The NAEM EHS Management Forum is the largest and longest running conference developed specifically for EHS and Sustainability Managers. Enhesa will be exhibiting and attending the 17th Annual Forum in Albuquerque, New Mexico on 28 and 29 October 2009.
The two-day conference program is developed by a group of leading EHS and Sustainability professionals, so the content is always timely and on-point. Offering 24 interactive sessions and four keynote speeches, the Forum provides an opportunity to learn about the latest trends and challenges facing the EHS profession.
In additional to a schedule packed with professional learning sessions, the NAEM Forum also features an exhibition of highly targeted service providers. Come and visit our stand and learn more about Enhesa can help your company achieve and maintain compliance with global EHS regulations.
On Day 2 of the Forum, Frank Brandauer, NAEM Past President, and Executive EHS Consultant with Enhesa, will be participating in Session 18 – “When Elephants Stampede: Corporate Survival Skills for the EHS Manager”. This session will offer ideas on how to survive and even prosper in the perilous world of the EHS Manager.
More information on the forum can be accessed at: http://ehsforum2009.naem.org/program.php