The Current & Future State of EH&S Regulatory Compliance: How to Implement Compliance Programs that Reduce Risks & Increase Performance

This event was recorded on Tuesday, April 22, 2014. Register below to view the recording.

Register below to view the recording. Join Enablon, RegScan and Environmental Leader for one-hour EH&S Regulatory Compliance webinar.

Most companies today manage operations globally, across national borders. Regulatory requirements are constantly evolving and it’s becoming more & more challenging to understand which regulatory changes may impact your company. Ned Ertel, CEO of RegScan, leading regulatory provider of regulatory compliance services to companies worldwide, will share his expertise on the latest EH&S regulations industries must comply with in the U.S. and across the globe. He will provide insight on how to manage the complexity of complying with multiple regulations in a cost efficient way.

Across the globe, constantly changing EH&S regulations are impacting Senior Executives’ ability to effectively make long-term business plans. The role of the EH&S manager has evolved to include anticipating the impact of future regulations on long-term sustainability. To do so, an increasing number of EH&S managers are relying on information systems to implement robust compliance programs. Alexis Merydith, NA Product Manager at Enablon, will discuss how technology fits within an innovative EH&S program that goes beyond compliance to improve long term company sustainability. She will also present best practices from leading companies that are implementing efficient compliance strategies worldwide.

Join our experts at Enablon and RegScan that will address the changing EH&S regulatory market, share the compliance management best practices of leading organizations and offer practical guidelines to ensure compliance globally and achieve measurable EH&S performance.

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Meet the Speakers:

Ned Ertel,
President and CEO

A graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and Dartmouth College, Mr. Ertel joined RegScan in 1999. He has been President and CEO since 2004. Prior to that, he was a Litigation Associate with the Philadelphia-based law firm of Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel. He also was an Assistant to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation, and interned in the Office of General Counsel. In 1993, Secretary Peňa gave him an exceptional service award.

Mr. Ertel is also active politically, having been involved in both the 2008 and 2004 Presidential campaigns. He was also a Deputy Director of Operations for the Presidential Inaugural Committee and state director for South Dakota for the Clinton-Gore campaign in 1996. Ned currently resides in Washington, D.C. with his wife, Jennifer Squires, and their three children.
Alexis Merydith,
North American Product Manager

Alexis Merydith is the North American (NA) Product Manager at Enablon. Ms. Merydith is responsible for managing the Environmental and Compliance Product Management teams at Enablon NA for the long term roadmap, development, and marketing for the Air Quality (AQS), Water (WWS), Waste (WMS) Environmental Analysis (EA), Regulatory Compliance (RCM), Audit (ACS), and Proficiency (PROF). Additionally, Ms. Merydith leads the Enabon Content Management team. As the NA Manager, Ms. Merydith is focused on sustainability, greenhouse gas and energy management, regulatory compliance and auditing and air emissions content and software. She has over 20 years of experience in environmental data management systems, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) project management and performing data management and validation, quality assurance and regulatory compliance.
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