About Todd Hohn

Todd Hohn, CSP is the Global Workplace Health and Safety Director where he acts as the safety ambassador delivering on UL’s mission to promote safe living and working environments around the world. Todd is a U.S Delegate for the creation of the new ISO 45001 global standard for Occupational Health and Safety, is the Honors and Awards Chairperson for ASSE’s Construction Practice Specialty and is a Board Member for HR.com advising them on emerging health and safety issues. Prior to his current role with UL’s Not For Profit group, he was with UL’s Workplace Health and Safety practice where he led their Strategic Resources group and was integral to providing online safety training and risk management software solutions for organizations in the United States and internationally. He was also responsible for leadership of UL’s business development initiatives, providing strategic input into sales and product strategy, supporting the client base and further establishing UL as a thought leader and true innovator in the industry.

Discover the Latest Research on Worker Health and Safety

Could a healthy and safe workforce positively contribute to a company’s overall performance? I’ll be presenting the latest from UL’s Integrated Health & Safety Institute (IHSI), during tomorrow’s webinar hosted by the National Business Group on Health (NGBH). IHSI recently sponsored a study published in the January issue of the Journal of Occupational and Environmental […]

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Leadership & Employee Engagement Impact Safety. What’s Your Role?

Leadership & Employee Engagement Impact Safety. What’s Your Role?

Employee engagement is often mentioned along with strong leadership commitment as a critical component for a safe workplace. But employee engagement goes far beyond workplace health and safety – it has significant implications on overall business performance. In 2013 the Gallup organization published the results of a poll on employee engagement titled the “The State […]

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Making Safety Improvements Can Help Support Healthcare Workers Fighting Ebola

Making Safety Improvements Can Help Support Healthcare Workers Fighting Ebola

You have certainly heard the quote by Alexander Pope that begins, “to err is human”. A good friend of mine often uses this phrase when discussing deviations that occur in the workplace. Organizations often characterize those deviations as unsafe acts, but are they really? Immediately following the report of the first Dallas nurse who contracted […]

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A New Way of Thinking About Safety

A New Way of Thinking About Safety

Have you ever wondered how some organizations are able to achieve great safety performance year over year? Sure, a natural inclination would be to assume that they are “cooking the books” or using incentives that directly or indirectly entice employees not to report accidents. While I can’t definitively say that doesn’t happen, let’s assume for […]

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Evolution of Workplace Safety Yields Four Steps for Safer Working Environments

In the aftermath of ASSE’s Safety 2014, industry professionals can be reminded of the continuous evolution of safety precautions, regulations, and products. The impact of safety in the workplace has been great and will continue to improve through innovative products coupled with responsible procedures in the U.S. and globally. The evolution (or as some would refer to it, “revolution”) of safety in […]

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