Enablon and Environmental Leader to Host Webinar on The Changing Role of Today’s EHS Manager and Tactics to Thrive in 2016 Featuring CH2M and RegScan

Event to be held Dec. 9, 2015 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST with replay available from website

Chicago / Paris, December 3, 2015 – Enablon, the world’s leading provider of sustainability, EHS and risk management solutions, will host a webinar with Environmental Leader featuring CH2M and RegScan, on December 9, 2015 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST / 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. CST around the changing role of today’s EHS Manager and practical insights for a successful EHS program. The replay of the webinar will be available from the Enablon website.

Until recently, most EHS managers came of age during an era where the primary focus was on compliance. This role is changing, and increasingly, the focus is shifting towards reducing operational risk, driving operational excellence, reducing costs, and streamlining business processes. The growing importance of leveraging results to tell the EHS story and engage stakeholders has added another layer to this set of challenges.

During this session, Ned Ertel, President and CEO of RegScan, will focus on the regulatory climate and the ongoing cultural shift with regard to the value of EHS as a business model. JR VanOrder, Global Practice Director at CH2M, will discuss the EHS Manager’s growing strategic role and what it means for day-to-day activities. Noelle Harvey, Senior Product Manager at Enablon, will explain how integrated software systems support the journey to operational excellence and how data mining and analysis lead to more informed decisions, based on best practices shared by EHS Managers who have been leveraging EHS systems to drive enterprise-wide improvements.

At this webinar, attendees will benefit from practical insights on:

  • How the EHS Manager’s role is evolving and key EHS pain points
  • Strategic recommendations, tools and tactics to manage today’s EHS challenges
  • How to leverage data management for a successful EHS program
  • Applicable best practices from EHS managers on how to succeed in this role


Register Here