Webinar: Building the Business Case for Intergrated EHS Managment in Process Industry: July 15, 2015 at 11:00 AM EST
To ensure ongoing operational excellence, process industry companies must proactively mitigate and manage operational risk. Failure to do so can not only adversely impact uptime, throughput and product quality, but can also cause serious injuries, environmental damage and result in higher operating costs. And this is an ongoing problem. Just take a look at a list of current incidents in the chemical industry, everything from fires, spills, leaks, to explosions.
In this webinar, you will learn about unique aspects of EHS excellence in the process industry, the business case for integrated EHS management system and an overview of EHS solutions for incident management, management of change, and EHS compliance and risk management.
Join leaders from ERM and SAP on July 15, 2015 at 11:00 am EST.to discuss:
- Current trends and best practices in the process industries
- How integrated EHS solutions are essential for performance improvement
- SAP solutions for achieving EHS Excellence
Charles Corbit, PMP®, is a partner with ERM focused on ERM’s SAP Practice. He has over 20 years of experience in EH&S information systems management projects. His experience includes requirements, design, implementation, and management of EH&S projects, software selection, and data integration. His primary experience has been in providing functional & technical oversight for global operational risk management systems and EH&S compliance in the Chemical and Oil & Gas Sectors. He has a B.S. Chemistry from Albright College.
Mary Kilgo is Sr. Director, Environment, Health and Safety Solutions at SAP. She has global responsibility for solution strategy, go-to-market strategy, and sales enablement in the area of EHS. Mary joined SAP after 25 years working for global companies in the chemical process industry, managing EHS, Operations, Quality Assurance, and Engineering, and implementing ISO9001 and ISO14001. Mary holds an MBA from The Anderson School at UCLA and a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from The Georgia Institute of Technology.
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