In Episode 23 of Safety Bytes James and Justin are joined by the chief operating officer of Estvold Oilfield Services, Mike Borgschatz. They discuss the dynamics of building relationships with the hiring client and more. Don't miss it!
Here in episode 22 of Safety Bytes powered by Mariner-Gulf Consulting & Services, Justin and James a thought provoking discussion about challenges for keeping HSE in view, process, team building, and much more. Click the link below to check it out
In episode 21 of Safety Bytes powered by Mariner-Gulf Consulting & Services, James reveals some startling numbers from the Bureau of Labor and Statics pertaining to an issue that needs to be address with Haste. Then he discusses some potentials for how to address the problem.
Here in episode 20 of Safety Bytes, powered by Mariner-Gulf. Justin ask James to elaborate on a remark that he's heard him make on a number of occasions. "There is no such thing as Safety Culture and Safety is not number first!". Taken in context, the statement has deeper meaning that you would expect! You might even agree!
In episode 19 of Safety Bytes, powered by Mariner-Gulf, James Junkin what's instore for the January 2023 "Give Back Give Away"! James also the introduces the Vice President of Safety for Mariner-Gulf Consulting & Services, Justin Le Long. Listen in as they share advice for new safety professionals trying to make the most out their experience early on in their career. Don't miss out!
Tune into this episode of Safety Bytes sponsored by Mariner-Gulf Consulting & Services and listen to a discussion pertaining to risk tolerance and the concept of acceptable risk from the view point of the experts! After we identify the hazards, the next step is to understand the risk, and analyze what is tolerable outside of what the regulatory standards say. Hear all about it right here in Episode 18 of Safety Bytes!
Check out episode 17 of Safety Bytes where James Junkin and Linda Martin direct their conversation towards safety consulting. Listen in as they discuss what it’s like to a Safety Professional starting a consulting business, things to consider when joining a preestablished safety consulting firm like Mariner-Gulf Consulting & Services, guidance on choosing the right consultant, and more!
Here in episode 16, you'll also hear how making certain quick and decisive action towards implementing that mitigation plan in the stages leading up to the informal conference can weigh on the overall outcome.
Listen in as James and Linda share the expertise and knowledge acquired through years of experience and higher education. Here in Episode 15 "Managing the OSHA Investigation", they go through what to expect and what can be done to effectively navigate the situation once you're faced with a complex investigation.
In this episode you'll hear James Junkin and Linda Martin discuss things that you can do to be prepared in the event that you are faced with an OSHA investigation. No matter the nature of the encounter, it's vital that you are aware of what to do, what to expect, and how your employer rights apply. Click the button below and hear about it in episode 14 of "Safety Bytes"
If you enjoyed the conversation from last episode about James Reason, this is one you'll want to hear as well! Here in episode 13 of Safety Bytes, you'll hear James Junkin and Linda Martin talk through some of the powerful and provocative writings by Sydney Dekker and how the two books are foundational in to safety.
Click below to tune into episode 12 of Safety Bytes and listen to truth-seeking critical thinker and Founder of Mariner-Gulf Consulting & Services, James Junkin and sought-after speaker and the Executive Director of Safeland Dr. Linda Martin as they take yet another look at some of the profound writings of Dr. James Reasons and discuss how it relates to safety in today's workplace.
To add expand on last episode of Safety Bytes. James Junkin and Linda Martin have an insightful discussion about quotes from Dr. James Reasons' ideas around culture driven circumstances that lead to systematic errors at the task level and Dr. Sidney Dekker's writings about how the longstanding presence of shortcomings within an organization can effect the likelihood of failures at the work phase. Click below to watch episode 11!
What's on your bookshelf? Click the button below to watch this installment of Safety Bytes and hear James and Linda's Discussion about the importance of having a reading list that goes beyond the scope of your technical matter. It's all here in episode 10 of Safety Bytes.
College degree, certifications, designations, field experience.... Which matters more? Who is the more valuable safety professional? What camp gets it right? Watch Episode 9 of Safety bytes and hear a powerful short discussion that might just change your perspective if you are in "camp".
Click the button below to watch James and Linda in episode 8 of Safety Bytes, powered by Mariner-Gulf, as they discuss the value of safety conferences and how to make the most of the fun informative events. This is a crucial thought as conference season ramps up!
Don't miss Episode 7 of Safety Bytes where James and Linda talk about ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) questions and why safety prequalification software companies want to know the answers to those questions. Click below to hear!
Here's episode 6 of Safety Bytes, Sponsored by Mariner-Gulf Consulting & Services. Click below to listen to James Junkin and Linda Martin discuss prequalification, subcontractor management, what they mean, and where they are an asset.
Check out episode 5 of Safety bytes. In this episode, Linda Martin asks James Junkin "What's the magic recipe?". As james puts it, "There's no silver bullet", but he gives great incite on how to approach your very distinctive journey to meeting your safety program's needs.
Tune in to episode 4 of Safety Bytes, Sponsored by Mariner-Gulf Consulting & Services. In this episode James Junkin and Linda Martin discuss certain perspective changing literature and how it can affect you in your professional development.
Check out episode 3 of "Safety Bytes" with Linda F. Martin and James Junkin as they discuss incident investigations that fail to go beyond blaming the worker involved.
In this installment of Mariner-Gulf's Safety Bytes, we get to listen as Linda Martin and James Junkin answer the question: What are acceptable safety metrics? and How do we get to them? watch episode 2 and see.
Tune to hear James Junkin and Linda Martin in episode 1 of Safety Bytes and learn how to receive an autographed copy of Linda Martins book "Supervisors' Safety Manual". Join our journey as we sift through multiple critical topics in each episode.
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