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NAEM Webinar - Software Tools for Management of Change
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Software Tools for Management of Change

Software Tools for Management of Change

Thursday Feb. 13, 2014
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
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Cost: FREE for Members, $49 for Non-Members

Management of Change (MOC) requires a disciplined process to minimize risk and operational disruptions while helping employees accept and embrace changes. In regulated environments, these risks are even greater and EHS managers are often affected by process changes along with modifications to or acquisition of facilities that require comprehensive compliance reviews.

Change management software tools are now helping EHS Managers transition their organizations from crude "home-grown” systems to gain greater control over MOC and related processes. These tools offer action tracking dashboards and reports that allow for better data analysis and help organizations enable a culture of continuous improvement.

This NAEM webinar archive will offer attendees real world examples and strategies for managing the project workflows that pervade all departments from EHS to strategic business management. It will showcase the benefits of software tools for streamlining change management procedures, ensuring accountability, and reducing administrative overhead.

Speakers:

  • Tyler Monzel, Director of Loss Control and Sustainability; Dixie Chemical Co.
  • Dr. Christy Cole, Compliance Services; Dakota Software Corp.

Speaker biography:

Tyler Monzel

Tyler Monzel

Tyler Monzel is Director of Loss Control and Sustainability at Dixie Chemical Company. In four years in this role, he has assumed responsibility for EHS and management systems, including process safety management (PSM) and management of change (MOC). Dixie Chemical is a specialty chemical manufacturer with products sold in 40 countries worldwide and 150 employees. In 2012, Dixie was awarded the SOCMA Sustainability Award, and the ChemStewards Silver Award for Product Stewardship.

Mr. Monzel has previously worked with Dow Chemical and the Environmental Defense Fund. He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, and an MBA from Rice University.

Dr. Christy Cole

Dr. Christy Cole

Dr. Cole leads Dakota Software’s Compliance Services Team of EHS professionals providing tactical project management and client system configuration including delivery of full implementation services to clients. She has more than 30 years of onsite industry experience in the Environmental, Health and Safety compliance and auditing fields, as well as 13 years of database administration experience with Dakota’s products.

Prior to joining Dakota, Dr. Cole held positions in the regulatory arena and in industry with global responsibility. Dr. Cole holds two Master’s Degrees in Chemistry and Environmental Engineering respectively, and a PhD in Environmental Engineering from Texas A&M University. She also holds QEP, CPEA, CVI and Six Sigma Transactional Green Belt certifications.

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