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Lean Manufacturing: How using an EHS Software can make it a reality

Environmental, Health & Safety Managers are faced everyday with organizational objectives that seem to compete for their time. Today you likely work in an organization that has embraced the concepts of Lean Manufacturing. You are committed to that goal, but feel overwhelmed with the ever growing demands of your EHS Compliance responsibilities. Your to-do list keeps growing and the number of daily activities has reached the point where you have difficulty keeping up with what was done yesterday and what is on the table for today. On top of all of that, you feel the pressure of hard reporting deadlines set by Government Regulations. If anything, you need more help, not less, but the Budget hasn’t grown any and you have been asked to make cuts to already approved projects. Does this sound like you?

Join us on February 9th, 2011, 2:00 PM Eastern Time for a webinar that features a roundtable discussion between J.B. Poindexter & Co., Inc. officers and their consultants as they examine the steps undertaken by JBPCO toward a viable solution to the issues above.

Specific topics discussed will be the following:

  • EHS Compliance issues related to data collection, onsite Audits, EHS tasks management and EHS Reporting prior to having an EHS Compliance Software.
  • The process of choosing an EHS Compliance Software vendor.
  • How the implementation process was accomplished and the real benefits of software automation.
  • How the utilization of EHS software systems actually reduced EHS Departmental costs, eliminated NOV’s, made the department more efficient and ensured accurate reporting.

Come learn how the J.B. Poindexter Company transformed a difficult EHS Compliance situation into what their Board of Directors now views as a positive contributor to a leaner, more sustainable organization.

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This webinar occurred on February 9, 2011 and an on-demand version is now available by registering below

About J.B. Poindexter & Co., Inc.
J.B. Poindexter & Co., Inc. (JBPCO) manufactures commercial truck and step-van bodies and installs them on ready-made truck chassis made by Ford, Freightliner, and Workhorse. They manufacture hard pickup truck caps and tonneaus, under such brand names as Leer and LoRider, as well as limousines and funeral coaches under brand names Federal Coach and Eagle Coach. The MIC Group provides precision machining services and the EFP subsidiary manufactures expanded foam products. Customers include GM, Ryder, Penske, UPS, FedEx and Frito-Lay.

SPEAKERS:

Robert D. Waugaman, Regional EHS Manager for J.B. Poindexter & Co., Inc.
Mr. Waugaman has worked in the Environmental, Health, and Safety field for the past 30 years for several multi state manufacturing companies. For 15 of those years he managed a regional office of a broad based environmental consulting firm with emphasis on air permitting. All of these positions required that he develop and maintain environmental records and ensure that regulatory reporting was completed on time.

Phillip D. Schull, Vice President of Risk Management
Philip D. Schull responsibility for the company’s business insurance, environmental, health and safety programs. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Schull was Director of Environment, Health and Safety from 1989 to 2000 with E-Systems, Inc. (now Raytheon Company). Before E-Systems, he worked for Texas Instruments, Inc. from 1977 to 1989, where he rose to the position of Corporate Manager of Safety and Health. In his 33-year career, he has been involved with major construction projects, U.S. and international compliance programs in high technology industries, due diligence for acquisitions, and federal environmental rulemaking. Mr. Schull has a BS and MS in Engineering from the University of Michigan and has been a certified professional for over 23 years.

Kevin Parks,Partner and owner of D&B Environmental Services, Inc.
D&B Environmental Services, Inc. located in Osceola, Indiana (North Central Indiana). D&B Environmental Services, Inc. is a regional safety and environmental consulting company with approximately 400 clients and customers with locations throughout North America. Mr. Parks has been an environmental consultant since 1989 and has served repeatedly as a technical applications consultant to E.I. Dupont de Nemours. Mr. Parks’ primary consulting disciplines include Clean Air Act permitting and compliance, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) hazardous waste compliance, and Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization Act (SARA) regulatory compliance. Mr. Parks has served as the operations manager for non-hazardous and industrial wastewater treatment facilities in South Bend and Indianapolis, Indiana. Mr. Parks holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and Environmental Studies and is pursuing his Master’s Degree in Environmental Management from Columbia.

Sarah Sajedi, Director of Research and Development at ERA Environmental Consulting, Inc.
Sarah manages ERA’s programming group and scientific/engineering staff. She spearheaded software development for the Web based ERA-EMS™ (Environmental Management System) and the ERA-EHS™ (Environmental Health/Safety & Hygiene Module).Sarah was instrumental in creating automated systems to generate reports for the earliest NESHAP Regulations in the early 1990’s. Her unique knowledge of software design and EHS Regulations coupled with her formal education in Chemistry make her particularly adept at designing software solutions for EHS Professionals. Sarah Sajedi has a BS with specialties in Chemistry & Biochemistry from Concordia University.

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This webinar occurred on February 9, 2011 and an on-demand version is now available by registering below

Duration: 1 Hour


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