Webinar Overview

Across the globe, EH&S regulations are impacting long-term planning for Senior Executives. The role of the EH&S manager now includes anticipating the impacts of future regulations to their company’s long-term sustainability. Being able to evaluate various risk scenarios created by pending regulations, legal decisions, or permitting demands, while maintaining compliance with existing regulations is increasingly becoming the new EH&S manager’s responsibility.

Agenda

During this webinar, you will learn:

  • Major trends in EH&S management with regards to anticipating future regulations
  • The need for risk scenario analysis tools and how the EH&S manager can use them
  • How the technology fits within an innovative EH&S program that goes beyond compliance to improve long term company sustainability

Speakers

  • Emilie Beauchamp

    Emilie Beauchamp Industry Analyst, Environment Practice at Verdantix

  • Martin Rajotte

    Martin Rajotte Senior Advisor, Environmental Performance at Hydro-Québec

  • Alexis Merydith

    Alexis Merydith NA Product Manager, Enablon

During this broadcast, Emilie Beauchamp, Industry Analyst, Environment Practice at Verdantix, will discuss the changing EH&S market. Martin Rajotte, Senior Advisor, Environmental Performance at Hydro-Québec will share the compliance management best practices of leading organizations and offer practical guidelines to achieve measurable EH&S performance. Alexis Merydith, NA Product Manager at Enablon will explain how technology fits within an innovative EH&S program to go beyond compliance to improve long term company sustainability.

About Verdantix

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Verdantix is an independent analyst firm. They provide authoritative data, analysis and advice to help their clients resolve their energy, environment and sustainability challenges. Through Verdantix’s global primary research and deep domain expertise they provide their clients with strategic advice, revenue generating services, best practice frameworks, industry connections and competitive advantage.

About Hydro-Québec

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Hydro-Québec is one of the biggest electric utilities in North America. The group generates, transmits and distributes electricity, mainly using renewable energy sources, in particular hydroelectricity. Hydro-Québec also conducts research in energy-related fields and takes an active interest in energy efficiency. The company comprises four divisions: Hydro-Québec Production; Hydro-Québec TransÉnergie; Hydro-Québec Distribution; Hydro-Québec Équipement.