Wanneer: 14 maart 2017
Waar: Arcadis office Rotterdam from 12.00 - 17.00
REGISTRATION FROM 11:30 - 12:00
WALKING LUNCH 13:10 - 14:00
COFFEE BREAK 15:05 - 15.20
Heads of EHS, Safety, Group Head of Health & Safety, Director Regulatory Affairs & Environment, Health & Wellness Safety, Sustainability, HSEQ, Corporate Manager of Occupational Health & Wellness/Safety…
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Continuously changing EHS regulations require significant investments to maintain compliance. With a definitive strategy and information based compliance tools organizations can effectively mitigate risks and reduce future costs. During the event, various industry representatives and EHS compliance experts share their views and solutions for international companies. EHS managers, directors of regulatory affairs, heads of SHEQ and chief compliance officers of large industrial companies are invited to come and extend their knowledge, get first-hand advice from experts, and discover the business case for EHS compliance solutions.
Integrated approach to safety challenges
While EHS Compliance has always been a recurring challenge for industries, the safety and health of their employees has become the number one business priority above all else. Industries proactively strive to integrate workplace safety fully into all their daily business operations. Management and all employees must take a proactive approach to safety, demonstrating leadership and direction to ensure the safest possible working conditions. The ultimate goal is zero accidents and injuries. Reducing incidents and claims, managing operational risk and fine tuning the safety compliance programs with Information systems help globally manage safe operations. With an integrated set of mature applications, Integrated Environmental Management Information Systems (EMIS) support safety goals, taking them from a reactive set of processes to a proactive program dedicated to controlling risks, predicting incidents and targeting preventive measures where they are needed most.
For EHS Compliance, EMIS give global organizations the ability to identify the regulatory drivers governing their operations, define and execute a compliance strategy, and evaluate compliance performance. As changes to regulations are identified through integration with regulatory content monitoring services, compliance becomes systematic and robust. Strategic compliance management results in cost reductions by informed anticipation of changing EHS regulations. Information systems support the translation of (upcoming) regulations to operational measures and expenditures. Shared best practice, e.g. regional or at branch level, increases effectiveness and further reduces costs.
Integrated information management
Digital Transformation can change how businesses operate, which has major implications for EHS management regarding new risks that need to be managed. The digital revolution presents opportunities to incorporate new ways of managing EHS. Innovative technologies can help better operationalize EHS management systems to drive continuous improvement. The current event will help you understand how integrated information management is bringing you huge business value while supporting your global company goals.
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