Engaging Education Sessions Await Congress Attendees

The Executive Edge Track returns to the 2010 Congress & Expo this year. Its aim is to engage business leaders and advance EHS management through cross-sharing and leader-to-leader discussions.

A series of technical sessions Oct. 4 and Oct. 5 will include presentations from leaders of EHS-focused organizations that include Glenn Murray, safety programs manager for Exxon Mobil Corp.; Mike White, global director of safety for General Motors Corp.; and Jere Zimmerman, director of sustainability for MillerCoors. A hands-on workshop will take place after each technical session.

More than 120 additional Technical Sessions are being offered this year on a wide range of hot topics. With enforcement targeting distracted driving in many parts of the country, many sessions are geared toward driver and transportation safety, including "Technology Solutions for Distracted Driving," "Using Risk Intelligence to Develop Safer Drivers," and "Eliminating Distracted Driving in Your Vehicles." Other tracks include Construction/Labor/Utilities, Safety Culture/Behavior-Based Safety, and Emerging Issues.

The new Risk Management education track will include six sessions from industry experts that include Thomas Kramer, principal at LJB Inc.; Kami Blake, solutions engineer for 3E Company; and Brian Rains, global process safety management leader for DuPont.

To see the complete list of education sessions, click here.

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