Jennifer Busick earned her B.S., with a major in industrial hygiene, from Purdue University and a Master’s in Public Health from the University of South Carolina. She has been writing about workplace safety and health for two decades. Her work has appeared in print and online in the Safety Compliance Letter, Safety Now, Industrial Safety & Hygiene News, Safety Management, Maintenance Management, GoHealthNow, 7-Minute Safety Trainer, eHealthcare Strategy and Trends, Safety Daily Advisor, EHS Daily Advisor, and other places. She has written special supplements for Business and Legal Reports on ergonomics, workplace violence prevention, workplace hazard assessment, and biohazards in the workplace, and has written twenty white papers for BLR and for Industrial Safety & Hygiene News/Avetta on environmental health and safety, corporate culture, and sustainability. Busick was the editor of the Cal/OSHA Compliance Advisor for twelve years, until it ceased publication in 2017. She has published six books on safety and health in the workplace. Two are still in print: the OSHA Compliance Guide for Medical Employersand the OSHA Training Guide for Medical Employers, available from Blue Gavel Press.
When she’s not brewing another book, article, or presentation, Busick volunteers with the Child Life program at her local hospital, reads a lot of science fiction and nonfiction, and tries to keep up with her two daughters—one is a theater kid, and the other is a basketball player, so she never lacks for things to do on the weekend.