Typically senior management care about its employees (People), the image and reputation of their company and brands (Public Trust) and, of course, the bottom line (Profit).
The simple model: People, Public Trust and Profit can be used to explain to senior management that EHS not only responds to the human case for H&S but also the business case. Once they understand this they are more likely to engage in the EHS process. Key to this concept is the importance of expressing typical EHS outputs as critical business outputs such as cost, quality and production and creating the understanding that EHS can create a competitive advantage. The webinar will present actual examples for expressing critical EHS metrics as critical business KPIs. This webinar will also demonstrate how an effective EHS software platform can augment these efforts by providing a means for EHS teams to collect, analyze, translate, and communicate key metrics and KPIs both internally and externally.
Dr. Richard D. Fulwiler, ScD, CIH, FAIHA, President, Transformational Leadership Associates
Dr. Richard D. Fulwiler, ScD, CIH, FAIHA, is President of Transformational Leadership Associates, a consultancy that focuses on organizations achieving functional excellence not just in health & safety but in other critical output areas by applying the principles of transformational leadership. It’s all about getting their head and heart in the game. Prior to forming Transformational Leadership Associates, he had a 28-year career in health and safety at Procter & Gamble starting as an industrial hygienist and progressing to Director of Heath and Safety Worldwide. His responsibilities included occupational medicine, industrial hygiene, safety, OSHA and worker’s compensation. During his tenure, Procter & Gamble has achieved broad recognition for its health and safety excellence as well as for having developed and deployed a comprehensive behavior-based management system spanning the entire globe leading to world class results. He is Adjunct Professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, has a faculty appointment at the Harvard School of Public Health, and is Co-Director for their Leadership & Management Course. He has an international reputation and has published widely and is a frequent speaker at conferences. For the last five years he has been listed as one of the five gurus in EHS Today’s list of the 50 most influential leaders in Environment Health & Safety, listed in ISHN’s 2012 Power 101 leaders shaping the S&H world, and is the 2011 recipient of the AIHA Distinguished Service Award.
Trevor Bronson, Corporate Strategy Associate, Intelex
Trevor Bronson is a Corporate Strategy Associate at Intelex. Trevor teams with senior leaders at Intelex to define, launch and drive strategic initiatives related to content, product, market analysis and product market trends. Before joining Intelex, Trevor was a Senior Industry Analyst at Verdantix, focusing on helping EHS technology vendors grow their business and helped corporate EHS professionals improve their company’s EHS performance with tools and management strategies. He has real-world experience in the EHSQ arena, having previously been an EHS Systems Analyst at Benjamin Moore & Co., where he used Intelex tools to help improve the company’s ability to collect, analyze, interpret and organize EHS data. He also has experience as an EHS Engineer at Tesla Motors, where he worked as an EHS generalist doing whatever needed to be done in terms of safety audits, environmental permitting, process safety, etc. He has a Bachelor’s in Environmental Health, Safety, and Sustainability from the Rochester institute in Technology.