The National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM) is the largest professional association for corporate environment, health and safety (EHS) and sustainability decision-makers. We are dedicated to empowering our members to advance environmental stewardship, create safe and healthy workplaces, and promote global sustainability.
How do you manage global issues and regulations as an EHS professional? In this section, you will find resources to help you communicate with your company’s international offices and successfully manage EHS programs across borders.
As companies strive to improve business performance while meeting the expectations for external transparency, data management is key. Selecting an appropriate system for your company, however, is not a straightforward transaction. This guide is a helpful and recommended resource for anyone responsible for selecting and implementing an EHS & Sustainability software solution for their company.
Optimizing is defined as making something as effective, perfect, or useful as possible. We are constantly challenged to optimize all aspects of our programs and ensure continuous improvement in even the core aspects of EHS management and compliance. Sessions in this track will look at ways companies are finding ways to improve their programs whether through shear management creativity or the use of emerging technologies or partnerships inside or outside the business to deliver on the promise of optimization.
Supply chains are of enormous value and importance to businesses, but their ability to continue to deliver value is threatened by an increasing number of sustainability related risks.Learn how to manage complex international supply chains, increase the performance and business value, while reducing risk and sustainability impacts.
Training is a core element of any successful global EHS program. But how do you efficiently train all employees? Learn how leading organizations approach EHS training and hear about new tools and technologies to track and measure training effectiveness.
The new Globally Harmonized System for hazard communications will change how almost every chemical is labeled. Learn about OSHA’s new standard what you need to know and how to prepare your employees for what is coming.
Companies today are increasingly expected to manage the environment, health and safety impacts of their products and supply chains. Gain strategies for meeting the growing demand for full life cycle management.
Each year NAEM’s annual conference convenes more than 550 attendees for a three-day showcase of the latest strategies corporate environment, health, safety and sustainability (EHS&S) leaders are using to keep employees safe, minimize their company’s environmental footprint and deliver business value through sustainability programs.