EHS departments aren’t usually considered hotbeds of technology adoption, but recent research indicates that they have made substantial investments to date and are poised to increase implementation in the future.
This webinar will reveal the technologies EHS professionals have adopted and plan to adopt in the future, establishing a benchmark against which companies can compare their progress. It also will address EHS technology decision-making and budgeting; barriers to technology investment; and leveraging technology to improve and sustain a safety culture. With this information, you’ll gain the information you need to build your EHS technology deployment strategy.
Pamala Bobbitt, VP Product Marketing, Cority
Pamala Bobbitt is Vice President of Product Marketing at Cority, where she is in charge of the expansion of Cority’s partner program and brings deep expertise in EHS processes and software to the role. Having trained as a Chemist, Pamala spent over 15 years as an EHS professional in the pharmaceutical, chemical and automotive industries. Most recently, she has spent the past decade at EHS software vendors using her industry expertise to translate business requirements into successful software programs.
Patricia Panchak, President and Editor, Panchak Media, Inc.
Patricia Panchak, president and editor of Panchak Media, Inc., brings 25 years of researching world-class leadership strategies to help executives leverage the power of strategies created at the intersection of three powerful forces—digital technologies, lean management principles, and engaged employees. While each approach can be leveraged individually to create a disruptive competitive advantage, together, they become an unbeatable force.
As the former editor-in-chief of IndustryWeek, Panchak is a widely recognized authority on business management and leadership issues. Through extensive research, she provides a window into the best practices of world-class organizations and provides the knowledge companies need to put the challenge of global competition in perspective. She guides companies to understand not only what’s possible but what is necessary to drive their business forward.