Royal Alberta Museum loves accidental paleontologists (No Harm Podcast Episode 21)

In episode 21 of the No Harm HSE podcast, Marv talks to Chris Jass at the Royal Alberta Museum about the most awesome aspect of operating sand and gravel pits and other industrial businesses where excavation is part of the process.

Ice age fossils!

You'll learn how the "accidental paleontologists" of industry work with the Royal Alberta Museum to piece together our prehistoric past.

Remember Edmonton's "sewer-saurus" discovery? This sort of thing happens more often than you think. Marv talks to Chris about the sewer-saurus, other discoveries, and what happens to these bones and fossils after they are unearthed by industry.

No Harm is the health and safety podcast for HSE professionals. We explore issues and initiatives to help you sharpen your professional skills and better understand emerging issues. The No Harm Podcast is hosted by Marvin Polis of Stimulant Strategies and Productions, a veteran producer of HSE video productions and publications for municipalities and corporations. Marvin talks to guests who share your passion for safety at work and beyond.

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All the best, everyone. And stay safe.

Marvin Polis