Global Environmental Health and Safety Management

Seabrook, CSP, RSP (UK), Kathy
(Global Solutions International Ltd., United Kingdom )

This one-day seminar is experience based and practical, designed for both new and experienced environmental, health and safety (EHS) managers with global responsibilities. The seminar includes an overview of global EHS management systems, their implementation challenges and examples of strategies used by multinational companies to meet those challenges. It provides resources relating to S&H regulations, cross cultural issues and EHS references. It also provides attendees with opportunities to share their own company’s approaches to global EHS management through breakout groups and case studies. At the conclusion of the seminar, attendees will have the tools, perspective and resources to tailor a best practice global EHS management approach to meet the needs of their own company. Learning Objectives: 1. Tailor “best/good management practice” strategies for developing, implementing and monitoring a global EHS management process to meet the needs of your organization. 2. Develop a strategy for managing regulatory compliance at global sites 3. Develop a “Global Fluency,” in issues of country culture and how it impacts EHS business results. 4. Develop a network of and share information with EHS professionals actively involved in managing global EHS processes/systems.

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