EHS Management, Training

EHS Now: Previewing Day 1

EHS Now’s exclusive online summit is taking place on June 15-16, 2022. Join us for this free virtual event catered to EHS professionals looking to develop and refine their skills on a variety of topics, including ESG, safety culture, safety data, heat stress, and more. Join your peers for some great educational sessions!

Day 1: Wednesday, June 15

Opening Keynote | Dysfunctional Practices That Kill Your Safety Culture

Time: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM EDT

Presented by: Dr. Timothy Ludwig, Professor, Appalachian State University; Author and Consultant,

Labeling and blame are an illusion of human perception resulting in dysfunctional practices that hurt safety cultures and blind us from the true cause of at-risk behavior. By analyzing the context of behavior we can discover ways to change your system to optimize safe behavior and reduce injury.

This presentation will teach a better way to analyze behaviors and determine the systems that put workers in the position to take the risk. By analyzing the context of behavior we can discover ways to change company systems to optimize safe behavior and reduce injury. 

Dr. Ludwig is the author of Dysfunctional Practices That Kill Your Safety Culture (and what to do about them) available on (hardback & e-book) and (Soft, Kindle, Audio).

Register now to reserve your spot.

Industry Update | How EHS Professionals Can Reserve a Seat in the Boardroom

Time: 12:30 PM – 12:45 PM EDT

Sponsored by SAI360

Presented by: Christine Adeline, VP Product Management and Product Marketing, SAI360

Meeting Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) requirements is a priority for many organizations. As a result, most organisations are implementing or planning to implement initiatives to improve ESG factors.

EHS functions are in a perfect position to support organizational ESG efforts and elevate the strategic importance of EHS.

In this 15-minute session, we will share what EHS Professionals need to be know to improve their understanding of ESG.

What you’ll learn:

  • What’s driving ESG
  • Intersect of EHS & ESG
  • Top trends in ESG-related standards or legislation
  • Role EHS can play in ESG initiatives

Register now to reserve your spot.

Fireside Chat | Make Your Safety Data Work for You

Time: 12:45 PM – 1:15 PM EDT

Sponsored by KPA

Presented by: Jade Brainard, Product Director, KPA

You collect safety data every day—are you using it to improve your EHS program? 

Safety leaders that leverage their safety data and analytics to maintain a safe workplace are setting themselves up for success. Arm yourself with data visuals and interpretations to make educated decisions that drive productivity, foster a strong culture of safety in the workplace, and encourage continuous improvement.

KPA’s Jade Brainard, Product Director, will be discuss how to use leading and lagging indicators to improve overall safety performance.

In this session you will learn:

  • The different types of safety data and how to use them.
  • The benefits of effectively utilizing your safety data.
  • Leading indicators and using predictive analysis.
  • Best practices for using data and analytics to improve your safety program.
  • How to visualize your EHS program data and improve overall safety performance.

Register now to reserve your spot.

Educational Session | Walking-Working Surfaces and Pedestrian Safety – Improving Slip, Trip, and Fall Hazards

Time: 1:15 PM – 2:15 PM EDT

Sponsored by Intelex

Presented by: Scott Gaddis, VP, Global Practice Leader, EHS, Intelex Technologies

In 2017, OSHA published changes to the standards defining general requirements for falls from elevation and walking and working surfaces. While the agency increased its emphasis on fall protection to a lower level, there is still much to do to protect the work environment from slips, trips, and falls to the same level.

Supporting this conclusion, OSHA reports that in the U.S., over 200,000 serious incidents per year are due to falls from heights and to the same level, with over 60% of all falls to the same level. Slips, Trips, and Falls (STFs) and how workers navigate their walking-working environment are vital parts of your safety plan. A robust STF program requires a complete understanding of the risks and what controls are warranted to provide better safety.

In the webinar, we will:

  • Discuss the problem with working surfaces where the interaction of people, equipment.
  • Define slips, trips, and falls and how they often occur.
  • Explore the work environment and the areas of increased loss potential.
  • Common risk areas and general control features.
  • Developing an STF checklist.
  • Understand risk and control through an actual case study detailing proper risk analysis and control methods.

Register now to reserve your spot.

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