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Leading Trends in EHS: Approaches for the New Decade

Executive Forum

The world of environmental, health and safety continues to evolve with an increased focus on improved solutions to old problems, and the introduction of entirely new concepts into daily routines. Many organizations struggle to keep core programs relevant and grapple to stay on top of leading trends.
Don’t fall behind. This session will provide a sweeping view of the state of EHS in 2021. Learn how to refresh critical training programs, incorporate serious injury and fatality prevention and ensure psychological safety. Join us to pose questions and hear from the experts as we chart this future together.

Wednesday, March 3 | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Safety Excellence Track

Designing Your Strategy for Serious Injury and Fatality Prevention

Wednesday, March 3 | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Implementing a serious injury and fatality prevention program is a logical next step for organizations desiring to be proactive rather than reactive to life-altering incidents. Some struggle with leadership buy-in, but others find difficulty in creating an integrated and strategic approach. Learn from those who have found success in both of these areas and discuss specifics with your peers.

Training for the Generations

Thursday, March 4 | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

As employees continue to work beyond traditional retirement age, and Generation Z employees begin to enter the workplace, organizations are faced with the largest generational span workplaces have ever seen. Learn how environment, health and safety professionals can become more flexible and creative while ensuring training is applicable and understanding is consistent across the entire spectrum.

Why Employees Must Feel Safe to Be Safe

Thursday, March 4 | 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Employees who feel safe at work, and belong to a strong safety-minded team, experience fewer incidents and reduce unsafe behaviors. When employees feel they are accepted and respected, they are more likely to speak up when something is wrong. Learn how organizations can empower employees to be the safest version of themselves while in the workplace.

Safety Management Systems Track

Achieving EHS Excellence:
Best Practices from the 2020 Campbell Award Winner


Friday, March 5 | 9:00 am -10:00 am


Katherine Smith, Sr. Program Manager, Campbell Institute
Senior Level EHS Professional, 2020 Campbell Award Winner