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Corporate Sustainability: Metrics for Managing Improvement

Sustainable organizations must do more than increase operational efficiencies; they must demonstrate a commitment to both 'do good' and 'do well.' Corporate responsibility begins by establishing environmental compliance and continues by capturing, disclosing, and managing sustainability performance metrics. You will hear from Liz McMeekin, Corporate Environmental Manager for PPG Industries, Inc., as she describes how they leveraged technology to: Manage energy consumption and greenhouse gas data from 150 facilities in 40 countries Establish controls for accurate and consistent capture of key data points Analyze and disclose environmental performance using dashboards and reports PPG is a global supplier of paints, chemicals, and specialty materials. They serve customers in construction, consumer products, industrial and transportation markets and aftermarkets. They have manufacturing facilities around the globe and have published Corporate Sustainability reports since 2008. Note: Due to the proprietary nature of the information presented in this webinar, a Dakota Software representative will contact you to facilitate your access to the recording.

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Behavior-Based Safety: Put Your Observational Data to Work

While Behavior-Based Safety (BBS) has proven an effective method for reducing workplace incidents, Safety Professionals often find managing observational data challenging, especially across multi-site operations. You can make sustainable improvements to your safety program by combining BBS practices with an effective management system. You will hear from Don Pierce, Corporate Safety Manager for Dot Foods, Inc., as he describes how they achieved remarkable results with their safety program and leveraged technology to: Implement observational guidelines and procedures across multiple sites Automate Near Miss action tracking to ensure accountability and accurate reporting Include results in safety audits to create a sustainable culture of safety Dot Foods is a privately-owned food redistributor employing 3,800 people at eight distribution centers across the US. Dot's customer base consists of nearly 4,000 distributors nationwide. Note: Due to the proprietary nature of the information presented in this webinar, a Dakota Software representative will contact you to facilitate your access to the recording.

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Revelations in EHS Excellence: How Thinking Outside the Box Can Save Time and Money

Achieving EHS compliance is just the beginning. When it comes to local requirements and site-specific considerations, even "Best-in-Class" EHS managers must overcome tracking and reporting challenges to maintain EHS excellence. You will hear from Jeet Radia, Senior Vice President of EHS and HR at McWane Inc., as he describes how they tapped into the power of their existing system to: Streamline data capture related to Environmental Events and Incidents Track the progress of and costs associated with Supplemental Environmental Projects Export custom documentation and reports for Permits, Deviations, and Consent Decrees McWane is a family-owned and operated manufacturer employing 6,000 people. It has operations on multiple continents including pipe facilities, valve and hydrant facilities, utility fittings facilities, and tank and fire extinguisher facilities. Note: Due to the proprietary nature of the information presented in this webinar, a Dakota Software representative will contact you to facilitate your access to the recording.

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Energy Management: Providing Decision Support for Resource Efficiency Projects

Most organizations recognize that reducing energy usage is beneficial to both the environment and their bottom line. Many struggle, however, to quantify the opportunities and identify which projects are worth implementing. By effectively managing energy project data, organizations create a shared 'knowledge base' that can be used to determine where resources should be allocated. You will hear from Carl Schultz, Senior Director, Environment, Health and Safety at TE Connectivity, as he describes how they leveraged technology to: Manage energy audit findings and prioritize projects for funding Analyze expected costs and payback periods Report on the success of completed projects With approximately 500,000 products, TE Connectivity is the world's largest provider of connectivity solutions. They offer worldwide supply chain and logistical support with more than 100 manufacturing and design centers around the world. They are a globally recognized leader in Corporate Social Responsibility, having been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index in 2012/2013. Note: Due to the proprietary nature of the information presented in this webinar, a Dakota Software representative will contact you to facilitate your access to the recording.

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