On-Demand Webinar

Establishing the Strategic Value of EHS through Goal Setting

Not many people like goal setting or strategic planning but think of the consequences of NOT setting goals or planning strategically. Effective people and successful enterprises recognize the benefits that come from effectively setting goals and developing a strategic plan to assure accomplishment of those goals.

The EHS community must have the knowledge and skills to engage in the goal setting and strategic planning process. This webinar describes two simple but powerful models that will go a long way in assisting EHS professionals in setting effective goals and integrating them into a strategic plan that aligns with the goals of their organization.

Watch this webinar to learn about:

  • The SMART methodology
  • The OGSM model
  • How to merge goal setting with strategic planning
  • Applying accountability and identifying goal gaps



Anyone looking to learn more about the importance of establishing the strategic value of EHS through goal setting.


Dr. Richard Fulwiler, PhD, CIH, CSHM is the president of Technology Leadership Associates and a course director and instructor at the Harvard School of Public Health. He serves as an adjunct professor of Environmental Health at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and was the worldwide director of health & safety for Proctor & Gamble.

Scott Gaddis is Key Thought Leader/Vice President and Global Practice Leader for Safety and Health at Intelex Technologies ULC He is a strategic and top-performing EHS executive with 29+ years experience heading industry leading organizations and has extensive domestic and global expertise in regulatory compliance, LEAN-based manufacturing, research and development, construction safety, ISO 14001 and 45001, risk management, process development, exposure identification, change management, mergers/acquisitions and due diligence.

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