April 20, 2023

[Webinar] Five Keys to EHS and ESG Risk Management Excellence

Time: 11:00 am EST
Managing and reducing risks is becoming more challenging as requirements and staff responsibilities expand. Nevertheless, risk management professionals have growing opportunities to contribute to – and even drive – increased business value.
EHS Risk Management supports health, safety,  environmental and quality management programs that help promote a culture of safety and quality, drive ongoing improvement efforts, and allow teams to report on and improve overall operational performance. ESG Risk Management reduces internal and external risks to compliance and capital access. A comprehensive approach to EHS and ESG Risk Management enables agile action and long-term improvements.

In this webinar you will learn five guiding principles that make the complexity more manageable, no matter where your company is in your Risk Management maturity journey.

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Aaron Davis, Sr. Manager of Product Marketing, Intelex

As a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Intelex Technologies, Aaron brings over 15 years’ experience in technology product go to market in industries including cybersecurity, mobility, and IoT. Aaron works closely with enterprise customers to understand their approach to optimizing their operations through advanced technologies. Aaron is responsible for business strategy, planning, and go-to-market for Intelex’s EHS software solutions. Aaron is actively engaged in researching and listening to customers and the broader market to create solutions that guide both practitioners and thought leaders on their journey to safer and more sustainable operations.

Charlie Knapp, Sr. Manager of Product Marketing, Intelex

Charlie is senior product marketing manager for Intelex Technologies in Denver. He leads the communication of ESG and environmental software capabilities and benefits. A popular conference speaker, he is a veteran of EHS, AI, CRM, GRC, ERP, and supply chain software companies in a range of industries such as energy, manufacturing, and life sciences, focusing on product strategy and product marketing. He helped one software firm achieve number two market share with both environmental and safety software products that help their customers to improve their EHS performance. He has also worked on air pollution modelling and environmental impact assessment. He holds a Master of Planning, Urban & Regional Environment, from the University of Southern California.