• June 19, 2019 - June 21, 2019
  • Chicago, IL

SPF AMERICAS

When: June 19, 2019 - June 21, 2019
Where: Chicago, IL

Connect with Arcadis digital EHS experts at the 2019 Sustainable Performance Forum

Join Arcadis at the Enablon Sustainable Performance Forum (SPF) Americas, June 19-21, 2019, in Chicago. We are proud to once again be the Platinum sponsor for this event. Connect with us and learn how we can we can help you use your information as an asset.

CONTRIBUTING TO THE PROGRAM

June 20, 2019 | 1:45 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.
Trends & Best Practices: Maximizing ROI After Go-Live with a Sustainment Program

Abbey Hesser, VP of Information Driven Performance, Arcadis

It’s easy to want to walk away after the stress and effort it takes to go-live with your system. But successful programs require continuous improvement. How do you ensure that your system does not sit stagnant or become irrelevant? How do you demonstrate value add for your organization? How do you ensure you can minimize your ongoing maintenance costs?

In this session, we will explore the various aspects of building a comprehensive post go-live Sustainment Program. We will review use cases and examples from dozens of clients in various stages of sustainment. We will discuss defining success criteria, Organizational Change Management (OCM), User Adoption, building a Roadmap, Software maintenance cycles, discovering trends in your data, adjusting to organizational and regulatory changes, and more.

June 21, 2019 | 12:15 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Customer Case Study: Energizing a Big Development: AQS

Nicole Sullivan, Senior Management Consultant, Arcadis
Robert Copeland, Deputy Project Manager, The Boeing Company

Each of The Boeing Company’s facilities has unique air quality compliance obligations and are managed by air quality professionals who are process oriented and detail driven. The Enablon Environmental application offers streamlined management of air quality compliance and emissions calculations, but not without significant set up. In consideration of variation in (and constant changes to) operations and regulatory/ air permit requirements, a unique approach to implementation was necessary. The implementation plan provides for an efficient scalable setup of the application as well as the opportunity for end users to actively manage their application.

Key Takeaways for Presentation

  • The importance of extensive AQS data discovery in advance of mapping out an AQS implementation plan across sites with varying site equipment and operations as well as unique compliance obligations (varying by permit, county, state, etc.).
  • The value of a pathfinder/ pilot site approach for developing unit templates and efficiently rolling out an AQS system across a corporation, with consideration to multiple business units.
  • Strategy for development of an effective AQS training program to train site staff, as well as site admins, to facilitate keeping the developed AQS implementation evergreen beyond roll out.

Questions about this event
Glenn Mayer
Vice President, Information-Driven Performance
949 457 3496

Questions about this event

Glenn Mayer

Vice President, Information-Driven Performance 949 457 3496 Ask me a question

Glenn Mayer

Vice President, Information-Driven Performance 949 457 3496 Ask me a question