Going Beyond the Spreadsheet: 5 Ways to Use Technology to Accelerate Your ISO 14001 Environmental Programs

REGISTER Below to view the ONDemand Version
This webinar occured on:  August 10, 2011

This webinar will explore the topic of automating and enhancing your internal process and ISO 14001 EMS compliance measures. Going Beyond the Spreadsheet will look at the importance of using technology to take your system to the next level and gain that extra day back each week.

In this webinar, Gary Robinson, Commercial Director for Canada at BSI, a founder of Entropy International, will explore 5 proven ways that Software is being used to enhance environmental initiatives, ensure compliance, and drive continual improvement in businesses around the world.

Focus areas include:
  • monitoring and reporting key performance indicators
  • tracking aspects and impacts and reducing the risk of potentially costly pollution incidents
  • measuring compliance with environmental legislation and your EMS requirements
  • driving core initiatives that can make a difference to your bottom line and your sustainability report
  • deploying standard operating procedures and raising employee awareness
Who should attend?
  • Environmental Managers / Officers, responsible for implementing and maintaining a Management system
  • Site Managers, who manage key risks on site
  • Quality and Safety managers interested in covering environmental issues
  • VPs, responsible for the management of a corporate program around a key risk area such as Quality, Environment, Safety or the Supply Chain
  • CEOs, Presidents and Directors responsible for the environmental performance and compliance of the organization

REGISTER Below to view the ONDemand Version
This webinar occured on:  August 10, 2011

This webinar will explore and explain how web-based software solutions – and particularly Entropy® Software solutions from BSI - can help to manage Quality, Health & Safety, and particularly Environmental responsibilities and conformity. You can have immediate visibility of all training needs, tasks, and responsibilities; keep users up-to-date with news, event, alerts, and reminders; allow users to share information and best practice; enable executives and senior managers to set, communicate and monitor compliance with policies, procedures and guidelines.

Gary Robinson
Commercial Director for Canada at BSI A founder of Entropy International (now part of BSI) and a co-author of the Butterworth and Heinemann publication “The ISO 14001 EMS Implementation Handbook.”

Over the past 15 years Gary has been involved with integrated management system, eBusiness and business improvement projects around the world. At BSI, Gary helps drive business value from adopting information technology to improve business performance and customer engagement.

Gary is a graduate of Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, with a degree in International Business specializing in Management Information Systems. He has studied at the Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University in the Netherlands and holds a Masters of Science in Environmental Management and Policy from the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics in Lund, Sweden.

BSI Group is a global independent business services organization which enables businesses, governments, and other organizations to increase profits and market access, and to enhance reputation with its standards-based solutions and assurance services. From its origins as the world’s first National Standards Body, BSI Group draws upon over 100 years’ experience to partner with 66,000 organizations in 147 countries from its 50 offices. Today, through its independence, innovation and integrity, BSI continues to improve the lives of millions by raising standards worldwide. To learn more about the BSI Group please visit www.bsigroup.ca.

Duration: 1 Hour