What You Will Learn
- Review the latest industry insights on the current and the future state of data analytics and data visualization for EHS stakeholders
- Review practical examples and actionable insights on how Stellantis (formerly Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) uses advanced data visualization to effectively communicate EHS performance to key stakeholders
- Discuss best practices to follow while adopting a powerful data analytics and visualization solution
Levels (Experience with Topic)
Intermediate: 5-10 year's experience
Advanced: 10+ year's experience
Bill McDermott, EHS Specialist, Stellantis
Bill McDermott has 15 years of EHS experience. Before joining Stellantis, he was an environmental consultant specializing in regulatory compliance for several industries, including automotive. In his current role, McDermott works in the EHS systems and processes group managing systems, data and reports. He has created numerous reports and dashboards to convey actionable data insights to all levels of the company.
Bill Pennington, Research Director, EHS, Verdantix
Bill Pennington is the research director for the EHS practice at Verdantix. He works to identify the key trends and technologies in the EHS space to align the company’s research to best support technology vendors and ensure EHS executives make informed decisions. Before Verdantix, Pennington spent several years as an EHS manager and compliance auditor in the logistics and manufacturing industries.
Tina Duffy has 17+ years of global experience focusing both on corporate and facility-level Health and Safety programs. Tina holds a BS in Safety and Environmental Management from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, and previously worked in corporate EHS for one of the world’s leading specialty chemical companies, where she provided safety leadership, EHS functional expertise, data-driven safety performance improvement solutions, and EHS software management to sites around the globe. As the Vice President of Product Management, Tina focuses on vision, strategy, and the development of ProcessMAP’s EHS software platform. Tina, who is also an ASSP member, is a frequent speaker at conferences and actively works to increase women’s EHS education and leadership.
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