NAEM EHS Roundtable

EHS&S Executive Roundtable

April 1-2, 2020

Postponed due to COVID-19. Please email mike@naem.org for additional details.

This exclusive executive leadership group focuses on high-level EHS&S strategies, business risks and government policies. Learn and share key takeaways for how to set EHS&S policy, goals and strategies for your organization. At the EHS&S Executive Roundtable, you will be given tools to assess government policy and regulations to set a path for guiding your company's relationship with federal and local governments.

To sign up, please fill out the interest form or email Mike Mahanna at mike@naem.org. NAEM membership is not required.

Location

National Press Club
529 14th St. NW
Washington, D.C. 20045

Sessions

Times and additional sessions TBA

2030 Sustainability Goals
Hear how Owens Corning was able to meet some of it 2020 sustainability goals early and then set it’s sights on the next decade. Last fall, Owens Corning announced its 2030 goals, which include reducing its footprint by half and doubling its handprint — the positive impact of its people, operations and products.

Danyelle Lynne Phelps

Director, Enterprise Environmental & Operations Sustainability
Owens Corning
Addressing Enterprise Risk
The session will begin with highlights from the most recent Global Risks Report from the World Economic Forum, showing trends over recent years and signposts for the future. We will then hear how Univar identifies and assigns ownership for its top 20 risks. Jack Spicuzza will take a deep dive on how Univar addresses specific issues.

Kenny Ogilvie

Chairman & CEO
EHS Support

Jack Spicuzza

Senior Director, Environmental & Product Compliance
Univar Solutions
State-Level Regulatory Update
Take a tour around the country and find out the pressing issues in various states.

Mark Anderson

Co-CEO & Principal
Stateside Associates
Corporate Disclosure Responsibilities and Shareholder Pressures: From Liability to Sustainability
This session will provide an overview of evolving SEC disclosure framework, focusing in part on developments in SEC and market initiatives for environmental disclosures (e.g., climate change) and reporting. We will also cover recent trends in shareholder activism and strategies for addressing shareholder proposals.

Sara von Althann

Counsel
Sidley Austin LLP
NAEM Research Presentation
This session will highlight some of that latest research from NAEM, drawing on responses from a wide variety of industries.

Callum Lever

Research Analyst
NAEM
Hot Topic Group Discussion
What issues have been giving you trouble recently? Come ready to discuss them and receive powerful feedback from the group.
 
 

Agenda

Wednesday, April 1
12:00 p.m.
Welcome Lunch & Introductions
12:30 p.m.
Sessions & Speakers TBA
5:30 p.m.
Dinner, Networking & Guest Speaker
 
Thursday, April 2
8:00 a.m.
Breakfast
8:30 a.m.
Sessions & Speakers TBA
11:00 a.m.
Adjourn

Cost

EHS Roundtable dues are $4,400 per year for NAEM member companies, and $5,400 per year for non-NAEM member companies.

Contact

Email Mike Mahanna at mike@naem.org for more information.

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