In today’s evolving and highly-competitive environment, some of the key parameters that differentiate world-class manufacturers from others are quality, cost effective, flexibility and innovation. In fact, there are three main principles, which drive World-Class Manufacturing (WCM):
Join this webinar to learn from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) – one of the largest automotive manufacturers in the world – and Tarkett, a global leader in producing floor and wall coverings, along with ProcessMAP, the most trusted EHS cloud solution provider, to learn how adopting the principles of WCM drives EHS excellence.
Gregory (Greg) Rose, Director of Environment Health & Safety, Fiat Chrysler Automobile
Greg Rose is the Director of Environment Health & Safety (EH&S) at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. He is responsible for ensuring the implementation and administration of standardized EH&S processes through World Class Manufacturing. In his position, Greg also works with the Sustainability Steering Committee and Corporate Sustainability Office to lead the company’s efforts to chart a sustainable course for the company that balances the demands of its environmental, health and safety aspects. Prior to his current position, Greg was the Director – Environment, Health & Safety and Corporate Sustainability at Chrysler Group LLC. in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Since joining the company in 1988, Greg has served in a number of positions of increasing responsibility at the plant, division and corporate level.
Phill Welch, Director of Environment Health & Safety, Tarkett
Phill Welch is a passionate culture changer, corporate EHS senior leader with global experience in manufacturing and services. Experienced as the central reference point in driving and coaching continuous improvement deployment and providing health, safety and environmental support and advice to all parts of the business. World Class Manufacturing (WCM) leader with a proven record of accomplishments in EHS and savings. An accomplished EHS professional with more than 19-yrs international experience working in both a union and non-union environment with a reputation for maintaining the highest Safety and Working Environmental standards. Keen ability to conduct root cause analysis, develop codes of practice, monitor, and implement effective results driven EHS programs and policies. Consistently achieve environmental, health and safety goals by establishing and managing effective business relationships at all levels of the organization. Skillful in protecting employees, assets and the community in the most cost-effective, ethical manner.
Harold Gubnitsky, President and Chief Strategy Officer, ProcessMAP Corporation
Harold Gubnitsky is responsible for corporate development, strategy, strategic relations and business development, and has served as a founding board member since 2000. Prior to joining ProcessMAP, Harold served as a Managing Director for XL TechGroup, a company with a distinctive business model focused on continuously inventing, funding, and growing new market facing businesses to address global unmet needs with unique and sustainably differentiated business models. Prior to XL TechGroup, he founded, served as the CEO, and executed the sale of a technology-consulting Company, Semtor Corporation. Semtor developed leading edge business and technology solutions for both emerging businesses as well as established corporations. Harold also served as a Vice President and practice leader at Cambridge Technology Partners, the first publicly traded Strategy and IT consulting service company. Harold started his career and spent several years as part of the management team of Accenture/Andersen Consulting, leading teams to deploy advanced technology business solutions across a number of industry sectors.