Europe’s Leading EHS, Risk and Sustainability Technology Conference

The Enablon Sustainable Performance Forum EMEA took place on June 10th, 2014 in Paris.

With hundreds of EHS, Sustainability and Risk professionals from the world’s largest corporations, over twenty expert speakers and countless opportunities to network with your peers, the Sustainable Performance Forum (SPF) EMEA 2014 has been one of the can’t-miss events of the year. Attendees returned with contacts to drive their initiatives and a wealth of knowledge from the program covering sustainability, business performance, operational risk and strategy and a focus on people, processes and technology.

A Complete Program with Leading Subject-Matter Experts

10:30 am – 11:30 am | The Sustainable Company: Managing Risk, Performance and Compliance to Deliver Business Value

Featured experts:

  • Sammy Lakshmanan, Senior Partner, ERM Information Solutions
  • François-Xavier Morvan, Sustainability Analyst, Kering
  • Thomas Ruaudel, Senior Manager Sustainability , Accenture
  • Julien Muller, Manager, Risk Assurance & Advisory Services, PwC

Moderated by Julie Le Bolzer, journalist

11:30 am – 11:50 am | From Strategic Planning to Execution: How to Meet Objectives and Manage Risks When There is No Margin for Error

Guest speaker:

  • Patrick Baudry, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador, Astronaut, French Air Force and Airbus Test Pilot

3:00 pm – 3:50 pm | Case Studies: Best Practices from Global Companies on How to Reduce Risks, Ensure Performance and Improve Performance with Enablon Solutions

Sustainability – Environmental Profit & Loss Account: Discover Kering’s holistic and innovative approach to managing Sustainability and how it benefits the way they operate.

  • François-Xavier Morvan, Sustainability Analyst, Kering

Environment, Health & Safety – Workplace, Plant and Transport Safety:  Learn how Wacker Chemie reduces risks and efficiently manages its global safety requirements across the group.

  • Michael Wirnsberger, Senior Sustainability Manager, Wacker Chemie AG

Risk Management – Discover how SNCF reduces risks and improves the management of its internal control activities by engaging functional and operational divisions across the group.

  • Alain Lemarcis, Directeur du Contrôle Interne, SNCF