By: Stacey Godbold
Top 5 EHS YouTube Channels
With all the new trends, innovations and regulations, it can be overwhelming to keep up with everything that is happening in the industry
Social media can be a great resource to stay current. Youtube is my favorite source for current EHS content. Here are my top 5 YouTube accounts that deserve a follow:
Why it’s on the list: Ally and her team are high-energy, engaging and create intelligent content that is practical. Videos are posted weekly with great graphics and video quality.
Channel description: At Ally Safety, it is our mission to make workplace safety entertaining. Workplace safety training and OSHA requirements don’t have to be dry, boring, or miserable! After all, some of these concepts are literally life and death. What’s more crucial than high-quality, engaging, safety? Nothing. Nothing at all.
Why it’s on the list: Jo is a breath of fresh air. Armed with her whiteboard and marker, she is ready to teach us about important topics regarding safety. Her approach is casual and you feel like you’re sitting in the same room.
Channel description: My goal is to identify and mitigate exposure to reduce occupational safety and health injuries and illnesses, and keep our people safe.
The purpose of my safety videos is to provide easy to understand and engaging safety-related content to facilitate safety discussions and benefit safety communities.
Why it’s on the list: James brings us a high-level view of safety. His videos are packed with great guests and interesting and complex conversations. His videos are well produced and fun to watch.
Channel description: Rebranding Safety is the Health and Safety Podcast and YouTube channel making safety simple and free to stop health and Safety going mad! To enable you business owners, workers to manage safety yourself!
Podcasts on YouTube
If you prefer to watch videos or just listen to the dialogue between the host and guests, YouTube podcasts are a great place for safety content.
Why it’s on the list: Blaine’s podcast is packed with great tips– from granular safety information on safety processes to new laws and requirements. There is a ton of content going back several years and new episodes are published regularly.
Channel description: Helping you manage workplace safety one podcast episode at a time! No platitudes, no guru speak, no 3-minute sage-talk – just REAL actionable safety management information you can use NOW!
Why it’s on the list: Apolonia produces rich content by interviewing CEO’s to front line workers. The information is well rounded including safety storytelling and ROI case studies.
It is clear that safety is a true passion for the True Safety team. And they are located in Greely, Colorado which is in my own backyard.
Channel description: Apolonia Rockwell and my passion is helping get more workers home safe. From the first day on the job as a Safety Manager, I saw that most incidents happen because of a lack of safety culture. On this channel, we will bring you resources and conversations that help safety managers build better safety programs that have less incidents and better ratings. Make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss a video!
Bonus Video Resource
Sospes has a great vimeo collection of EHS resources ranging from on-demand webinars to how to use safety software for leading indicators. Check it out!