Back by popular demand, Triumvirate Environmental's EH&S Regulatory Summit is packed with educational content for environmental, health, and safety (EH&S) professionals. This event provides a comprehensive look at EH&S regulatory compliance and offers practical solutions to the challenges that industry professionals face today. Sign up now for this free event (see full agenda below)!
When: Wednesday, September 11, 2019 | 9:30am-2:30pm
Where: LabCentral | 700 Main Street, North Cambridge, MA 02139
9:30am - 10:00am
Jim Holland, Managing Director of Consulting, Triumvirate Environmental; Mike Albert, Consulting Operations Director, Triumvirate Environmental
10:00am - 10:15am
Why Audit? What Is the Difference Between Regulatory Auditing and ISO 14001 or 45001 Auditing?
Rick Foote, Regional Director of EH&S, New England, Triumvirate Environmental
10:15am - 11:00am
We hear about the importance of conducting audits of your facilities. They allow us to be prepared for when the regulators show up. However, have you ever considered obtaining an ISO certification? The two standards that focus solely on EH&S are the ISO 14001 Environmental Management Standard or the ISO 45001 Occupations Health and Safety Standard. This session will cover the importance of auditing, what the ISO standards entail, and how they may actually help you with compliance and to show your end users that you care about your employees' health and safety and the environment.
Managing Medical or Biological Waste in Massachusetts - Guidance for Generators
Doug Graham, EH&S Practice Director - Training Services, Triumvirate Environmental
11:00am - 11:45am
Medical or Biological Waste, a.k.a., Regulated Medical Waste, is regulated by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. DPH has adopted management requirements codified under 105 CMR 480 that affect those who generate such wastes. Individuals impacted by these rules would be employees who are responsible for the medical/bio waste management program and those who manage the waste onsite (e.g., internal transport, storage, onsite treatment, and other handling).
11:45am - 12:45pm
Biosafety Exposure Risks and How to Keep the Community Safe
Sam Lipson, Director of Environmental Health, Cambridge Department of Public Health
12:45pm - 1:30pm
There are over 90 biotechnology and pharmaceutical laboratories located within the Cambridge city limits. With such a high concentration of labs, the city has stringent regulations to contain exposure risks and ensure that the community is safe. In this session, the Department of Public Health will discuss lab safety in the city. Join us to gain a more comprehensive understanding of Massachusetts and Cambridge regulations to ensure you are running a safe and compliant lab.
Optimize Your Environmental, Health, and Safety Programs as You Grow
Moderator: Mike Albert, Consulting Operations Director, Triumvirate Environmental
Panelists: John Athanasopoulos, Sr. Director of Operations, C4 Therapeutics; Wade Hicks, Associate Director, Head of R&D Operations and IT, KSQ Therapeutics, Inc.; Sam Lipson, Director of Environmental Health, Cambridge Department of Public Health
1:30pm - 2:30pm
As your company grows, you now have more EH&S responsibilities to look after. While this growth is an exciting time at your company, it is also stressful to make sure you have all the plans and permits in place to ensure you are regulatory compliant and operationally expert. Our panel of experts have been in your shoes before! Hear how they successfully navigated periods of growth in their companies and continue to do so today.