- May 29, 2019
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Did You Know?
- Companies with robust environmental management and risk practices are more likely to be found to be compliant with OSHA and EPA statutory requirements and provide cleaner, safer, and more efficient places to work for their organization.
- In 2014, the EPA levied $163 million in combined federal administrative, civil judicial penalties and criminal fines for business noncompliance.
- Lean and Green businesses report increased safety as measured by total recordable incidence rate, lost work days; employee engagement and satisfaction; and total operational productivity
- Lean and Green strategies can be applied to any business to identify waste, manage and eliminate environmental risk and improve operational effectiveness.
- Discuss strategies to adopt or apply lean manufacturing best practices towards the challenges of risk management and environmental compliance
- Discover specific tools and auditing practices that can reduce business exposure to penalties from external reporting environmental agencies
- Learn how your organization can create an improvement plan for identifying potential hazards and risks, implementing countermeasures and continuously improving and reducing the total environmental footprint of your business or organization.
What to Expect
- The group will discuss specific examples of what can happen when companies fail to adopt Lean and Green strategies and the consequences experienced including lost business and market share; increased risk exposure to employees and the local community; and reduced business efficiency as a result of bad habits and suboptimal management practices.
Who Should Attend?
- Individuals within an organization responsible for the health and safety of employees, environmental compliance and regulatory requirements.
Venue Phone: (401) 270-8896
315 Iron Horse Way, Providence, Rhode Island, 02908, United States