Objectives of the Presentation
Why Should you Attend
- Understanding how EHS must be an integral part of laboratory management
- Learning how policy, standards, guidelines procedures, practices and programs fit into the management fabric
- Understanding how the management of day-to-day operations can provide confidence
- An understanding how to avoid non-compliance situations
- Learn how to avoid missing regulatory deadline
- Learn how to make use of the EHS laboratory management tools
Attend the training to learn how the EHS function can play a material role in the management of a laboratory. Permit requirements, the selection of chemicals to be used in the laboratory, specifically chemicals to be used in the development of new products and new product lines, and the importance understanding of how the management of EHS day-day activities will increase laboratory efficiency and the bottom line.
The development and implementation of laboratory EHS are:
And the above all fit together as a fabric to manage EHS within laboratories.
In addition, a day-to-day hand on manual to be used to manage the day to day EHS laboratory function will be discussed. The manual will introduce day-to-day EHS manage in the areas of:
- Administration functions
- Legislative and regulatory requirement
- Operations and maintenance within the laboratory
- Crisis management
This webinar is a must for anyone working in a laboratory.
Who will Benefit
All people who are working in laboratories as technicians, managers, VPs and the like will benefit from attending this webinar.
Too often laboratory functions do not put much emphasis on EHS management. So long as the safety record appears it's ok to good, why do anything more. This webinar will address how some laboratories are functioning at a high level of efficiency and effectiveness by providing the EHS management tools for effective leadership and management resulting in effective and efficient EHS efforts. EHS does not need to be a necessary evil; it can and should be a means to increase the bottom line.