New Gulf Coast SPF Conference announced, will bring together Experts from Axiall, ERM, Enablon and more to highlight World-Class Operational Risk Management Programs

Event will highlight industry best practices from companies leveraging Process Safety Management to achieve Operational Risk Management excellence

Chicago / Houston, May 13, 2014 – Enablon, Enablon, the world’s leading provider of Sustainability, EHS, and Risk Management software, is pleased to announce that the Sustainable Performance Forum (SPF) Houston Regional Conference will be held Wednesday, May 21, 2014, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. CDT at Vallone’s, Houston, Texas.

The SPF is a series of international and regional conferences that bring together business leaders and industry experts around how technology and Sustainability, EHS and Risk management intersect to enable business performance. Upcoming SPF conferences will take place in Paris and Chicago.

The SPF Houston Regional Conference brings together leading industry and business experts to discuss how companies are leveraging Process Safety Management, and Management of Change, to go beyond compliance and achieve Operational Risk Management excellence.

Award-winning author and columnist Loren Steffy will deliver the conference keynote on safety in the Gulf. The event will feature panel discussions with experts from Axiall, ERM and Spirit Environmental who will share insights, case studies and best practices on implementing a world-class ORM program. Participants will also learn how to leverage technology to move from compliance to performance.

Specific topics that will be discussed include:

  • ORM best practices
  • OSHA PSM updates and challenges
  • Use cases for PSM and MoC
  • The new role of mobility in ORM

Attendees will also benefit from an exclusive opportunity to exchange with the experts during the evening and network with their peers from leading Oil & Gas, Energy & Manufacturing companies.

To request a press invitation, please contact Coline Vaillant at cvaillant@enablon.net.