Over the past few months, we have been doing a LinkedIn series featuring various professionals who have dedicated their careers to workplace safety, injury prevention, technology, the future of work and so much more. In the series, we ask one question relevant to the overlap of our industries to pass on valuable insights to our audience from industry experts.
The following is a live blog, updated with all of our one question interviews to date.
We asked Nicole Stempak, a managing editor at EHS Today, for the trend in EHS technology that has the largest potential to change how we view safety in the workplace.
We asked Director of #WorkToZero at NSC, Emily Whitcomb, for the biggest trend in workplace safety technology that not enough people are talking about right now.
We asked safety philosopher and author, Wyatt Bradbury, what he thinks will be the most important development in safety technology over the next few years and how he sees it impacting the workplace.
We asked occupational athletic trainer and independent researcher, Scott Mullett, which trends he sees most frequently as the cause of ergonomic injuries at work, and the most effective types of prevention.
We asked the founder and CEO of SkyHive Technologies, Sean Hinton, for one piece of advice he would give to new managers looking to get the best out of their employees, and how technology could play a role.
We asked tech entrepreneur and author of "Blitzscaling" Chris Yeh about the state of the future of work in 2022.