsel and Safety Director for the National Solid Waste Management Association
Current and Future Safety Challenges
Ed Foulke, Esq. Current Partner at Fisher and Phillips Law firm Former Assistant Secretary of Labor (OSHA)
Dr. Christine Branche NIOSH Assoc. Director and CDC Dir, Office of Construction Safety and Health
Total Worker Health and Wellness
Dr. Casey Chosewood NIOSH Dir of Total Worker Health (TWH)
Dr. Anita Schill Senior Advisor, NIOSH Mgr of TWH Program
Personal Health and Development
Dr. Myles Druckman VP International SOS
Dr. Sara Luckhaupt Medical Officer for CDC and NIOSH, Div of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluations and Field Studies
Dawn Castillo, MPH NIOSH Div of Safety Research
Dr. Mary Hill CDC Div of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity