Dianne Grote Adams, MS, CIH, CSP, CPEA, FAIHA, is the founder and president of Safex, a family-owned business health and safety organization located in Central Ohio. A Board Certified Industrial Hygienist, Board-Certified Safety Professional and Certified Professional Environmental Auditor in Health and Safety, Dianne brings more than 40 years of professional experience to the industry. During her career, she has conducted or supervised hundreds of industrial hygiene and indoor quality surveys, written and reviewed compliance programs, and developed and presented hundreds of employee and management training courses, webinars and workshops. Listen to this episode of unsuitable on Rea Radio to learn what tips Dianne has for businesses as they tackle a whole new decade!
When we look back in history, every decade is defined by unique trends, music, and fashion choices. It kind of makes you wonder how this new decade – the Roaring 20s 2.0 – will be defined. But regardless of your personal feelings about bell-bottoms or scrunches, one thing is certain: with every new decade comes progress, in one form or another.
As the president of Safex, a family-owned business health and safety organization located in Central Ohio, Dianne Grote Adams is hoping to see continued progress in the area of safety in the workplace. She has noticed a promising trend with regard to the importance of environmental, safety, health, and sustainability programs, but there’s still a lot of work to be done. So, on this episode of unsuitable, Dianne shares why these programs matter and how shifting your focus on health and safety can improve your business’s bottom line.
Listen to this episode of unsuitable to learn:
- Why safety and industrial hygiene are safe investments for any business.
- The ROI for your investment, both tangible and intangible.
- Why business owners should be aware of a new trend among investors to review ESH&S (environmental, safety, health, and sustainability programs).
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