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ABOUT THE EPISODE
Today, we are in conversation with Bryce Griffler who shares the impact of intentionally bringing diversity of perspectives and opinions into safety activities and teams. From union involvement, to people with diverse backgrounds and experiences including people that might come from a totally different part of the business, a well-rounded team is bound to find better and safer ways to do the work. These strategies consistently improve the quality of conversations and solutions, driving to safer outcomes. He shares easy strategies to make this happen in your business. This episode shares some very important ideas which are too often missed.
ABOUT THE GUEST
Bryce Griffler, CSP, M.Eng. is an Environmental, Health, & Safety Professional and Thought Leader with a background in heavy manufacturing and warehousing. Bryce considers himself a “recovering engineer” after serving in engineering roles for 6 years. He prides himself in his ongoing advocacy for stronger inclusionary practices within organizations, helping to improve the bottom line, employee engagement, and even safety performance and culture.
Bryce gains additional practical work experience through teaching American Red Cross and National Safety Council Lifeguarding, CPR/AED, First Aid, and first Responder Courses. He also serves as the Membership, Awards & Honors, and Nominations & Elections Chair(s) of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) Emerging Professionals Common Interest Group (CIG). Bryce loves cruise vacations, and has a love-hate relationship with running. Bryce holds a Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia and a Master of Engineering in Advanced Safety Engineering & Management from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.