Enablon Sustainable Performance Forum Americas

25 September 2014

ERM provided Platinum Sponsorship for the Enablon Sustainable Performance Forum in Chicago!

Over five hundred EH&S, Sustainability, Risk, and IT professionals from the world’s largest corporations, met at the can’t miss event of the year for future and existing Enablon users across Americas and Australia. Featured topics at SPF included Operational Performance, Environmental Management, Health & Safety Management, and Operational Risk Management.

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ERM at SPF Americas

Keynote Panel: The Strategic Framework: Managing Risk, Performance and Compliance to Deliver Business Value
Thursday 25 September 2014, 9:45am - 10:30am
Scott Nadler, Senior Partner, ERM

Risk & Incident Management Issues and Trends
Thursday 25 September 2014, 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Companies operate in a world more volatile than ever. This session will provide insight into the challenges of integrating risk management and performance at a corporate level and across your operations.
John Kill, Partner, America Risk Practice, ERM

Oil & Gas, Chemical/Pharmaceutical, and Food & Beverage Industry Roundtables

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ERM Speakers

John Kill

John is a partner at ERM based in Houston. He has 27 years of experience in plant and business operations with an extensive process industry background. He has provided managerial and technical leadership in a wide range of operational, engineering, and commercial areas across various project phases. He has worked with a  wide variety of disciplines and functions - from front-line operator to CEO.   

Scott Nadler

Scott Nadler helps companies integrate environmental and sustainability issues with business strategy. He has over 35 years’ experience in analyzing, managing and transforming organizations across the public and private sector. helping senior leadership translating strategic objectives to performance on the ground.