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Integrating EHS Management Systems into Operations
Thursday May 26, 2016
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. (ET)
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Cost: FREE for Members, $49 for Non-Members
Sustaining compliance is a key challenge for industrial companies. As industrial operations become ever more systematic and standardized through ISO certification, lean manufacturing initiatives, and other efficiency efforts, there is an opportunity to use these changes to embed compliance into the systems and culture of the organization.
The cultural change associated with implementing new or modified standardized operations is significant; therefore, including EHS aims to reduce redundancy of documentation, inspection, training, and associated recordkeeping. Additionally, new burdens associated with energy efficiency and other environmental sustainability efforts can be incorporated into core operations processes to streamline those efforts.
Attend this webinar and learn:
- The importance of integrating EHS into operations to sustain compliance
- Opportunities and challenges faced by company's who have taken on this challenge
- Tools to integrate EHS into operations
- Integration should reduce redundancy and promote a single culture of compliance with EHS, quality, and sustainability goals
- Lessons learned to manage staff engagement in EHS
- Terence Dalton, Associate Environmental Scientist; MWH Global Inc.
- Scott Harczynski, Vice President HSE and Facilities; Honeywell Aerospace
- Kent Hart, Director, HSE&F ; Honeywell Aerospace
- Melissa Okoola, Supervising Project Manager; MWH Global Inc.
- Evan Van Hook, Corporate Vice President, Health, Safety, Environment, Product Stewardship and Sustainability; Honeywell International Inc.
- Randy Young, Senior Consultant; MWH Global Inc.
Terence Dalton is a certified associate in project management with 5 years’ experience on health, safety, and environmental projects. He specializes in the creation and streamlining of HSE management systems and procedures.
Since 2010, Scott Harczynski has led the Health, Safety, Environment (HSE) and Facilities functions for Honeywell Aerospace, a $15.8B company and a leading global provider of integrated avionics, propulsion engines, aircraft and engine systems, and full-service solutions for its customers. In this role, Scott provides global leadership, strategy, and oversight for HSE and Facilities activities covering nearly 42,000 employees at over 110 manufacturing and service locations across the globe. Scott’s primary responsibility is to ensure that the HSE and Facilities function is an integrated Business partner providing unparalleled HSE&F value and uncompromising commitment to employee health and safety and environmental stewardship.
Kent Hart is a member of Honeywell International Inc.'s Corporate Heath, Safety, Environment & Sustainability team as HSES Director, Due Diligence and Environmental Management. In this role, Kent supports the remedial due diligence aspects for M&A and real estate transactions and oversees development and deployment of processes to ensure appropriate integration of new acquisitions and transitions of business lines between facilities. He also provides leadership and strategic planning for environmental management on an enterprise-wide basis.
Kent joined Honeywell in 1998 and has held positions of increasing responsibility in health, safety and environment management. Prior to joining Honeywell, Kent was an Environmental Scientist for Franklin Associates, Limited and an Environmental Quality Manager for Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Inc. Kent holds a masters of business administration from the University of Kansas, as well as a Masters of Science with a concentration in Environmental Science from the University of Oklahoma and a Bachelors of Science with a concentration in Industrial Hygiene from Central Missouri State University. He is a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM), a Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Certified Lean Expert.
Melissa Okoola has over 10 years of experience in program and project management and controls, business consulting and client service management. Recent experience includes development of program plans, contractor oversight and management plans, risk assessment and management, employing earned value management and stakeholder communications and management. In addition Ms. Okoola has experience in development and management of environmental management systems.
Evan Van Hook
Evan is Corporate Vice President for Health, Safety, Environment, Product Stewardship & Sustainability for Honeywell International, a Fortune 100 diversified technology and manufacturing leader with 129,000 employees serving customers in 70 countries. From 2005 to 2015 Evan was Adjunct Professor of International Environmental Law at Columbia Law School in New York City, and he is an occasional guest lecturer at the United Nations Institute for Training and Research. He is a graduate of the Yale Law School and a former partner in the global law firm of Sidley & Austin. From 2002 until 2004 Evan served as Assistant Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, and he has published numerous articles on environmental topics. Evan is a 2012 recipient of the Honeywell Senior Leadership Award, the Company’s highest honor.
Randy Young is a senior consultant with MWH and a former 32 year employee of Honeywell. Randy was employed in various operational management roles with over 25 years in HSE and Facility Management with Honeywell at their Microelectronics Facility. He led Honeywell’s Aerospace Energy and Sustainability Team for several years building it from all volunteer team to a permanent sitting group.
Green Tie Blog Post
The Benefits of Integrating EHS Management Systems Into Operations
May 16, 2016, By Chris Daly
Over the years, industrial operations have become more systematic and standardized through the implementation of enterprise management systems. Initiatives such as ISO certification, Six Sigma, and lean manufacturing are typically structured around activities that are core to the organization’s mission. However, some companies fail to integrate environmental health and safety (EHS) functions into those same systems due to: Read more...