Former Campus Emergency Management and Safety Officer at University of Tennessee Health Science Center joins EnSafe as Corporate Health and Safety Manager
EnSafe is happy to announce the hiring of Scott Campbell as our new Corporate Health and Safety Manager, based in our Memphis, Tennessee office.
Former Director of Health, Safety and Training at Pattern Energy joins our Houston Team
EnSafe, a global provider of environmental, engineering, health and safety and technology services, is excited to announce the hiring of Andy Morris, CSP, as Senior Project Manager, who will be based in our Houston, Texas, office.
Jimmy Groton, Wetland Ecologist at EnSafe, Is No Exception
Not all heroes wear capes. Some heroes, in fact, leave such a small footprint, environmentally speaking, they’re hardly noticeable. Jimmy Groton, an environmental scientist and wetland ecologist at EnSafe, is one of those people.
As humble and soft-spoken as Jimmy is, his contributions to conservation haven’t gone unnoticed. He’s been named this year’s Conservation Hero by Discover Life in America (DLiA), a nonprofit that promotes the conservation of global biodiversity.
Former CRISTAL/Tronox Global Director joins EnSafe
We are excited to announce the hiring of Chris Wiernicki, CIH, CSP, CHMM as Senior Health and Safety Specialist, who will be based in our Jacksonville, Florida, office.
Wiernicki has three Master of Science degrees and more than three decades of success in the environmental, health and safety (EH&S) arena for both industry and consulting. Wiernicki has experience as an ISO9000, ISO14000 and EH&S management system implementer and auditor.
How Art and Science Inform Each Other for Geophysicist Larry HughesCreativity is so important to us at EnSafe that it’s in our tagline – “Creative thinking. Custom solutions.” For us, it’s the ability to turn new, imaginative ideas into reality. It’s applying science in clever – even artistic – ways that transform our lives. For Larry Hughes, PG, one of EnSafe’s geophysicists, creativity grows from his practice of both art and science. As an Artist in Residence (AiR) for the US National Park Service for the last six years, Larry spends a few weeks every summer leading art workshops, painting trailside, and being a good will ambassador to the park’s national and international visitors.