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NAEM Chapter - New England - ‘Doing More with Less’ Event
New England Chapter Meeting: November 2012

The New England Chapter is NAEM’s local for EHS and sustainability leaders in the Boston area. To stay current with regulatory issues, share information with peers and learn valuable professional skills, register for an upcoming event today!

'Doing More with Less' Event

Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012

Location: National Grid

We are all asked to more with less. So what do you about it? How do you handle it as an EHS or Sustainability Manager? Join us for an interactive discussion as we learn from local companies about how they are mobilizing their organizations and effectively leveraging resources to address key risks and opportunities. National Grid will lead the discussion on the challenges, solutions and lessons learned starting with their EHS function and programs, as well as an insider's look into their energy efficiency programs supporting their customers.

Agenda:

7:30 - 8 a.m. Registration and Breakfast
8 - 9 a.m.

EHS/Sustainability at National Grid, challenges and outlook for 2013

  • Ezra McCarthy, Lead Environmental Engineer; National Grid
  • Representatives form the Energy Efficiency group
9 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

Report on NAEM EHS & Sustainability Staffing and Structure

  • Carol Singer, Executive Director; NAEM
  • Fletcher Fields, Research Analyst; NAEM
9:30 -10:00 Break and Networking
10 -11 a.m.

"Doing More with Less” Panel Discussion and Q&A, featuring:

  • Tim Woycik, SHE Director; National Grid
  • Ezra McCarthy, Lead Environmental Engineer; National Grid
  • Jean Palmateer, EHS Consultant; Formerly with DePuy, a Johnson & Johnson Co.
  • Frank Marino, Senior Corporate EHS Manager; Raytheon Corp.

Thanks to our host National Grid:
national grid

Questions?
Please contact Johanna Jobin, NAEM's New England Chapter President at johanna.jobin@emdmillipore.com.

Please also check out these other local area events:

A&WMA New England: Fall 2012 Conference

A&WMA New England: Fall 2012 Conference - "Natural Gas: Impacts on the Environment."

Friday, Oct. 12, 2012

Sheraton Framingham Hotel - Framingham, MA 01701


SWANA Southern New England Chapter

SWANA Southern New England Chapter - The 9th Annual Recycling and Solid Waste Conference

Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012

DoubleTree Hotel - Westborough, MA 01581


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