EHS Management, Technology and Innovation

Looking Ahead to EHS Technology Week 2024

Join us April 15-19 for a full week of online events and digital resources around EHS technology. Register for events today. Learn how to incorporate technological tools and systems to keep your organization safe and up-to-date on all technological trends.

Monday, April 15

Educational Session |  Panel Discussion: Using Technology to Prevent and Address Musculoskeletal Disorders

Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT

Sponsored by: Appruv, KPA, MSA Safety, SafetyIQ

Speakers: Moderator: Jay Kumar, Editor-in-Chief EHS Daily Advisor | Matthew Marino, Owner Evolving Innovation | Sarah Ischer, MS, CIH, CSP, Senior Program Manager III National Safety Council  

In this panel discussion, Matthew Marino, PT, MSPT, CEO and Head of Performance for Prime Performance LLC, and Sarah Ischer, CIH, CSP, Senior Program Manager III at the National Safety Council’s MSD Solutions Lab, will discuss how employers should use technology to prevent musculoskeletal disorders. In addition to identifying the problem and taking preventive measures, these experts will explain how to properly choose and implement technological solutions.

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Tuesday, April 16

Educational Session | The New EHS Department: How Multiple Converging Trends Are Reshaping The Capabilities, Responsibilities, and Expectations of Tomorrow’s EHS Function

Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT

Sponsored by: Intelex

Speaker: Trevor Bronson, Director of Portfolio Strategy, Intelex 

The evolution of EHS over the past few decades has been, let’s say, slow and steady. Better software tools, broad pushes for digitization, and themes like sustainability have pushed the discipline forward incrementally, but now the pace of change is accelerating. A convergence of trends such as AI, ESG, wellbeing, psychological safety, generational change, and more are changing the paradigm for EHS management. The best EHS departments in the world will look starkly different than they used to – is your team prepared to adapt and excel?

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Wednesday, April 17

Educational Session | Measure What Matters

Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT

Sponsored by: KPA

Speakers: Jade Brainard, Senior Product Director KPA | David Finley, Health, Safety, and Environmental Director, Dolese 

Establishing a trusted, real-time reporting system is an absolute necessity for any organization seeking a high performing safety program. 

However, many organizations struggle with capturing all the right data, and producing reports that are easy to understand and leverage with all key stakeholders.

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Thursday, April 18

Educational Session | Fantastic Voyage: Navigating the growing opportunities of AI for EHS excellence

Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT

Sponsored by: Cority

Speaker: Stuart Cook, Product Marketing Manager, Cority | Andrew Penner, Senior Product Manager II, Cority

Artificial Intelligence (AI) represents the intersection of several emerging technologies designed to simplify tasks and help users extract greater value from their data. Across the EHS industry, AI is showing huge promise in helping organizations uncover insights, anticipate problems and act early to address risk and prevent workplace harm. But navigating this complex and ever-changing AI landscape can be a daunting task. Where should you start, and what factors should you consider when determining how AI may fit into your broader prevention strategy?

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Friday, April 19

Friday Demo Day Session 1 | An All-in-One Approach to Safety with KPA Flex

Time: 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT

Sponsored by: KPA

Speaker: Ben Groves, Solutions Expert, KPA

It’s time to ditch the manual processes and outdated safety software. Make the move to KPA Flex – EHS software that’s actually easy to use and configurable to your unique needs. Join KPA’s solutions expert, Ben Groves, as he shows how Flex helps EHS managers establish and implement a comprehensive safety program, make data-driven decisions, and take real-time action to keep your workplace safe and compliant.

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Friday Demo Day Session 2 | Unlock a Culture of Safety with Mobile Technology

Time: 1:30 PM – 2:00 PM EDT

Sponsored by: Intelex

Speakers: Aaron Davis Product Marketing Manager, Intelex | Dylan Adams Senior Product and Solutions Consultant, Intelex

Safety technology continues to accelerate on its journey from the desktop to the frontline. Increasingly, organizations are looking to mobile applications as a more effective enabler of safety programs for front line workers, helping workers remain efficient and active as partners in a proactive EHS program.

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Friday Demo Day Session 3| Navigating the Path to Proactive Safety

Time: 2:00 PM – 2:30 PM EDT

Sponsored by: Evotix

Speakers: Langdon Dement, Global EHS Specialist, Evotix | Daria Voronina, Solutions Consultant, Evotix

Every day, processes drive our people and organizations. In most cases, they are effective, but are they efficient as well? Do they deliver the insights needed to truly make a positive change in the workplace?

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Friday Demo Day Session 4 | How Data Insights Drive Safety Excellence: A Deep Dive for Safety Managers

Time: 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM EDT

Sponsored by: Industrial Scientific, iNet Control+

Speaker: Adam Daniels, Industrial Scientific

Curious about how data insights can revolutionize safety management practices? This session is tailored for Safety Managers seeking to harness the power of data-driven approaches in hazardous environments.

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Friday Demo Day Session 5 | Solving the Safety Industry Pain Points Around Occupational Hearing Testing

Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

Sponsored by: Examinetics

Speaker: Matt Kafer, Manager, Application Development Examinetics

There are multiple options for hearing testing – a mobile unit that comes to your location, health clinics, and do-it-yourself testing with your own audiometer. Each has its own set of benefits and challenges. Many companies need a mix of different testing methods. This increases complexity, costs, scheduling headaches, and data management challenges. 

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