Eric Tidquist, PE, Environmental Engineer, is serving as the new Chairman of the Memphis and Shelby County Air Pollution Control Board. The Air Board works with the Shelby County Health Department to set fees, hear appeals related to enforcement action (e.g. fines for violations), and rule on requested variances from the air pollution control code. As chairman, Eric facilitates the meetings, helping the group arrive at decisions on matters brought before the Board.
He's in good company, and follows a line of great Air Board leaders, namely EnSafe’s co-founder, Phil Coop, who actually served on Air Board years ago.
Want a window into the world of one of our environmental engineers? Eric answered some of our questions in a “virtual” interview recently.
EnSafe: What drew you to environmental engineering?
Eric: I’ve always been interested in math and science, and I love the outdoors. With environmental engineering, I get to use my technical skills to help the environment and get outside once in a while.
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”
We think that quote, attributed to Albert Einstein, epitomizes the instincts behind Thomas Wiberg’s success as a geologist and environmental scientist.
Tom isn’t quick to give his opinions and thoughts. He’s known for deliberate pauses, followed by thoughtfully delivered ideas that reveal his creative, status-quo-challenging approach to problem solving. He truly embodies EnSafe’s mantra T3 (Think Things Through).
That’s one of the many reasons EnSafe’s Board of Directors are happy to announce Tom’s promotion to Associate Principal.
With many stay-at-home orders lifting and businesses reopening, U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is asking employers to take the following six steps to reduce the risk of worker exposure to SARS-CoV-2 in their workplaces: Develop an Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response Plan Prepare to Implement Basic Infection Prevention Measures Develop Policies and Procedures […]Continue reading
EnSafe welcomes newly promoted Vice President of H&S Services and newly created H&S Operations Manager as former VP takes on new leadership role
Mike Palmer, CIH, CSP, Former VP of H&S Services takes on revised leadership and client development role
Motivated by the drivers of faith and family, Mike Palmer, EnSafe’s Vice President of Health and Safety (H&S) Services for the past 13 years, is scaling back his workload and taking on a revised role as a senior mentor and board member with a business development focus. Throughout 2020, Mike will be working closely with existing clients to transition certain technical components of his workload and to introduce the talented H&S individuals across EnSafe who have been carefully considered to advance client relationships.
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.