Saving Time, Reducing Cost and Avoiding Risk:

Tools and Techniques to Effectively Manage EHS Regulatory Compliance.

How much did you save on EHS compliance this year? Many people scoff at the idea that compliance can save them money, but most don’t realize what they’ve spent. Many organizations suffer from manual processes, costly legal consultations, excessive compliance violations, and even buy unnecessary maintenance equipment to store and dispose of toxic waste.

For a fraction of the price of a single legal consultation, entire facilities can be up and running systems that manage complex and evolving regulatory exposures and minimize or eliminate costs and risks associated with audits, non-compliance, fines, and accidents.

Join regulatory experts from IHS and Citation Technologies as they discuss the complexity of the global EHS regulatory environment and offer very simple and straightforward advice to help companies eliminate cost and risk associated with ever-changing environmental, occupational health, physical facility security and safety regulations.

They will discuss:
  • Keeping up with today’s complex and evolving global regulatory landscape
  • Tools that interpret global regulations and pinpoint local HSSE requirements
  • Legal responsibilities at individual facilities, within business units, or across entire companies
  • Opportunities to minimize your dependencies on late or costly legal consultation
  • Methods to eliminate manual processes and automate compliance activities

December 16, 2010
TIME: 1:00 EST - 12:00 Central - 10:00 PST

This webcast offers both essential education and practical advice for individuals in environmental compliance, EHS, regulatory affairs, compliance, and risk management roles looking to comply with regulations, improve compliance processes, and save money. Learn how organizations that embrace effective compliance change management can reduce liability, mitigate risks, and enable efficiency and cost savings throughout the organization.


Ted Polakowski - Senior Vice President, Citation Technologies Inc.
He is responsible for the global product portfolio, called the Compliance Continuum, offered by Citation. Included are software applications such as the Applicability Review Tool, ART, Country Catalogs and the Risk Prioritization Tool. Mr. Polakowski holds six patents in the field of printed wiring board processing. He has done tours of duty in R&D, manufacturing engineering, system architecture and corporate assignments. Ted is currently located in Parsippany, New Jersey.

Amy Van Schaick - Manager, Standards/Regulatory Product Consultant - IHS, Inc.
Amy Van Schaick is Manager, Standards and Regulations Product Consulting with IHS. Her knowledge and experience are used to consult and advise IHS client on business challenges addressed by IHS standards and regulatory products and services. Amy assists with technical knowledge on product content and package/segment configurations, analyzing prospects' functional, technical and business requirements to determine what product should be recommended, conducting sales presentations and demonstrations and identifying information and tools needed. Prior to her current role, Amy was a Senior Customer Service Manager with IHS for 11 years. During that time she was responsible for a wide customer territory that required in-depth knowledge of all IHS Engineering products.

Bruce Regan
For nearly 22 years, Bruce Regan has been making a difference in the environmental, health and safety fields by addressing the specific information needs of each of his clients. For the past 10 years, Bruce has been a key player in the success of Citation Technologies Inc. (creator of CyberRegs), where he is currently the company’s Vice President of Business Development. Bruce is known in the industry for his ability to customize solutions to best fit the needs of his clients. Over the years, Bruce has used his talents to meet the needs of many of the top energy companies, government entities, manufacturers, consulting firms and more.

Duration: 1 Hour