2018 Executive Edge Track

Industry 4.0

EHS in the Future of the Workplace

Executive Forum

Automation, wearables, augmented reality, virtual reality, drones, big data, machine learning, the internet of things – emerging technologies are now almost too numerous to keep track of. This year’s Executive Forum offers an in-depth  look at the tools and trends organizations are beginning to adopt and practical advice for the EHS professionals who need to arm themselves for a future that is already here. A lively Q&A session offers attendees the chance to pose meaningful questions straight to experts and EHS leaders utilizing emerging technologies and receive honest answers in return.

Monday, October 22
11:00 am – 12:30 pm
George R. Brown Convention Center

No additional registration required with full Congress & Expo registration.

Industry 4.0

Analytics, Metrics, and Machine Learning

#55 Workshop A

Campbell Institute Workshop A explores the immense opportunities for EHS in the era of analytics, data lakes and cognitive computing. In this intensive three-hour session, participants will hear from industry and data experts on the strategies, tools, and approaches necessary to make the most of your metrics.

Tuesday, October 23
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
George R. Brown Convention Center

Full Congress & Expo registration and a $99 fee required to attend the workshops.

Industry 4.0

Tools, Training, and Tactics

#58 Workshop B

Campbell Institute Workshop B explores the tactical element of emerging technologies that are ready for implementation or already in use across industries today. In this interactive three-hour session, participants will learn about the successes and challenges of implementing everything from wearables to “hyper-training” from leading industry and technology experts.

Tuesday, October 23
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
George R. Brown Convention Center

Full Congress & Expo registration and a $99 fee required to attend the workshops.

Connect with Campbell at these Technical Sessions

Defining EHS Excellence: Best Practices from Campbell Award Winners

#50 Safety Management Systems

Presented by:
Katherine Smith, Program Manager, Campbell Institute
EHS Professional, 2018 Campbell Award Winner

Monday, October 22
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
George R. Brown Convention Center

No additional registration required with full Congress & Expo registration.

Understanding Fatigue Risk: Assessment and Countermeasures

#117 Risk Reduction and Measurement

Presented by:
Lisa Bultman, Occupational Health and Wellness Manager, Owens Corning
Joy Inouye, Research Associate, Campbell Institute
Ana Rudolf, Occupational Health & Safety Specialist, The Boeing Company
Emily Whitcomb, Senior Program Manager, National Safety Council

Wednesday, October 24
10:00 am – 11:00 am
George R. Brown Convention Center

No additional registration required with full Congress & Expo registration.

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