ISHN invites you to contribute articles
Occupational safety experts: We want YOU to share your safety and health experiences, insights and subject matter with our 71,000 subscribers!
Industrial Safety & Health News is opening the doors and inviting experts in all fields relating to workplace safety to contribute articles to the magazine that is the leading editorial content provider in the safety and health marketplace.
What we're looking for
Whether your knowledge is about ways to ways to limit occupational exposure to hazardous materials; identify and manage risks; improve a company’s safety culture; prevent accidents and injuries; select, use and maintain protective equipment, whether it’s industry-specific or broad-based, we’d like to hear from you. If you can help further a reader's understanding of FR or PPE or guide them through the details of OSHA regulations or NIOSH research, if you can explore safety issues through real life examples or innovative thought, we'd like to hear from you.
Here are a few of the writers who've contributed to ISHN:
- E. Scott Geller Ph.D., Senior Partner, Safety Performance Solutions, Distinguished Professor, Virginia Tech
- David J. Sarkus, MS, CSP, President and Founder of David Sarkus International, a leading health and safety management consulting and training firm.
- Timothy Ludwig Ph.D., consultant and commissioner for Behavioral Safety Accreditation at the non-profit Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies and behavioral psychology teacher at Appalachian State University.
- Dan Markiewicz, MS, CIH, CSP, CHMM, an independent environmental health and safety consultant.
By contributing content to safety professionals’ number one source for information, you’ll gain professional exposure and help build your brand. Each article includes the author’s bio and contact information.
All magazines articles are posted and archived online at www.ISHN.com, which means they remain available long-term for readers seeking the information you provide. Posted articles can be shared via social media platforms and may be featured in ISHN’s eNewsletters and eBooks.
Contact ISHN Managing Editor Benita Mehta today to find out about opportunities: firstname.lastname@example.org.