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Symposium - Speakers Announced
 
Join us in Austin TX, on February 25-26, 2016 Each year the Campbell Institute presents the Symposium; a
ground-breaking event where attendees explore what lies ahead in the field of EHS. True to the root of the word,
the Symposium focuses on the free and open exchange of ideas among peers. Presentations are brief, topics are
provocative and discussion is thought-provoking.
 
 
Symposium - KeynotesKeynotes by:

Todd Conklin . HUMAN PERFORMANCE
Todd clarifies the relationship between the workers in the field and the organization's systems, processes, and programs. He will share practices and ideas he uses in his own workplace and at event investigations in other workplaces.

Andrew Winston . THE BIG PIVOT
Andrew makes the case that the way companies operate today cannot keep up with the rate of change in our physical world. The leaders that make the Big Pivot will build resilient, flexible organizations that profit by creating a healthier, more sustainable, more profitable world. 

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 Event moderated by:

Colin Duncan . CEO, DEKRA Insight
   Colin Duncan leads the DEKRA Insight organization globally, driving the strategy, vision, and innovation
necessary to save lives, prevent injuries,and protect assets for organizations around the world. With a 
 focus on delivering sustainable safety improvements, Colin works both with leadership teams and
individual leaders on solutions for safety and operational performance improvement
 and on developing the capacity and skills for leading change.
 

Presentations by:

  • Scott Harczynski INTEGRATION OF EHS . Scott is Vice President HSE and Facilities at Honeywell Aerospace and will tell how to leverage the EHS system to make it greater than the sum of its parts.
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  • Dr. Susan L. KoenHUMAN PERFORMANCE RISKS & REMEDIES . Susan is an organizational psychologist and the CEO & Founder of Round The Clock Resources, Inc., a Strategic Partner of DEKRA Insight and the world leader in powering Performance Reliability in multi-shift operations.  She will share a roadmap of changes needed to achieve high human reliability and operating discipline with human behavior and why it is sometimes inconsistent and inexplicable.
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  • Tom McWilliams . TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS IN OHS COMPETENCY . Tom is Director EHS, Fort Hills Project for Suncor Energy Inc.will be discussing the evolution of technology and how you can use advancements to save lives and money.
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  • Nick StavropoulosA VIEW FROM THE TOP - RISK MANAGEMENT. Nick is President, Gas, at Pacific Gas and Electric Company and will be sharing what leadership at PG&E is doing today to influence EHS and risk in the future.
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  • Panel Discussion . HEALTH & WELLBEING 
    • Elizabeth Frisch . Elizabeth is a best-selling author and business performance consultant to Fortune 100 - 1000 companies, local, state, and federal government agencies, non-profits and the U.S. Military; she will share with us how these companies administer their wellness programs. 
    • Diane Plas RN BSN . Diane is the Network Community Outreach Manager and Ignite Women's Health Program Lead for Seton and will share how they work with the community. 
    • Bryan Trotter . Bryan is the Global Manufacturing ESH Manager at Microsoft. He will discuss how Microsoft has influenced their employees to take healthier actions. 
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$499 Institute Members  Refund Policy

$599 General Attendees  Refund Policy

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Rooming has closed - if you need to book a room, please contact the Event Organizer.

Hilton Austin
500 East 4th Street
Austin, Texas 78701

Transporation to the Hilton Austin from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

Type

Typical Minimum Charge

Bus              

$1.75           

Limo

Fees vary

Shuttle

$16.00

Rental Car

Fees vary

Taxi

$30.00

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February 25, 2016

 
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Check-in & Breakfast                            

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Opening Keynote

10:45 AM - 5:15 PM

Sessions

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Lunch

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Reception

February 26, 2016

 
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Breakfast

8:00 AM - 11:45 AM

Sessions

12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Closing Keynote

12:45 PM - 2:00PM

Lunch

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Event Organizer: Katie Knee 

Phone: 1.630.775.2071

Email: campbellinstitute@nsc.org