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Proactive Risk Management for HSEQ – Past, Present and Future

When

8/23/17 12:00 pm to 8/23/17 1:00 pm CDT

Event Description

Proactive risk management is a discipline that an organization must make an integral part of the overall business strategy to drive competitive advantage and sustain growth and profitability. By leveraging people, processes and innovative technologies to build a strong proactive risk management framework, organizations can spend more time analyzing data, focus on leading indicators and provide more meaningful insights with regards to an organization’s safety culture.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The proactive risk management approach for HSEQ
  • How to leverage people, processes and innovative technologies to encourage proactive risk management
  • How leading indicators and analytics can help monitor and assess an organization’s safety management system and safety culture
  • The ROI with regards to a proactive risk management approach
  • Business cases for how proactive risk management can transform an organization to achieve operational excellence

Presenter

Sean Salvas, HSEQ Product Manager, EtQ

Sean Salvas is the HSEQ product manager for EtQ. Salvas is a highly qualified performance-oriented professional with field, consulting and management experience in the development, implementation and improvement of environmental, health and safety (EHS) and sustainability systems. He is known for creating a strong safety culture by using sound judgment in managing occupational hazards and risk while providing innovative and practical solutions to ensure a safe and compliant workplace. Salvas has spent the last ten years at leading Fortune 100 companies focused in the semiconductor, aerospace and technology sectors. He has an M.S. from Auburn University and a B.S. from Western New England University both in industrial and systems engineering with advanced research and focus in EHS and human factors.


Moderator

Alan Ferguson, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine

Alan Ferguson covers worker safety for Safety+Health.