2020 NAEM EHS and Sustainability Management Forum
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EHS & Sustainability Management Virtual Agenda - Oct. 20-22

The 2020 EHS & Sustainability Management Forum is a 3-day virtual conference experience filled with educational programming, a robust virtual exhibit hall and engaging networking events and discussions for EHS&S leaders at all stages of their career journey!


Agenda and Tracks

Track: Strategic EHS&S Leadership
Track: Planning for a Sustainable Future
Track: Compliance & Risk Management
Track: New Challenges for EHS&S
Track: EHS&S Essentials


Schedule - Tuesday, October 20, 2020

11:00 a.m. - 11:10 a.m. (ET)

Opening Remarks


  • Carol Singer Neuvelt, Executive Director; NAEM
  • Sandy NessingManaging Director Corporate Sustainability; American Electric Power Co. Inc.

11:10 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. (ET)

Opening Keynote: COVID-19, Climate, and the Clean Economy: Gigatrends Changing the World

The scale and impact of the pandemic is forever changing business and society. But the global trends that were driving business to embrace sustainability, like climate change and inequality, remain and are growing in importance every day. COVID has accelerated some of these shifts, and exposed some uncomfortable truths about the world. Andrew Winston, a globally recognized speaker and business strategy expert, lays out what companies are dealing with today, and the growing expectations that they will solve society's biggest challenges. His talk provides key reflections on what we've been learning in this remarkable time, and how business needs to move forward to build a thriving world.


Andrew Winston, Thought-leading Author, Founder; Winston Eco-Strategies

Andrew Winston

Thought-leading Author, Founder

Winston Eco-Strategies


11:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. (ET)

In Conversation with Andrew Winston

Armchair interview and audience Q&A with Andrew Winston.


  • Andrew Winston, Thought-leading Author, Founder; Winston Eco-Strategies - Biography

12:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. (ET)


12:45 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. (ET)

Driving Safety Culture and Performance

To drive safety performance, do you focus on leadership or culture? Successful organizations are employing a variety of strategies, breaking old habits, and trying new approaches. In this session, we will share what works and what does not to help deliver a paradigm shift for your organization's safety performance.


  • Dave Eherts, Vice President of EHS; Allergan plc - Bio
  • John Frankenberger, Director Health & Safety; Danone North America - Bio


Moderator: Paul Robbertz, Senior Director, Environmental Health & Safety; Danone North America - Bio

Successful Strategies that Effective Sustainable Supply Chains Have in Common

Learn from supply chain sustainability leaders from a diverse set of industries how they have used collaboration, scorecards, and other tools to engage suppliers in meaningful sustainability improvements. Panelists will discuss specific strategies for addressing the gap between EHS&S and purchasing, as well as how they onboard suppliers. Hear pragmatic discussion about how these leaders are assessing supply chain risk and working to ensure they don't have unplanned business interruptions.


  • Kim Bach-Vu, Corporate Social Responsibility Leader; Tailored Brands Inc.
  • Bridget Ferrari, Associate Director, Responsible Sourcing; Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. - Bio
  • John Gabriel, Project Executive, Global Supply Chain; IBM Corp. - Bio
  • Adam Schafer, Director, Supply Chain and Sustainability; Intel Corp. - Bio


Moderator: Martha Coopersmith-Gray, Director EHS&S; Amphenol Corp. - Bio

Designing EHS Audits For Actionable Insight

EHS Leaders are challenged to monitor and assure compliance at a large number of potentially very diverse sites with limited audit resources and budgets. The COVID-19 pandemic has added another layer of challenge to get the most valuable results. In this session you will hear from 3 EHS Audit Leaders on the evolution of their corporate audit programs, ensuring that their programs deliver valuable results and how they are using technology to enhance their programs and conduct remote audits.


  • Eric Chang, Manager of Environmental Audit; Norfolk Southern Corp. - Bio
  • Roy Litzenberg, EHS&S Audit Manager; Koch Companies LLC - Bio
  • Wade Miller, Lead Auditor; Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. - Bio


Moderator: Alicia Hartley, Business Development Manager; TetraTech Inc. - Bio

Building Internal Partnerships for Better EHS Results

This session will look at strategies for “operationalizing” or integrating EHS&S programs into an organization's operations in order to more effectively ensure compliance, improve performance, and gain new advantages. We will explore two case studies, one from a retail perspective and the other from manufacturing and look at a range of EHS processes and programs from refrigerant management to lockout/tagout.


  • Debbie Heuckeroth, P.E., Manager, Environmental Health, Safety & Sustainability; Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health - Bio
  • Charles Malaniak, Environmental Compliance Manager; Wakefern Food Corp. - Bio


Moderator: Barbara Jo Ruble, President; Specialty Technical Consultants Inc. - Bio

1:45 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. (ET)


2:15 p.m. - 2:35 p.m. (ET)

From Water Stewardship to Strategy: Driving Business Value and Growth

Introductory Presentation


  • Will Sarni, Founder and CEO; Water Foundry LLC - Bio

How Technology is Transforming EHS

Introductory Presentation


  • Matt Airhart, President and Chief Operation Officer; VelocityEHS - Bio

Practical Advice for Managing PFAS Risk

Introductory Presentation


  • Michael Hecker, Partner; Hodgson Russ LLP - Bio

Building an EHS Scorecard for Better Results

Introductory Presentation


  • Charles Malaniak, Environmental Compliance Manager; Wakefern Food Corp. - Bio

2:35 p.m. - 3:50 p.m. (ET)

The Business Case for Water Stewardship

Water is a key issue for sustainability and business continuity; however, assessing the true cost of water isn't cut and dry. This session will delve into a variety of questions that need to be addressed when taking a strategic approach to water stewardship, including: how are you assessing your products, plants, manufacturing operations, supply chains and transportation viability if there is water scarcity? How are you determining which or your plants, products, suppliers will be affected by water stress? Speakers will discuss how EHS&S leaders can identify their company's role, if any, in the community's water use plans and how they can assess the future state of water. Come away better able to advice your organization on how to manage water that my not always be available.


  • Paul Fleming, Water Program Manager; Microsoft Corp. - Bio
  • Jason Morrison, Head; CEO Water Mandate - Bio
  • Truke Smoor, Environmental Compliance & Sustainability Director – Water; Cargill Inc. - Bio


Moderator: Giulia Siccardo, Associate Partner; McKinsey & Co. - Bio

Technology Transformation and its Impact on EHS

Gain a big picture understanding of the ways technology, both emerging tech as well as commonly available tools, is changing how EHS gets done. Then join us as we dive into a lineup of four EHS leaders discussing different technologies they are using that have allowed them to save time, reduce risk, collect and use data more effectively and achieved dramatic gains in EHS performance. Come away with ideas for how different technologies could help you overcome challenges and achieve your goals.


  • Jeff Mann, Senior EHS Manager; Danfoss Power Solutions Co.
  • Stephanie Taylor, Director Management Information Systems - EHS, Sustainability, Quality; AECOM - Bio
  • Lou Vale, Environmental Auditor - Project Manager; APTIM
  • Stephanie Ortiz Watkins, Manager, Environmental Leases; BNSF Railway Co. - Bio


Moderator: Luis Costa, Senior Manager, Governance; Lockheed Martin Corp. - Bio

Practical Advice for Managing PFAS Risk

Risks associated with per- and poly-fluoroalkyl (PFAS) substances are evolving on a regular basis – whether it be from Federal and State regulatory changes, stakeholder perception, litigation, or internal operational concerns. EHS&S professionals are trying to manage the myriad of risks on a portfolio-wide basis, while still working across internal risk management structures to ensure necessary parties are appropriately engaged. How do you competently address this evolving EHS risk? How do you manage these issues when they change on a site-by-site basis? This panel session will include a discussion on how to look at these risks from an internal risk function, including from an operational and remedial perspective.


  • Jayne Cunningham, Global Focus Group Leader; Beazley plc - Bio
  • Victoria Hollinger, EHS Counsel; FMC Corp. - Bio
  • Grant Trigger, Remediation Manager; RACER (Revitalizing Auto Communities Environmental Response) Trust - Bio


Moderator: Michael Hecker, Partner; Hodgson Russ LLP - Bio

Metrics That Matter: Revamping Your EHS Scorecard

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and metrics are critical to ensuring EHS&S organizations are meeting their goals. This session will provide attendees with examples of different approaches to score cards and performance tracking mechanisms. Attend and benchmark your own tools and metrics, or if you're just starting out, come away with pragmatic ideas for what to include on your scorecard and a clear understanding of how to use these tools to drive performance improvement.


  • Dana Doerfler, Senior Manager EHS Business Systems; Pfizer Inc. - Bio
  • Michael Hagerty, Vice President, Safety & Security; Flowers Foods Inc. - Bio
  • Tiffin Shewmake, Executive Director, Retail Compliance Center and Vice President; Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) - Bio


Moderator: Charles Malaniak, Environmental Compliance Manager; Wakefern Food Corp. - Bio

3:50 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. (ET)

Closing Remarks



Schedule - Wednesday, October 21, 2020

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (ET)

Morning Coffee Connections & Roundtable Discussions

Join your peers for lively networking discussions on a variety of topics. Say hello to old friends and meet new colleagues. Don't forget your coffee or tea!

Each group has a limited capacity of 50 people, so if a session is full you can try joining a different one.


Digital Pandemic Risk Management Solutions for Employee Health and Safety - Sponsored by Gensuite

Safety + Sustainability Culture & Behavior Change - Sponsored by KPA

Strengthening and Sustaining a Culture of Health for Business - Sponsored by Redinger Group


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11:00 a.m. (ET)

Opening Remarks


  • Virginia Hoekenga, Executive Director; NAEM

11:10 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (ET)

Keynote Panel: Leading Sustainability and EHS into 2021 and Beyond

Join us for an armchair conversation with 3 leaders in the EHS and Sustainability field as they discuss their experiences and reflections leading during a very unusual year. Come away with insights on common areas of success, challenges and how they are preparing to lead into 2021.


Roma McCaig, Vice President-Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability; Campbell Soup Company

Roma McCaig

Vice President-Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

Campbell Soup Company



John Novotny, Director of Environmental Control & Capital Project Management; Corning Inc.

John Novotny

Director of Environmental Control & Capital Project Management

Corning Inc.


Moderator: Kris Morico, Vice President of EHS; Baxter International Inc. - Bio

12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m. (ET)


12:45 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. (ET)

Maintaining Leadership Presence When You're Not Present

Join industry leaders in a conversation about how to effectively lead in a virtual setting whether due to geographic locations of your team, work remote policies due to the pandemic or the resultant new normal. Gain insights on how to engage with your teams and with senior leadership from your home office or other remote locations. Explore ways to create opportunity for connecting and collaborating in absence of the in-person conference rooms and water cooler conversations. Resources and references will be shared from experienced leaders.


  • Lara Malatesta, Director of Environmental Risk and Compliance; Aramark Corp. - Bio
  • Kelvin Roth, Vice President, Environmental, Health, Safety & Quality; CF Industries Inc. - Bio


Moderator: Nicole Wilkinson, Director, Corporate Environmental; CVS Health Corp - Bio

Case Studies: Leaders Who Achieved Dramatic Climate Outcomes

In this session attendees will hear from colleagues who have achieved significant carbon reductions in their businesses and will detail methods for stating the problem, developing the strategy, engaging stakeholders, and measuring the results of their climate action efforts. Attendees will be able to take away lessons learned and implement or enhance programs at their own businesses to tackle this urgent challenge.


  • Johanna Jobin, Global Head Corporate Reputation & Responsibility; Biogen Inc. - Bio
  • Emilio Tenuta, Senior Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer; Ecolab Inc. - Bio
  • Jennifer Wright, Director of EHS & Sustainability; Biogen Inc.


Moderator: Elliot Levine, Environmental Engineer; Genentech Inc. - Bio

Managing EHS&S Risks in the New Reality

Organizations cannot prevent all potential risks to their business, whether from a pandemic, natural disaster, or organization changes. However, they can plan for any risk related impact to all aspects of their EHS&S organization. This session will provide tactical best practices associated with Regulatory Compliance, Occupational Hazards, Natural Disasters and Force Majeure, Employee Health and Wellness, and Environmental Impact from industry leaders who have successfully pivoted to address these headwinds.


  • Jim Cline, Global Leader Environment, Health, Safety, Sustainability & Physical Security; Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. - Bio
  • Natalie Pryde, QHSE Director; CBRE Group Inc. - Bio
  • Brad Waldron, Head of EHS & Insurance; Carvana Co. - Bio


Moderator: Beth Myers-Graham, Senior Vice President; AECOM - Bio


1:45 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. (ET)


2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. (ET)

From Technical to Management: Evolving into a Leadership Role

Many EHS professionals go to school and obtain a technical degree in environmental engineering, sciences, or other areas. This gives them the skills for their first job but not necessarily for later advancement into management or leadership levels. This session will discuss recommended skills EHS professionals should seek as they progress through their careers both in terms of additional education and in stretch or developmental work assignments. Panelists will explore questions like: How do you prepare for your next promotion? How is mentoring and coaching changing now that everyone is remote? What skills do you need to lead?


  • Candace DiCresce, Senior Director, Safety & Wellbeing; Rogers Communications Inc. - Bio
  • Ben Jesmer, EHS Director, NBC Sports Remotes and Golf Channel Headquarters; NBC Universal Orlando - Bio
  • David Williams, Associate Director, EHS; Merck & Co. Inc. - Bio


Moderator: David Newman, Senior Director, EHS; Comcast Corp./NBC Universal Media LLC - Bio

Tackling the New Challenges of Zero Waste Goals

Many companies have embraced the concept of zero waste to landfill (ZWTL) and a variety of methods and waste accounting programs have emerged to promote zero landfill initiatives. This session will discuss the leading zero waste to landfill certification methods and include presentations from companies that have successfully implemented zero waste to landfill programs. The session will provide an overview of the financial case for ZWTL programs and address the challenges of waste and recycling under global recycling market changes. Attendees will leave with a better sense of if and how ZWTL efforts are having real impacts on the environment.


  • Brijesh Krishnan, Waste Management & Environmental Leader, Cummins Inc. - Bio
  • Katie Ochoa, Senior Corporate Sustainability Manager; L3Harris Technologies Inc. - Bio
  • Dimitri Shanin, Senior Manager - Sustainability Operations & Environmental Management; Raytheon Intelligence & Space - Bio


Moderator: Rick Love, Associate Director, Environmental Stewardship; United Technologies Corp. - Bio

Are You Thriving or Surviving? The Pandemic's Impact on Managing EHS

Join a panel of EHS leaders from companies significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and hear how they have managed EHS risks and programs through this unprecedented time. This interactive discussion will challenge conventional thinking. Panelists will share how they have leveraged the pandemic to advance the EHS agenda, as well as how their teams have stayed nimble, adjusted and maintained EHS effectiveness amidst significant change and challenges.


  • Allan Fernandes, Vice President, Global Risk Control; Aramark Corp. - Bio
  • John Kipp, Vice President of Total Health; Comcast Corp. - Bio


Moderator: Lara Malatesta, Director of Quality and Management Systems, Aramark Corp. - Bio

2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. (ET)

Charting your Roadmap to Embrace EHS&S 4.0 During the Digital Transformation

EHS&S 4.0 is the Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability (EHS&S) profession’s answer to the challenge of Industry 4.0. This session will provide you a vision and strategy to leverage your diverse Digital EHS&S goals and adopt an EHS&S 4.0 digital transformation.


  • Jessica Francisco, Head of Sustainability - North America; Arcadis - Bio
  • Mark Weitner, Vice President, Digital EHS&S; Arcadis - Bio

3:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. (ET)


3:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. (ET)

Keynote: Accelerating Progress on Sustainability in the COVID-19 Era

The pandemic has driven home the interconnectedness and fragility of our global systems. Because of this, we are experiencing a willingness to make sweeping changes to the way we work and live. This keynote will explore areas where sustainability leaders with a bold vision can leverage this window of opportunity to drive meaningful change.


Kevin Moss, Global Director of the Center for Sustainable Business; World Resources Institute (WRI)

Kevin Moss

Global Director of the Center for Sustainable Business

World Resources Institute (WRI)


4:00 - 4:10 p.m. (ET)

End of Day Remarks



Schedule - Thursday, October 22, 2020

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (ET)

Morning Coffee Connections & Roundtable Discussions

Join your peers for lively networking discussions on a variety of topics. Say hello to old friends and meet new colleagues. Don't forget your coffee or tea!

Each group has a limited capacity of 50 people, so if a session is full you can try joining a different one.


Reshaping Today for a Resilient Tomorrow - Sponsored by GHD

The Future of Air Emissions Reporting - Sponsored by Enablon

The Journey from Raw Data to the Right Decision - Sponsored by Intelex


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11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (ET)

Pros and Cons of Onsite Occupational Health Services

This session will examine the business risks and opportunities for onsite occupational health services. What are the business impacts on worker health and safety and health and wellness services? What are the cost savings and business benefits? Hear from EHS leaders with onsite and outsourced services and dig into the pros and cons of each approach.


  • Virginia Hebard, Global Occupational Health Principal Specialist; Abbvie Inc. - Bio
  • Lynn McKenna, Claims Manager; Wakefern Food Corp. - Bio
  • Anne Marie Tsolinas, Associate Director, Health Services, EHS; Genentech, A Member of the Roche Group - Bio


Moderator: Sulaiman Hamidi, Director, EHS; Allergan plc - Bio

Leading Through Crisis: Balancing Worker Safety & Business Operations 

EHS professionals are facing new challenges to ensure the health and safety of their employees. During the Covid-19 pandemic, many employers were forced to lay off or furlough workers, redesign their production lines or workflow, or implement new processes to adjust to the new work requirements and guidelines to stay compliant (social distancing, the use of PPE equipment, initiatives to manage and prevent occupational illnesses). During this panel discussion business leaders will share the obstacles they had to overcome, and the strategies used to manage the difficult challenges of planning for “what's next” while continuing to sustain business operations and keep employees safe and healthy.


  • Rod Alward, Vice President of Quality; Flex-N-Gate Corp. - Bio
  • Marcus Fitzgerald, Global QEHS Director; CETCO Energy Services Co. LLC - Bio
  • Reno Simmons, Services and Solutions Quality Manager; Michelin SCA - Bio


Moderator: Meghan White, Senior Manager, Customer Success; VelocityEHS - Bio

The Evolving Skillset for EHS&S Leaders

EHS&S Leaders need effective communication and technical expertise at all levels of the organization. However, as EHS&S leaders advance in their career, there is an increasing need for different skills such as influencing without authority, setting strategic direction, and translating strategy into tactics. Few, if any, of these skills are taught in school. In this panel discussion, we will discuss what skills you need in your current role, what skills you need in the future, and how to build the skills needed for your next gig.


  • Kristie Frydenlund, Environmental Engineer; Liberty Paper - Bio
  • Mike Miller, Senior Vice President, Risk, EHS & Sustainability; Advance Auto Parts Inc. - Bio
  • Amy Stanton, Environmental Health & Safety Manager; nVent - Bio


Moderator: Marc Juaire, Corporate EHS Director; Liberty Diversified International Inc. - Bio

12:00 p.m. - 12:15 p.m. (ET)

15 minute Break

12:15 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Day 3 Welcome and Keynote Introduction


  • Virginia Hoekenga, Executive Director; NAEM

12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Keynote Presentation: An Invitation to Leadership – The Collaborative Way®

We all come to the workplace with different backgrounds and expectations about how we’re supposed to work together. This can lead to ineffectiveness, misunderstanding and frustration. To create an environment conducive to collaboration, we need to design and learn an intentional way of working together. The Collaborative Way® is a pathway designed to fulfill that objective. In this session, we will review the 5 core practices of the model and learn how we can work and relate together in the workplace to accomplish our objectives in the most direct way. This session presents an opportunity for EHS professionals at all career levels to practice core leadership skills that will play a key role in their success and their company’s success.


Ian Edwards, Senior Level Consultant; Lloyd Fickett & Associates Inc.

Ian Edwards

Senior Level Consultant

Lloyd Fickett & Associates Inc.


1:00 p.m. (ET)

15 minute Break

1:15 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. (ET)

The Collaborative Way – Breakout Session

We all come to the workplace with different backgrounds and expectations about how we're supposed to work together. This can lead to ineffectiveness, misunderstanding and frustration. To create an environment conducive to collaboration, we need to design and learn an intentional way of working together. The Collaborative Way® is a pathway designed to fulfill that objective. In this session, we will review the 5 core practices of the model and learn how we can work and relate together in the workplace to accomplish our objectives in the most direct way. This session presents an opportunity for EHS professionals at all career levels to practice core leadership skills that will play a key role in their success and their company's success.


  • Ian Edwards, Senior Level Consultant; Lloyd Fickett & Associates Inc. - Bio


Moderator: Amy Martinez, Client Program Manager; APTIM - Bio

Lessons Learned from Managing Through a Pandemic

2020 has been an unusual year. Companies have had to alter their business approach, change the way their employees worked and make tough decisions weighing safety and health of employees and customers against sustaining a business. This session will examine how three companies reacted to the 2020 pandemic. Panelists will have a candid discussion about whether they had effective business continuity plans ready, if they worked, and how they were put into action. Additionally, panelists will reflect on what they learned this year and how they will be more prepared for a future crisis.


  • Bob Harcar, Global Director, Safety, Health & Environment; Ecolab Inc. - Bio
  • Dennis Wilson, Vice President, Sustainability & EHS; Saint-Gobain North America - Bio
  • Don Young, Executive Vice President; J.M. Huber Corp. - Bio


Moderator: Rodney Canada, Director, EHS; Comcast Corp. - Bio

New Horizons in Virtual Training

A largely remote workforce presents many challenges for business, particularly when it comes to providing comprehensive training. Since training needs to go on in spite of this year's disruptions, this session will provide advice on tips for shifting training programs for a virtual workforce and provide a look at new tools and tactics. Speakers will share their experiences with virtual training, highlighting the successes and stumbles others should avoid.


  • Nicholas Marzock, Retail Learning Supervisor; Wakefern Food Corp. - Bio
  • Shannon Slavens, Senior Environmental Manager; CVS Health Corp. - Bio
  • Roger Tynes, Ergonomic Consultant and Program Specialist; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. - Bio


Moderator: Annette Russo, EHS&S Professional - Bio

2:30 p.m. (ET)

30 minute Break

3:00 p.m. (ET)

Closing Keynote: The Business Case for Creating Cultures of Health, Safety and Wellbeing

Join us for this exciting keynote with Dr. Ray Fabius, author and leading expert on building cultures of health and wellbeing, as he leverages lessons from the pandemic and paints an inspiring picture of a future where companies embrace a total worker health approach. One where worker compensation costs and injuries have flattened. And a future where employees are reporting increased levels of loyalty, job satisfaction, and happiness and financial performance is maximized. In this vision, health, safety and wellness is a responsibility shared by all - including our business leaders, our co-workers, our families and communities. Come away with a renewed excitement for the possibilities for employee health and wellbeing, as well as ideas for how to engage your leadership in a vision for your own company s worker health, safety and wellness possibilities.


Raymond J. Fabius MD, DFACPE, Co-founder; HealthNEXT

Raymond J. Fabius MD, DFACPE




3:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. (ET)

Closing Remarks


  • Carol Singer Neuvelt, Executive Director; NAEM



Visit the Forum Planning Committee page to learn more about the EHS&S leaders planning the program!


Track Details

Track 1 - Strategic EHS&S Leadership

Strong EHS&S leaders are essential to EHS&S performance gains. Sessions in this track will address personal leadership skills as well as topics related to leading and managing an EHS&S function.


Track 2 - Planning for a Sustainable Future

Dramatic sustainability gains can only be achieved through innovative programs and thinking. Come explore the emerging issues and leading programs your peers are adopting to truly create a sustainable future for their businesses and the planet.


Track 3 - Compliance and Risk Management

Managing and mitigating risk has taken on new meaning in light of the pandemic. In addition to ongoing challenges related to EHS&S compliance, sessions in this track will explore ways EHS leaders are rethinking risk and continuing to ensure their employees stay safe and healthy.


Track 4 - New Challenges for EHS&S

From technology to regulatory developments, sessions in this track will provide information on emerging EHS&S issues and give attendees ideas and tools for addressing these new challenges and topics facing our field.


Track 5 - EHS&S Essentials

Sessions in this track will focus on evergreen EHS&S business management programs and challenges and how you can prepare yourself to build a strong EHS&S Management Program. Join the discussion to learn new strategies and fresh perspectives on how to tackle the core challenges facing EHS&S leaders.



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