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  • Risk Management Approaches to Safety Performance Improvements

    This webinar will defy traditional safety thinking and showcase new tools and approaches to drive continuous safety performance improvements.
  • Enterprise-wide Ergonomics: Lessons Learned from a Global Implementation

    Ergonomics is increasingly important area for EHS&S management, but how can you develop a program that achieves results? This webinar will teach you how to develop a global ergonomics program, while avoiding common pitfalls. You'll also hear from Cardinal Health about how the company implemented its enterprise-wide ergonomics process.
  • Closing the Gap Between Health and Safety and Risk Management

    Once seen as stand-alone functions, risk and safety are now being integrated and centralized to help organizations mitigate regulatory and financial risk, operate more efficiently and boost their bottom line. This webinar explains how to use new technology tools to achieve measurable improvements while saving money, too.

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  • New Standards to Bring Clarity to Sustainable Purchasing

    Demand for information about ESG performance now extends to the risk profile and performance of a company's supply chain. Many suppliers, however, are ill-equipped to respond to the barrage of inquires. Learn more about how this information pipeline is changing how companies relate to their suppliers.
  • “Not On My Watch”: How Sandy Stash Found Career Success by Leading Change in Challenging Environments

    A petroleum engineer by training, Sandy Stash was one of the first women to work as a drilling engineer and drilling rig foreman at ARCO locations across North America. Today she is the Global Senior Vice President of Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Operational Assurance at Talisman Energy.
  • What We Can Learn From the Foxconn Factory Audit

    A 2012 Fair Labor Association audit of working conditions in a major electronics assembly plant in China turned up alarming conditions. Unfortunately, these issues are not limited to any one company or industry. What can we all learn from this experience?

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