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EHSQ – Real World Examples of the Convergence of EHS and Quality


5/21/20 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm CDT

Event Description

Join a panel of your peers and industry experts for an interactive look into the convergence of environmental, health and safety and quality management software to create an integrated platform for continuous improvement. You’ll learn from leading brands that use a single platform to manage both quality and EHS, as well as about the drivers, costs, benefits, best practices and lessons learned.

You’ll also hear findings from a recent survey of safety and quality professionals on the impact COVID-19 is having on their business and work processes, and how they are responding to the new working environment.

Join us for this webinar to learn about:

  • The drivers for combining EHS and quality into a single platform
  • Best practices and lessons learned from leading organizations that have successfully combined EHS and quality (EHSQ)
  • How to decide if EHSQ makes sense for your company
  • About the impact of COVID-19 and related business adjustments


Morgan Palmer, Chief Technology Officer, ETQ

Morgan has more than 20 years of experience delivering software solutions. Morgan joined ETQ to create the company’s first software application and is now responsible for Reliance – ETQ’s flagship product for quality, environmental and safety management. As ETQ’s chief technology officer, Morgan continues to drive the innovation and strategy that make ETQ the leading provider in the markets it serves.

Cathy DeMars, Global Common Management Systems Leader, Corteva Agriscience

Cathy is an engineer with more than 30 years of experience in finding solutions and solving problems. Her passion to continually grow and embrace changes and challenges are evident from her career journey. Dow Chemical, and now Corteva Agriscience, allowed her to have diverse roles in a variety of different functions, including manufacturing, supply chain, procurement, human resources, research and development, and quality, as well as experience in different businesses, plastics, chemicals and agriculture. In her most recent role, she is using her functional knowledge, change management skills and ambition to lead the design and implement an agile enterprise management system. Cathy has a bachelor’s in industrial engineering, a master’s in operations management, and has APIC and Six Sigma certifications.

Kevin Trotter, IT Application Consultant, Chemours

Kevin has 24 years of experience working with and supporting management system applications. He has a bachelor’s degree in computer and electronic systems engineering from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. He has held various roles, including information technology manager; SAP implementation project lead; country leader IT operations UK; and IT leader for EHS applications and document management. More recently, his focus has been on the EHS application portfolio, and primarily the fresh EtQ Reliance implementation and companywide process alignment.

Stephanie Taylor, Global Director, AECOM

Stephanie has been working with clients for more than 25 years, supporting the development of their management systems and compliance programs, focusing on harmonized, enterprise workflows and the selection and implementation of the digital solutions designed to enable those systems and programs. Stephanie is also a member of AECOM’s Innovation Council, established to identify and incorporate innovation and digital solutions in AECOM’s operations and service offerings. Stephanie has a degree in chemical engineering from Northwestern University and lives in Austin, TX, with her husband, son and golden retriever.


Alan Ferguson, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine.

Alan covers worker safety for Safety+Health.



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