Risk Performance Podcasts

Rick Jones on Captives and Quarterbacking Incidents

Rick Jones on Captives and Quarterbacking Incidents

 
 
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Rick Jones serves on the Board of Directors of The Caton Companies based in Charlottesville, Virginia, managing their insurance and Risk Performance efforts. He is an active and vocal member of the Generations Group Captive, where he has served on the Risk Control Committee for nearly 20 years. He is a challenger, a coach, a life-long learner, and tirelessly works to ensure all incidents receive the deserved attention by all stakeholders during the reporting and review process. 

Dr. Christopher Winter – Sleep: “It Matters!”

Dr. Christopher Winter – Sleep: “It Matters!”

 
 
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Scott RPG team members Jimbo Redmond and Alex Shaw discuss the importance of sleep to an employee’s overall health and work productivity with Dr. Christopher Winter, a speaker, writer, and researcher on the science of sleep.  Dr. Winter practices sleep medicine and neurology in Charlottesville, Virginia and has been involved in sleep medicine and sleep research since 1993 including work with the MLB, NBA, NHL, and US Women’s soccer team. He is also the author “The Sleep Solution: Why Your Sleep Is Broken and How to Fix It.”

 

Shelomith Gonzalez: You have to care

Shelomith Gonzalez: You have to care

 
 
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In this episode, Shelomith Gonzalez, Safety Manager at R.E. Lee Companies, Alex Shaw, and Jimbo Redmond discuss carbonated water and Shelomith’s story. Our conversation ranges from the experiential, organic nature of Shelosmith’s development as a safety professional to her philosophy on prioritizing efforts towards what really matters, to using employees as a resource for exploration, discovery, and improvement.

Meherrin Risk Performance Leadership Team

Meherrin Risk Performance Leadership Team

 
 
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Scott RPG team members Jimbo Redmond, Brent Long, and Alex Shaw sit down with Rene Veilleux of Meherrin Agriculture to discuss their journey navigating regular Risk Performance Leadership Team meetings. The conversation covers some of the differences between these teams and safety committees, the importance of going grassroots, and sticking to the game plan even when meetings feel dry.

Personal Risk Index: Where is your home’s main water shut off valve?

Personal Risk Index: Where is your home’s main water shut off valve?

 
 
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Scott Risk Performance team members Alex Shaw, Jimbo Redmond, Jacob Dahlin, and Bennett Whitehouse discuss the quality of life as the centerpiece to better manage risk at work and in our personal lives and share a tool that can be leveraged to create awareness for individual risk performance in the workplace as well as at home.