175 Years of Adaptive Safety at Tribune Publishing
Workplace safety has evolved dramatically since 1847. When Tribune Publishing first opened its doors, regulatory agencies like OSHA and the EPA did not exist and safety policies were implemented reactively. 175 years later, Tribune has created a robust, sustainable safety culture that protects thousands of dispersed, contract, and on-site workers from a myriad of potential threats.
So how did Tribune achieve this staying power? By embracing change, remaining agile, and applying adaptive safety.
In this episode, guest host Sara Pratley sits down with Jerry Glotzer, Corporate Manager of EHS, Security, Workers Compensation, Emergency Preparedness, and Risk Management for Tribune Publishing. For Jerry, the key to protecting employees is staying flexible and keeping a thumb on the pulse of emerging risks.
Listen in to learn about:
- How to assess hazard vulnerability by region
- How to modify safety plans and policies for risk
- Tailored training for journalists in high-risk areas
- Why adaptive leadership and safety go hand-in-hand
- Risks that should be top of mind for safety leaders