Mitigating EHS Risks: A Discussion with GE Capital & Johnson Controls

Where does your greatest EHS risk lie?

In a recent survey conducted by Enhesa, 63% of respondents noted that regulatory compliance was viewed as one of the most significant risks posing a threat to operations.

Over the past 5 years, the pace of regulatory change has increased dramatically. This year alone, over 3,253 laws came into effect worldwide. As the regulatory landscape continues to evolve rapidly, the number of potential risks grows as companies are obligated to comply with more regulations.

How can you mitigate these risks in order to assure operational excellence?

In this complimentary webinar, Enhesa will highlight areas within EHS believed to pose the greatest risks to companies in 2015. Heidi King of GE Capital and Jeramy LeMieux of Johnson Controls will offer insight into various strategies and tactics used to effectively monitor, assess, and mitigate EHS risks.


Guest Speakers:


Heidi King

Heidi joined GE Capital in March, 2013, where she leads the Global Environmental Risk management team.  Heidi joined GE from the U.S. Congress where she served as Chief Economist for the Committee on Energy and Commerce in the House of Representatives, focused on regulatory and legislative initiatives primarily in the areas of Environment and Energy policy.  Previously, at the Office of Management and Budget of the Executive Office of the President, she supervised the development of federal environmental regulation and coordinated interagency environmental policies.  In the private sector, her strategic quantitative analysis has supported the marketing, organizational and core business function decisions of national and international firms including Pfizer Global Pharmaceuticals and Dun and Bradstreet.

Heidi has an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of California at Irvine and a M.Sc. in economics from the California Institute of Technology.

Jeramy LeMieux

LeMieux is Director, Global Environmental Compliance at Johnson Controls. Jeramy's primary responsibility is managing the environmental organization for Johnson Controls Power Solutions business, the global leader in lead-acid automotive batteries and advanced batteries for Start-Stop, hybrid and electric vehicles. Our 50 manufacturing, recycling and distribution centers supply more than one third of the world’s lead-acid batteries to major automakers and aftermarket retailers. 

In this role, he manages all aspects of environmental compliance - including program management, compliance auditing, and operational support. Jeramy’s primary background is in environmental engineering, sustainability, and global regulatory compliance.

Jeramy attended University of Findlay where he received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Hazardous Materials Management and Milwaukee School of Engineering where he received a Masters of Science in Environmental Engineering.