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Each June as part of National Safety Month, the National Security Council encourages extra care and precaution in maintaining personal and work safety. As you can imagine, heat is one of the biggest safety concerns in the summer. While most people may think of heat stroke and heat exhaustion as being something that affects athletes and outdoor laborers, many others are exposed to high levels of heat in the workplace. Factory, warehouse, industrial employees and other indoor workers are equally susceptible to the ravages of high temperatures. In a confined space, especially with heat-generating equipment and appliances, employees can quickly become exhausted and overheated. For workers wearing protective gear, they are at an even higher risk for heat-related issues given that protective gear can trap heat next to the body.

If you are a manager or owner of a business that conducts work in a non-air-conditioned setting or an open and difficult to cool workspace, it is important to assess the risks ahead of a heat-related illness or injury. Here we discuss how heat impacts workers and management.

MicheoBAEGisselle Micheo of BAE Systems shares her perspective on women and careers in technology.

The Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu is a nonprofit organization helping women to succeed in cyber security. The society says that while 50 percent of jobs in all occupations are held by women – including 25 percent in computing occupations – the percentage drops to just 11 in the information security field. Clearly, there is room for growth.

Gisselle Micheo joined BAE Systems in 2015 as the vice president of the Business Solutions Group (BSG) for the Americas. With more than 20 years of experience in the financial and technology sectors, Gisselle plays a key role in the development of industry thought leadership efforts in the areas of Financial Crime, Cyber Crime, Managed Security Services and Managed Application Services. She is passionate about her profession but equally fervent about helping women succeed in this business.

We recently asked Gisselle to share some thoughts on career advice for women in information services. Following are some key takeaways from the interview:

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Supply chain automation is often thought of as machines and robots replacing humans to lower costs, improve quality, and reduce risks in the production and movement of materials and finished products. As companies integrated their supply chains with suppliers and customers and eliminated siloed functions within their own organizations over the past thirty years, however, ensuring that data is easily accessible by the right people at the right time has become critically important.

ProImpSpr2016How industry collaboration drives cross-industry evolution.

With a renewed emphasis on creating consumer-centric supply chains, industry collaboration has become essential to effectively move businesses forward. Now is an exciting, yet tumultuous time across multiple industries, where disruption is the new normal. In the retail industry, for example, the consumer now demands access to information and to make purchases whenever and wherever they want. The food industry is focusing on the newfound empowerment of consumers, who need to know more about how their food is processed, where it comes from and its ingredients. In healthcare, patient safety is increasingly bolstered by new regulations for identification and tracking of drugs and medical devices.

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