Free webinar: Risk Management in Environmental Health and Safety Management Systems
June 19, 12:00 p.m. Central Daylight TimeRegister today!
As organizations increase in complexity and scope, the ability to maintain EHS compliance becomes a challenge. Implementing a risk-management process within EHS operations is becoming a growing trend in bench marking compliance, making more informed decisions and enhancing visibility into areas of improvement within the organization. This webinar will look into understanding the core concepts behind risk management and how incorporating risk management into EHS initiatives helps foster faster response to high-risk events.
Join us as we look at the best practices in defining proactive and reactive risk factors for an organization and the critical areas where risk can be applied in EHS initiatives to ensure the highest level of quality and compliance.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- Best practices in defining risk management processes
- Paths for success for implementing a risk-based strategy
- The various EHS areas in which risk can be applied
- Common risk tools and methodologies with real-world examples
Tim Lozier has an extensive background in software technology and has been involved in the creation of leading-edge technologies in user-interface design and development. Lozier is responsible for fostering the development of leading quality management software solutions, and has helped shape EtQ's strategic vision. He provides strategic leadership for EtQ, the leading Enterprise Quality, Environmental Health and Safety, and Compliance Management Software for identifying, mitigating and preventing high-risk events through integration, automation and collaboration.
Kyle Morrison covers occupational safety and workplace safety regulation for the magazine. He will moderate the session.
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