Regulatory changes, politics, and technology are transforming the work that environmental, health, safety, and quality (EHSQ) professionals are responsible for and how they demonstrate value to executives. Join Cority’s Ian Cohen and Arcadis’s Marian Heimann as they close out 2019 and look ahead to see what EHSQ professionals should be aware of and prepared to address in 2020 and beyond.
Join us on Tuesday, November 19, 2019, for a free webinar with EHS Daily Advisor Senior Editor Justin Scace, who will provide a recap of conference highlights. From our preconference sessions through the main conference, the event was a great opportunity for attendees to learn from engaging expert speakers and to network and share strategies and experiences with one another.
An effective safety program requires support and commitment from both above and below—from senior leadership, front-line employees, and many layers in between. The EHS function must often operate between these spheres, trying to gain buy-in and leverage support from multiple levels of an organization. How is your team driving safety leadership and engagement success?
Gaining management buy-in for investment in workplace safety and health training programs can sometimes be complicated.
Identifying a credible process to evaluate critical measurable aspects of your program requires careful thought and consideration. The benefits of conducting an analysis include showing the contribution your training program makes to the organization versus the cost and demonstrates the value safety and health training provides to the overall success of the organization.