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Reporting for EHS: An Integral Strategy in Sustainable Organizational Policy

Published 12-08-03

Submitted by Marcus Evans Ltd.

marcus evans presents Reporting for EHS; February 9 & 10, 2004 – Denver, CO. Featuring top executives in the field of Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) reporting; this conference will emphasize the solutions and strategies that every organization needs to know in order to manage and implement EHS reporting processes effectively.

Featuring a two-day format, the sessions will focus on the reporting of EHS issues, as this has become the substantial issue in the control of EHS operations within corporations around the globe. This concern has arisen due to pressure from outside forces seeking to impose legislation that makes reporting a crucial feature of a company’s processes. Through case studies and interactive discussion, executives of EHS who attend this event will arm themselves with the tools and strategies they need in order to attain their ultimate reporting capabilities. This conference will feature a session dedicated to ensuring that all employees share a collective vision of the benefits of EHS reporting and that this vision is congruent with company goals.

James Qin, Chief Global EHS Officer – US Borax, Inc. keynotes day one ‘ Development of EHS Reporting Policies That Measure and Enforce Good Reporting Practices’ as well as Aldo Morell, Director, Safety, Health and Environmental Excellence Center – Dupont, scheduled to present ‘Overcoming Obstacles Created by Global Reporting’. Day two features key presentations by Gary Daugherty, Director and VPAS, Global Environmental Management – The Scotts Company, presenting ‘Internal Auditing Tactics for Environmental Record-Keeping – Section 404. In addition, Walt Rosenberg, VP, Corporate Social Environmental Responsibility – Hewlett Packard keynotes day two ‘ Development of Corporate Social Responsibility Programs Aligned with EHS Reporting.

Commonwealth Industries Inc, Polaroid, Baxter International Inc, Dow Chemical, US Postal System, Boise Cascade, Dole Fresh Vegetables, Intel Corporation, FedEx Express, and Motorola will also address other poignant topics relating to reporting for EHS that will include:

  • Creating a Unified Vision of EHS Reporting to Assure Transparency and Continued Business Value.
  • Securing Internal Executive Support for EHS Reporting Initiatives
  • Communication Strategies in the internal and External Delivery of EHS Reports.
  • Assuring Complete Regulatory Compliance Through Succinct EHS Reporting.
  • Outlining Guidelines for Effective CSR Reporting.
  • Examination of the Advantages and Disadvantages of ISO 14001 Registration.
This conference will facilitate the dissemination of knowledge, and solutions that have been found useful in changing the face of reporting for EHS in organisations around the world. In effect, this will make the management and implementation of this valuable process more efficient and easily compliant with present Sarbanes-Oxley regulations, and future legislation.

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About marcus evans
marcus evans is the leading provider of conferences across a diverse range of industry segments. Our conferences are thoroughly researched with high calibre practitioners from international blue chip organizations, academic bodies, government institutions, innovative start-ups and other leading edge industry sources. Designed to meet the requirements of senior market representatives, our conferences offer a unique opportunity to gain knowledge into the latest market trends from the undisputed experts, whilst providing the occasion to network in a very interactive and stimulating environment.

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