Washington, D.C., April 13, 2011 - Registration opened this week for NAEM’s 19th annual EHS Management
Forum. Organized around the theme of “EHS and Sustainability Success in the New Economic Era,” this year’s
conference will focus on the strategies corporate leaders need to continue driving change.
Forum Committee Chairman Steve Walker, Manager of Environmental Sustainability at Burt’s Bees Inc., said the program will draw on the expertise of NAEM’s more than 2500 members.
“In today’s new economic environment, it’s more critical than ever to tap into the real-world experience of the best thought-leaders in the field,” he said.
In addition to keynote presentations and networking receptions, the two-day event will feature case studies on “Foundational EHS Excellence,” “21st century leadership,” “Operationalizing Sustainability,” and “Managing into the Supply Chain.”
The largest annual gathering of EHS and sustainability leaders, this year’s Forum will be held in Tucson, Ariz. on Oct. 18 and 20. To submit a proposal or to register, please visit http://ehsforum2011.naem.org.