QEHS and Sustainability Performance Management: Using a Single, Integrated Management System to Improve Performance
Event Date: October 26, 2016 12:00 PM CT/1:00 PM ET
Companies are working harder than ever to improve performance. One area that is getting increased attention is environmental, health, safety and sustainability management (EHS&S). Organizations are realizing that EHS&S performance directly affects business performance. They are starting to adopt, measure and monitor performance of EHS&S similar to how they measure and monitor quality. The extension and harmonization of ISO management standards around quality, environmental health and safety, social responsibility, compliance management and risk management is creating demand need for a single, integrated management system or QEHS&S.

This webinar will look into why the management system needs to engage the workforce in daily activities while providing executive visibility into quality, EHS, risk and sustainability performance across the enterprise.


Doug Hatler, Director of Sales, EHS, EtQ, dhatler@etq.com

Doug Hatler has 30 years of experience in marketing, selling and delivering health, safety, environment, security, sustainability and quality solutions that reduce operational risk, ensure compliance and improve business performance. He’s also a published industry expert and featured speaker who has worked in the consulting and technology industries.

Robert B. Pojasek, Ph.D., Pojasek & Associates LLC, Rpojasek@sprynet.com

Dr. Robert Pojasek (Pojasek & Associates) has more than 40 years of experience as a consultant specializing in risk management, EH&S (environment, health and safety) and organizational sustainability. His book, “Organizational Risk Management and Sustainability: A Practical Step-by-Step Guide” is scheduled to be released by CRC Press (Taylor & Francis Publishers) in January 2017. He has more than 100 publications and is often invited as a keynote speaker at international events within his fields of expertise. Dr. Pojasek teaches an online organizational sustainability course through Harvard University.


Tom Musick, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine

Tom Musick covers worker safety for Safety+Health magazine. He will moderate the session.

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