Change is Good: How Managing Change Can Reduce Risk & Improve Your ROI
As we all know, management of change as outlined in OSHA 1910.119(a)(2) only covers certain processes. However, every business, regardless of legal requirements, needs to control losses, and this is not only applicable to safety.
Join Medgate and ERM in this webinar, where we will discuss the basics of change management and how to apply it to a broader scope of processes in order to better control risk, ultimately contributing to your company’s bottom line.
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- See how to evaluate Management of Change (MOC) from a non-regulatory perspective
- Learn how MOC can help control risk beyond safety
- Hear some tips and tricks on avoiding common MOC mistakes
- Understand the potential ROI
: March 16, 2017
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
Pam Bobbit is the Director of Channels & Product Marketing at Medgate. Having trained as a chemist, Pam has spent more than 15 years as an EHS professional in the pharmaceutical, chemical and automotive industries. At Medgate, she is using her EHS industry expertise to translate business requirements into successful software programs. Pam Bobbit is the Director of Channels & Product Marketing at Medgate. Having trained as a chemist, Pam has spent more than 15 years as an EHS professional in the pharmaceutical, chemical and automotive industries. At Medgate, she is using her EHS industry expertise to translate business requirements into successful software programs. www.medgate.com
Sammy Lakshmanan is a Senior Partner within ERM within the Sustainability Information Solutions practice. He has over 17 years of experience helping companies with developing an EHS / IT strategy and implementing and sustaining systems within that portfolio. He has helped Fortune 500 organizations achieve EHS operational excellence in a wide range of industries. In particular, he has worked with company on developing and enhancing their analytics strategy, managing operational costs and leveraging the strategic value/investment for EHS/IT systems, and helping to identify ways to integrate EHS with Operations. ERM is the leading sustainability consulting company in the world with 5000 employees and 150 offices in over 40 countries. www.erm.com
Charles Corbit is a Partner with ERM Information Solutions focused on project and program delivery. He has over 20 years of experience in EH&S projects, focused on Healthy & Safety, Operational Risk Management and Process Safety, including a number of system implementation and transformation projects focused on Management of Change – especially in the oil & gas and other industries
Duration: 1 Hour