The Best of Forum series features encore webinar presentations of the top-rated sessions from the 21st Annual EHS Management Forum. These interactive presentations are peer-led case studies from leading companies that represent the latest in EHS and sustainability management. If you missed the Forum, this series is an effective way to benchmark your program, ask questions, and share the Forum experience with your team.
Using Leading Indicators to Drive Performance Improvement
Thursday Dec. 12, 2013
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
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Cost: $99 for Members, $189 for Non-Members
A challenge for every business is assuring the right measures are in place to drive the desired behaviors and business performance. But what are the right measures? Traditionally many businesses have used lagging indicators to track EHS and Sustainability efforts. But is this the best way to drive performance improvements? Purchase this webinar archive and understand, "what is a leading indicator? Hear from companies on how they've developed leading indicators and strategic metrics that make sense for their business and how they are using these proactive measures to drive EHS and sustainability performance improvements. Leave the session with ideas for how to integrate leading indicators into your own operations and transition your metrics to achieve strategic outcomes.
- Michelle Garner-Janna, Director Corporate Health & Safety; Cummins Inc.
- Ryan McMullan, Environmental, HazMat, & Safety Programs Administrator; Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A.Inc.
- Gary Rosenblum, Senior Director; The Campbell Institute
Moderator: Anthony Campana, Environment, Health and Safety Manager; EMD Millipore
Michelle Garner-Janna is the Director of Corporate Health & Safety for Cummins Inc., a $17 billion, 46,000+ employee global power leader that designs, manufactures, sells and services diesel engines and related technology around the world. Cummins serves its customers through its network of 500 company-owned and independent distributor facilities and more than 5,200 dealer locations in over 190 countries and territories.
Mrs. Garner-Janna is an accomplished business executive with 18+ years experience leading HSE and other related Manufacturing functions. In her current role, she develops and leads the global Health & Safety strategy for the organization. She is a Certified Safety Professional as well as a Certified Professional Ergonomist. Mrs. Garner-Janna holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Auburn University as well as an Executive MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. She is a professional member and past President of the West TN American Society of Safety Engineers and is active in community affairs by frequently volunteering her time.
Ryan McMullan currently leads several EHS and Sustainability programs in the Environmental, HazMat, and Safety division of the Corporate Responsibility department at Toyota Motor Sales. He leads materials management issues for North America, including the development of strategic metrics. In addition to developing and delivering EHS training, he is also in charge of environmental sustainability for the sales and distribution operations in the US, including recycling, energy conservation, greenhouse gas inventories, and corporate planning.
He earned his Master's degree in Corporate Environmental Management from the Bren School at UC Santa Barbara and his Bachelor's degree from Rice University.
Gary Rosenblum is currently the Senior Director of the Campbell Institute, a Center of Excellence at the National Safety Council. He has also been a Director of EHS for an international logistics and warehousing company, and was an EHS manager for over 17 years with ARCO, where he developed and implemented EHS management systems, was the OSHA public affairs manager. In 2009, Gary was confirmed by the Secretary of Labor as the public sector member of the National Advisory Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (NACOSH) in Washington DC. Gary was the Risk Manager of the City of Palm Desert, CA for a decade, where in addition to managing employee safety, he handled liability and property insurance claims, performed contract and claim litigation analysis, and was the City's Disaster and Business Continuity manager. He has a Master of Science degree from the University of Arizona in Toxicology and a Bachelor of Science degree from SUNY Albany. He has presented numerous times at AIHCE, National RIMS, as well as many other national symposia.