90 Years in OSHA: How Women's Roles Have Changed
Women in safety has continued to evolve. Listen in as Editor Sydny Shepard interviews CSP Shannon Holeman on the impact of women in safety.
- By Sydny Shepard
- Sep 14, 2022
There are more women in safety than ever before. In this podcast episode, OH&S Editor Sydny Shepard sits down with Columbia Southern University professor Shannon Holman to talk about the impact that women have had on the occupational safety and health industry and how those roles have—and will continue to—evolve.
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A special thank you to Columbia Southern University.
For more than 25 years, Columbia Southern University has been a leader in occupational safety and health education. Taught by experienced safety experts, CSU’s bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in occupational safety and health are recognized by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals as Graduate Safety Practitioner® Qualified Academic Programs. CSU’s occupational safety and health degree programs meet the educational requirements mandated by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals for the Associate Safety Professional designation (ASP®) and the Certified Safety Professional designation (CSP®). Visit ColumbiaSouthern.edu or call (877) 347-6050 to learn more.