2015 EHS Compliance Excellence Conference

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2015 EHS Compliance Excellence Conference

The basis of an effective EHS program remains the strength of its management system and how thoroughly it is integrated into business practices. Focusing on the core of EHS responsibilities, this conference will bring together a diverse group of EHS professionals to discuss the most effective ways to ensure compliance, reduce risk and drive business results. Attend this conference for case studies and interactive dialogue on emerging trends and issues in EHS management including EHS auditing, data management, risk management, and staffing challenges. For more information, please visit: http://ehscompliance.naem.org/index.php

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The Origins of an Environmental Management System at Stella-Jones Corp.
By Jessica Tierney, Senior Compliance Specialist with EHS Support. Mergers, acquisitions and international expansion are at an all-time high since the 2009 recession. With lenders, private equity firms and strategic companies doing more deals, there is more pressure on corporate EHS teams to integrate quickly and maintain...
Jul 24, 2015 3:35 PM ET
From a Similar Foundation, Many Solutions to Managing Compliance
When environment, health and safety (EHS), and sustainability leaders met at NAEM’s conference in Atlanta last month to benchmark their compliance programs, one takeaway was clear: there’s no ‘right’ way to manage compliance. “What struck me most was the diverse...
Jul 24, 2015 2:55 PM ET
New Risks and Questions Emerge as Regulatory Landscape Evolves
If compliance is easier when risks and expectations are clearly defined, then the emerging compliance landscape may be anything but easy, according to Mark Heaney, Vice President with AlterEcho. “You still have to be in regulatory compliance, and those regulations are all over the place and evolving, and you’ve got these supply chain pressures so you’...
Jul 3, 2015 3:45 PM ET