ISHN Webinar:
How EHS and Quality are Now Better Together

EHS and Quality are increasingly managed under a single business function to gain significant process efficiencies and improve incident prevention, according to a recent survey. Join industry experts from Verdantix and ETQ to learn three key scenarios of efficient EHSQ integration. You’ll also learn the key takeaways from the survey, tools that that corporate managers can use to gauge their organizations’ current status, identify objectives for future integration and prepare their integrated EHSQ strategies and resources accordingly.

Join us for the following:

  • Results from a recent EHSQ survey
  • Key business activities that impact both EHS and Quality
  • Five strategic questions that investigate the EHSQ potential
  • Changes in Quality spend in 2019 and investment plans for Quality Management software across 25 industries

Morgan Palmer, Chief Technology Officer, ETQ
Morgan Palmer has been at the forefront of quality management technology for more than 20 years. As the technical architect for ETQ, he drives innovation across the company’s product line to build and enhance quality applications that drive clear business value for ETQ customers. Morgan holds an MBA from the University of Arizona and a bachelor’s degree in marketing, business administration and management from IMIP MBA Institute, Paris.

isabelIsabela Velasco, Industry Analyst, Verdantix
Isabel Velasco is an Industry Analyst in the Verdantix EHS practice. Her current agenda focuses on research on all applications of EHSQ Software, and digital technologies used for EHS services delivery and EHS training. Her research also includes in-depth market size and forecast studies that span EHSQ software and EHS services across global regions. She has led a number of advisory pieces around EHSQ software selection and benchmarking studies based on the 2019 Green Quadrant. Prior to Verdantix, Isabel worked within the sustainability function of GlaxoSmithKline. Isabel holds an MSc in Environmental Sustainability from the University of Edinburgh.

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