Washington, DC, June 5, 2014 - The session topics for this year's EHS Management Forum on Oct. 22-24 in Austin, Texas have been finalized, NAEM announced this week.
NAEM Deputy Director Virginia Hoekenga said that the topics reflect insights from months of outreach to environment, health and safety (EHS) and sustainability leaders.
“The Forum continues to deliver unique value because it focuses on the most timely and relevant issues for our members,” Ms. Hoekenga said. “The peer-developed agenda ensures that when you come to the Forum, you'll hear from the professionals who are facing the same challenges as you.”
Organized under the theme of “Delivering Business Value through Innovation and Leadership,” the 24 sessions on this year's agenda include:
- ·Innovations to Reduce Compliance Costs and Time
- Leveraging Leadership Metrics and Goals to Drive World-Class EHS&S Programs
- Water: Material Risk or Business Opportunity?
- Preparing Your Business for Climate Change
- Measuring Your Training Effectiveness
- Strategies for Integrating and Standardizing EHS across the business
- Charting a Green Products Strategy: Setting the Scope and Demonstrating Value to Stakeholders
- Developing Today's Talent into Tomorrow's Leaders
Now in its 22nd year running, NAEM's Forum is the longest-running and largest conference for EHS and sustainability leaders. For more information or to register, please visit us online at http://ehsforum.naem.org/index.php.