Leading Crisis Management
Jason Townsell, CSP, Vice President, Safety Health and Environment at Parson Corporation
Jason Townsell is Vice President of SH&E for the Connected Communities Market at Centreville, Virginia-based Parsons Corporation, a digitally enabled solutions provider in the defense, intelligence, and critical infrastructure markets with 2019 revenues exceeding $4 billion. Jason is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and holds a master’s degree in occupational safety and health as well as a bachelor’s degree in fire science. Jason was recognized as a Rising Star of Safety by the National Safety Council in 2014 and a Future Leader of EHS by EHS Today Magazine in 2010. He has served as consultant, team and program leader, and lead instructor on projects and programs of varying scopes and sizes.
As Parsons’ Vice President of SH&E in the Connected Communities Market, Jason collaborates with business market leaders and program SH&E professionals to ensure work on all business market programs conforms to the corporate strategy for business market program performance excellence. Parsons was most recently rewarded the prestigious Robert W. Campbell Award in 2019 under his leadership.
Topics addressed in this episode:
– How crisis management been utilized at Parsons 2019 Campbell Award and the valuable learning experience along the way
– Jason’s position on leadership within SH&E and how crucial it is to lead well
– Jason’s recommendations for successful integration between safety & operations
– What you can apply within your SH&E department today to improve safety culture & community