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Risk Management is becoming the standard benchmark for identifying potential hazards at all levels of an EHS organization. It fosters the ability to make informed, systematic decisions and offers a universal method of presenting operational data across the enterprise.

In this webinar, EtQ’s Fotios Filacouris will review the benefits of incorporating risk methods into the Incident Management process. Join us as we demonstrate how automated EHS solutions enable you to build a closed-loop, risk-based process, and provide visibility, control, and traceability from event detection to event correction.

You will learn:

·        Key areas where risk management is applied in EHS
·        How risk incorporated into Incident Management fosters better decision-making capabilities
·        The benefits of tying reporting to the process
·        How incident data can influence continuous improvement

SPEAKER

Fotios

Fotios Filacouris
EHS Product Specialist
EtQ

Fotios joined EtQ in 2013. He started as a Technical Implementation Consultant and is currently working as a Sales Engineer for the Pre-sales Department. Fotios has performed requirements gathering, created design specifications and done configurations for various customers while working with EtQ Professional Services. He has also conducted numerous Designer training sessions.
As a Sales Engineer, he is responsible for attending client workshops and Proof of Concepts. He is working on furthering the EtQ product roadmap and expanding the standard product.  Fotios has expertise in On-Site engagements and working face to face with industry leaders.

Prior to EtQ, Fotios worked for the largest software company on Long Island as a Technical Analyst for OpenLink Financial.  Fotios was responsible for Environmental Health and Safety abatement modules that were included in the standard trading platform for OpenLink.

 

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