Do you want to meet with industry peers and experts in an informal setting to discuss issues and challenges?

With a wide range of  opportunities for discussion, including industry-specific roundtables, SPF is the perfect place to learn more about the trends affecting your industry. Share best practices, learn new lessons to better address the challenges affecting your particular industry, and learn how your peers are using the Enablon platform to address their own industry issues.


Take a seak peek at the industry-specific topics that will be discussed:

Aerospace and Defense

• Conflict Minerals regulations (Section 1502 of Dodd-Frank in the U.S. and the upcoming regulation in the EU).
• The EU’s REACH regulations on chemicals.
• RoHS regulations from various countries (EU, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Turkey, Vietnam, Singapore) that might impact some components.

Chemicals

• Generate Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) compliant with all national adaptations of GHS.
• Obtain SDSs and full disclosure on ingredients from the supply chain.
• Comply with the EU’s REACH regulation.
• Prepare for the provisions of the recently updated EPA’s Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).

Construction and Engineering

• Foster and promote a culture of safety.
• Have visibility over the safety performance of contractors and subcontractors in order to work with the best ones.
• Manage the people, timelines, budgets and contractors involved with each stage of a project.

Energy/Utilities

• Ensure occupational safety and health.
• Comply with air pollutant and emission regulations, and air permit requirements (e.g. Clean Air Act, GHG MRR, New Source Performance Standards).
• Comply with water regulations, and manage all water permit and reporting requirements (e.g. NPDES permits and Discharge Monitoring Reports).

Food and Beverage

• FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act
• ISO 22000
• HACCP
• SQF Code

High Tech / Electronics

• RoHS regulations from various countries (EU, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Turkey, Vietnam, Singapore).
• Conflict Minerals regulations (Section 1502 of Dodd-Frank in the U.S. and the upcoming regulation in the EU).
• The EU’s REACH regulations on chemicals.

Industrial Manufacturing

• Track and report on incidents across all sites in a centralized way.
• Automate audits and inspections and standardize them across all sites.
• Perform more efficient Management of Change (MoC), especially to conform to OSHA’s PSM standards.
• Better manage corrective and preventive actions.

Mining and Metals

• Meet regulatory requirements from MSHA.
• Comply with water regulations, and manage all water permit and reporting requirements (e.g. NPDES permits and Discharge Monitoring Reports).
• Conform to standards (e.g. ISO 14001, upcoming ISO 45001).
• Leverage mobility for safety alerts, and remote incident reporting, audits and inspections.

Pharmaceuticals

• FDA’s Drug Supply Chain Security Act
• EPA’s revised Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
• EU’s pharmaceuticals packaging regulation (Falsified Medicines Directive)

Oil and Gas – Upstream

• Optimize costs during challenging times for the industry as a result of lower oil prices.
• Stay competitive, ensure compliance and achieve operational excellence in an environment of increasing regulation, organizational change and reduced budgets.
• Perform better Management of Change (MoC), especially to conform to OSHA’s PSM standards.
• Reduce risks across the enterprise to prevent incidents.
• Have tighter collaboration between EHS, Asset Management and Operations.

Oil and Gas – Midstream

• Demonstrate auditability of their data management to regulators such as OSHA and EPA.
• Successfully leverage mobile technologies for incident management, remote audits and inspections, and safety alerts.
• Monitor and reduce air emissions.

Oil and Gas – Downstream

• Compliance with air pollutant and emission regulations, and air permit requirements (e.g. Clean Air Act, GHG MRR, New Source Performance Standards).
• Compliance with water regulations, and management of all water permit and reporting requirements (e.g. NPDES permits and Discharge Monitoring Reports).
• Better Management of Change (MoC), especially to conform to OSHA’s PSM standards.
• Implementation of common and streamlined processes across all refineries.