Elevating EHS Performance with Data Analytics
May 12 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pmFree
EHS professionals collect huge volumes of data and are increasingly being asked to provide even greater quantities of data for a variety of stakeholders to support compliance, risk mitigation, ESG, and corporate sustainability initiatives. Through the use of technology, such as SCADAs, CEMS, mobile devices, sensors, beacons, drones, and other Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) devices, big data has come to the EHS world.
By leveraging business intelligence, EHS professionals can change the conversation with executives, operations, and regulators to be more predictive and forward-thinking while driving long-term value creation across the company’s operations.
Join this webinar to learn about:
- Data trends impacting EHS professionals
- How to grow data literacy within your organization
- Strategies for delivering meaningful analytics
- Best practices for choosing and implementing analytics solutions
- Success stories demonstrating how analyzing EHS data leads to improved business outcomes
Christine Wyman McCarty, Product Marketing Manager, Cority
Christine is a Product Marketing Manager at Cority, responsible for helping shape innovative environmental product solutions with a deep understanding of market needs. Christine has worked in cloud-based SaaS compliance software for over a decade where she has helped corporations find the value in digitizing processes and workflows. Christine has experience in both product management and implementation of B2B enterprise software for large corporate clients. Christine holds an undergraduate degree from Michigan State University and a Masters degree in Information Science from Simmons University.
Ann Chourarath, EH&S Business Translator for Strategy & Operations Services, Suncor
Ann Chourarath is an EH&S Business Translator for Strategy & Operations Services at Suncor. Ann has worked at Suncor in a variety of data-focused positions for the last 11 eleven years where she transforms large volumes of data into meaningful analytics. By working cross-functionally with stakeholders, leadership, Data Engineers and Scientists she has been able to improve the availability, accuracy, presentation and storage of key business data. Ann drives operational insight into health and safety programs by translating complex data into easily usable and meaningful reports that demonstrate ROI and help leaders make crucial budget and strategic decisions around the safety and wellbeing of Suncor’s workforce. Prior to finding her passion for analytics, Ann worked in a variety of HR roles with her education in Business Administration.