The Auditing Roundtable's 2015 Fall National Meeting & Technology Expo
September 14-16, 2015
Baltimore, MD United States
The Auditing Roundtable will hold its national meeting at the Hyatt Regency in Baltimore's Inner Harbor on September 14-16. Over the course of three days, the meeting will entail presentations on:
Auditing sustainability and corporate responsibility programs
Newly revised regulations for recycling hazardous secondary materials
Richard Chambers, IIA CEO will share senior management perspectives on what they really expect from auditors while Dr. David Michaels, Assistant Secretary of OSHA, will present on OSHA enforcement initiatives and the newly revised requirements for reporting fatalities or multiple hospitalization accidents.
Jillian Bernstein, EHS Regulatory Consultant at Enhesa, is also slated to present on Day 2 of the conference on GHS around the world. GHS aims to standardize the classification and labeling of chemicals, yet countries have the flexibility in implementing the program. During this presentation, Jillian will examine how different countries have implemented GHS, with a particular focus on the United States, Canada, the European Union and China.
Prior to the event, as well as throughout, numerous training opportunities will also be available. Sessions will be held on a variety of topics including EHS Audit Skills, Health and Safety Compliance, Environmental Compliance, Advanced Process Safety Management. A one-day Lead Auditor Training Course focused on preparing attendees to lead EHS audits, including compliance audits and management systems assessments, will be held prior to the event on September 13th.