Adam Rollins graduated with a bachelor’s degree in occupational safety and health in 2016, going to work for a heavy manufacturer that he had done internships with. His title is EHS Manager, and his true name is not Adam. Using a pseudonym avoids having to get clearance from his company’s legal department. Come next month, January 2019, we’ll be but 11 years from 2030. In 2030, Adam will have 14 years of experience and be in his prime, 38 years old. What will his EHS world, and the broader business world, look like?
Here are ISHN’s predictions, based on interviews with more than a dozen EHS pros and research into future projections of all varieties.