Many organizations today struggle to comply with current global regulations and effectively manage environmental, health and safety (EH&S) programs.  Historically, many programs have been managed manually not providing actionable EH&S intelligence or analysis on demand.  Failure to establish and deliver an effective program increases risk and costs throughout the organization and compromises your ability to achieve sustained compliance.  Successful EH&S programs have at their core, the ability to measure, analyze, and improve their performance throughout business operations.

This important webinar is a must-view for ALL EH&S professionals.  We will explore current challenges and best practices in establishing and delivering a fully automated process for environmental health and safety management.   In this important seminar, we will cover such topics as:

  • EH&S Challenges & Opportunities For 2010 and Beyond
  • Sustained Competitiveness:  The New EH&S Imperative
  • Integrated EH&S Solutions
  • EH&S Best Practices:
    • Governance, Reporting, & Analysis
    • Risk Assessment
    • Waste Management
    • Occupational Health Management
    • Audit Management
    • Safety Management
    • HACCP Management
    • Technology Best Practices

The seminar will be co-hosted by Dr. Dan Gallagher and Valarie King-Bailey. 

Dr. Dan Gallagher is a seasoned EH&S professional with deep practical experience and a proven track record in inititating, creating, and implementing safety (OSHAS18001), quality (ISO9001), and environmental (ISO14001) management systems to international standards and Integrated Pollution Preventation and Control (IPPC) requirements.  He has been invited as a guest speaker at numerous safety and environmental conferences and has been appointed as an invited lecturer for UCC for the BE in Process & Chemical Engineering and BSc Environmental Engineering programs.  Dr. Gallagher holds a PhD in Environmental Safety and is a member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (MIOSH). 

Co-Host Valarie King-Bailey holds a B.S. in Civil & Environmental Engineering from the University of Wisconsin - Madison ('82) and an M.B.A. in Information Systems from Keller Graduate School of Management in Chicago.  She has served as an environmental engineer for leading multi-national companies such as U.S. Steel and Integraph Corporation.  Ms. King-Bailey has focused most of her career in helping organizations with the implementation and deployment of enterprise EH&S technology solutions.

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