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Member Drop-Ins

Bi-Weekly Discussions On Timely Topics
No Registration Needed: Attend When You Can

Share Insights and Ask Questions on EHS&S Pressing Issues

NAEM's individual and corporate members are invited to join our bi-weekly Drop-Ins on Wednesday afternoons. During these one-hour, facilitated discussions, you can engage with peers from NAEM’s EHS&S community to share insights and ask questions on pressing issues faced by EHS & Sustainability leaders. Regents, or lead contacts, at each corporate member company are also invited to participate in the biweekly Regent drop-in calls. For more information on Regent drop-in calls, please contact membership@naem.org.

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To ensure the discussions are relevant and timely, each Drop-In topic is selected and communicated in advance on this page and via email. In addition to our flexible agenda, we offer a flexible, no-registration format. Just “drop in” as your schedule permits.

Meetings are conducted via Microsoft Teams. Login information and topics will be sent in advance.  Add the below dates to your calendar now, then watch for your Drop-In topics announcement. If you aren't already on NAEM' s email list, you can subscribe here.

Topics

Topic suggestions? Contact [kaitlyn at naem dot org]. For information on Regent drop-in calls, please contact [membership at naem dot org].

Wednesday, April 7, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. ET
Topics TBA

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. ET
Topics TBA

Facilitators

Wednesday, April 7

Amanda Beno

Regulatory Specialist in the Environment Compliance and Sustainability Department
MSC Industrial Supply

Wednesday, May 12

Lauren Blair

EHS Manager
Caterpillar Inc.
Past topics:
  • Developing an internal EHS marketing plan
  • Temperature Screening Methods
  • Timelines for Developing Vaccine Policies
  • Expectation for When Employees Return to Work in Person
  • Impact of Vaccinations on Remote Work Policies
  • Corporate Travel Policies in 2021
  • Virtual Auditing: Lessons learned in 2020 and looking forward to 2021
  • Second Wave Policies
  • COVID Vaccination Policies
  • Permanent Policy Changes
  • Prepping for Flu Season
  • Return-to-Work Policies
  • Mask Policies
  • Virtual Auditing and Virtual Inspections
  • The New EHS Normal
  • Lessons Learned in the Past 6 Months
  • Virtual Inspections
  • Building an EHS Scorecard to Drive Results
  • New Horizons in Virtual Training
Past facilitators:
  • Charles Malaniak, Corporate Environmental Compliance Manager; Wakefern Food Corp.
  • Julie Brautigam, Senior Global EHS Leader; Hollister Inc.
  • Lesley Clarke, Manager, Environmental Performance; Walker Industries
  • Marc Juaire, Corporate Director of Environmental, Health & Safety; Liberty Diversified International
  • Charles Malaniak, Corporate Environmental Compliance Manager; Wakefern Food Corp.
  • Annette Russo, EHS&S professional and coach
  • Adrian Salazar, EHS&S Specialist; Acme Brick Co.
  • Kara Udarbe, Health, Safety and Environmental Manager; PepsiCo Inc.

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