Originally presented on November 11, 2021
ISO certifications are becoming increasingly popular as the global network of companies and ISO certified companies grow. ISO 14001 (Environmental) and ISO 45001 (Occupational Health and Safety) are recognized globally and is inspiring more confidence in Trade and Business delegations around the world. Many certified businesses are requiring that their business partners are also able to participate in their certification programs, most easily demonstrated by holding a certification of their own.
The process to certification can be an arduous and daunting one; it is not a short process, there is a high level of complexity required, and it is demanding of time and resources, outside of those already being utilized to maintain existing business commitments. However, these certifications allow for indefinite business and process improvement, and the investment towards achieving such a major undertaking may prove to be too great to pass up.
Watch this webinar for a clearer picture of how to best approach the certification process. We can offer advantageous lessons learned in developing a compliant EH&S ISO program, and how to best set your company up for success at the start.
About the Speakers:
Rick Foote has over 30 years of experience in the EHS field and is currently the Director for the Center of Technical Excellence at Triumvirate Environmental. Rick has been with Triumvirate for over 15 years where he has established dozens of successful EH&S programs for companies that had few or no systems in place. He brings client programs into full regulatory compliance by establishing what programs exist, what level of compliance is achieved, and identifying the changes that need to be implemented. Each EH&S program that Rick develops is customized to the individual client’s needs.
Calais Zumbach is an EHS Manager at Triumvirate Environmental with over five years of EH&S experience within the industries of Healthcare, Higher Education, Life Sciences, and Industrial. Calais has performed formal audits of working spaces to ensure their safety and compliance with all applicable rules and regulations. Additionally, she has created analytical reports and reduction plans surrounding onsite waste generation, promoting the reduction, reuse, and recycling of hazardous materials where ever safe and possible.