A strong, positive safety culture results in reduced injuries and lost time by valuable resources, improved morale and productivity, and greater loyalty to the organization. Safety culture and the desire to have a strong safety culture are often discussed, but what exactly is safety culture? In basic terms, safety culture is the “preferred way things […]Continue reading
Principal Ginny Davis is honored at Annual APSU Outstanding Alumni Awards Luncheon
Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee, recently honored Ginny with the Outstanding Alumna Award for accomplishments in her profession, community, and support to her alma mater.
Ginny graduated cum laude from APSU with a Bachelor of Arts in geology and a minor in French in 1987. Her professional passion and acumen were evident throughout her university career, including her selection for the Oak Ridge Associated Universities student intern program, where she performed environmental and structural geology research at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. In 1992, she received the university’s original Outstanding Young Alumna Award.
Ginny dedicated her award to the amazing educators in her life who made all the difference, starting with her mother, a retired teacher and administrator.
“When I took my first geology course at APSU, I knew I was hooked,” Ginny said in her acceptance speech during the university’s 2021 homecoming celebration. “University has an amazing way of getting to the core of what you’re passionate about. And APSU’s engaging professors introduced me to career possibilities I never even knew existed in environmental science. Their investment in me changed the entire trajectory of my life and career and is a primary reason why I’m a consulting geologist today, 34 years later.”
In August 1987, Ginny joined EnSafe and took on progressively complex project management for a wide array of environmental and hydrogeological problems. As project manager for two National Priorities List sites in Kentucky, Ginny has tackled all aspects of remedial investigation and feasibility study scoping and implementation, as well as subsequent remedial design and remedial action negotiations and delisting support.
Ginny also has extensive experience with complex hydrogeologic investigations and aquifer characterization in karst terrain, fractured and faulted sedimentary sequences, and deltaic and fluvial geologic settings. She is a licensed professional geologist in Tennessee, Illinois, Indiana and Wyoming.
Our warmest congratulations, Ginny, on this second Outstanding Alumna honor. Your continued investment in young professionals and the success of EnSafe is so important and we, at EnSafe, are fortunate to have such an “enthusiastic rock lover” as you in leadership.
“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.
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.