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Laguna Hills, California 92653
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Los Angeles, California
5933 West Century Blvd., Suite 218
Los Angeles, CA 90045
310.670.0018 | 310.670.0715 FAX
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Oxnard, CA 93036
805.288.5070 | 805.288.5095 FAX
Pacific Northwest Region
1400 NW Compton Drive
Hillsboro, Oregon 97006
503.352.3640 | 503.726.0227 FAX
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EORM services clients in the Central and Eastern United States in partnership with TRC Environmental. Contact EORM for more information. 800.790.6236 | email
In addition, EORM has a global network of partners that provide our quality services in EMEA and Asia Pacific regions.
EORM Senior Consultant Dave Meyer has been selected as co-editor of a new Issues in Focus online editorial channel, examining sustainable supply chain management issues, best practices and solutions. More...
Environmental Business Journal selects EORM as Business Achiever of the Week for preparing Genentech for certification to the ISO 28000:2007 Security Management Systems for the Supply Chain standard. More...Events
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EORM provides multi-national clients with localized, knowledgeable and dependable support around the globe.
EORM consultants and expert business partners hold periodic, free breakfast and lunch seminars in regions around the country for our clients and industry colleagues.
These small, focused sessions provide an opportunity to learn more about current topics, new strategies, best practices and other useful information from the professionals who are working in this field, on real-world projects, who can provide unique and relevant insights. Time is provided in each session for Open Forum Q&A.
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Your Hospital Command Center has been activated. Now what? Can your team develop an IAP that is emergency-ready, FEMA & Joint Commission-compliant, And reimbursement-eligible?
An Incident Action Plan (IAP) is more than just a critical roadmap for responding to any disaster or internal emergency that requires activation of the Hospital Command Center. It is also a required element for compliance with FEMA National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the Joint Commission Standards. And following an emergency, proper documentation is required for FEMA reimbursement and other emergency assistance. This class will provide a review of the steps involved in Incident Action Planning; instruction in how to use the Hospital Incident Command Forms and tools to develop a plan that meets these standards and facilitates the best possible response for your organization; A discussion of how the IAP process integrates into the Hospital Incident Command System; and, A review of the documentation needed to ensure compliance with reimbursement requirements for FEMA or other emergency assistance.
Cut Energy Use. Reduce Emissions. Save Costs. Evaluating Energy Management System Costs, Benefits And Success Factors. Self Assessment Tool Provided.
Energy efficiency – everyone agrees it benefits both business operations and the environment. But at what cost? In this dynamic seminar workshop you'll learn how through a systematic evaluation of your processes, you can identify opportunities with the potential for energy savings. We'll explain how an energy management standard – ISO 50001 – provides a method for integrating energy efficiency into your existing management systems to achieve a variety of organizational benefits. And in an interactive forum with fellow attendees, you'll share energy management initiatives currently under way and receive a Self-Assessment Tool that will enable your organization to perform a high-level gap assessment.
Effective, Scalable Job Hazard Analysis Strategies & Technology Tools to Help Mitigate Risks, Prevent Injuries and Lower Costs.
While Job Hazard Analyses (JHAs) provide the business-critical information companies need to ensure compliance, conform with standards such as OHSAS 18001, and continually improve their injury prevention programs, creating effective, scalable JHA processes can be challenging. In this webinar, participants will learn not only why JHA is fundamentally important for every organization, but how new strategies and technology solutions can be leveraged to support the performance of JHAs (the actual doing of the JHA), the management of the people performing JHAs, and the reporting out of key findings that deliver effective learning opportunities. We'll also discuss the process for identifying occupational health and safety hazards, and objectives (aka performance goals) as well as some of the common challenges.
How to Develop Supply Chain Sustainability Initiatives that Raise Productivity, Contain Costs, Manage Risks, Reduce Global Footprints and Drive Business Success.
Identifying and developing value-added transparency and proactive collaboration throughout the supply chain is now proving itself as a way to leverage organizational risk. Please be our guest and join us for a free breakfast seminar as we review the key elements of supply chain management, sustainability and the linkages between the two that drive business success. Presenting new regulatory frameworks and using industry and public sector cases studies, this session will provide an overview of "green" supply chain and responsible sourcing concepts. The presentation will review tools that help an organization align its supply chain systems, policies and procedures in a manner that support proactive environmental, health, safety and sustainability programs.
Three Dates & Locations
Concord, CA – Mar 26, 2013, 9:00 AM PDT
Santa Clara, CA – Mar 27, 2013, 9:00 AM PDT
So San Francisco, CA – Mar 28, 2013, 9:00 AM PDT
The first deadline to comply with OSHA's new HazCom 2012 βRight-To-Understandβ rule is just around the corner β December 1, 2013. Are you ready? The new standard requires companies whose employees use, handle, transport, manufacture or could be exposed to hazardous chemicals to adhere to a unified approach to classifying chemical hazards, standardizing warning labels, and organizing information on 'material' safety data sheets. The first and possibly broadest reaching requirement β affecting over five million workplaces in the US β must be met this year. This presentation will be a working session focused on laying the foundation for a HazCom 2012 program gap analysis, incorporating project timelines, strategies for consideration, and best practices. Through direct audience participation, fact sheets, useful web links, frequently asked questions, and visual graphs we will help simplify this often complex new standard.
Are you fully aware of recent changes to the requirements governing electrical safety-related work practices β contained in a document titled "NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace" and not addressed directly within Cal-OSHA and Federal OSHA regulations β that every EHS professional, engineer, manager, contractor or at-risk electrical worker must understand and comply with? These regulations β and associated safety responsibilities and liabilities β also apply to organizations that have employees or contractors perform installation, repair or maintenance of electrical equipment. This presentation will cover these changes — new definitions, relationships and responsibilities between contractors and host employers, as well as new engineering and administrative controls and PPE requirements related to electric arc flash.
Your company. Your community hospital. Who's responsible for what when disaster strikes? What does it mean to "be prepared" – whether for an earthquake, severe storm, fire, flood or public health emergency? What steps can a company take to plan for and deal on its own with the immediate consequences of a disaster - before help arrives? And what can a company expect from community hospitals in the aftermath? In this webinar, we will review what your local hospitals do to prepare, and what businesses can expect from them in the middle of a disaster event. The presentation will then cover key steps your business should take to plan for a disaster, and how to work with the local community to ensure your plan is aligned with the resources that will be available.
The first deadline for employers to comply with the training element of Fed-OSHA's new HazCom 2012 rule is just around the corner β December 1, 2013. Will you be ready? The new standard requires companies whose employees use, handle, transport, manufacture or could be exposed to hazardous chemicals to adhere to a unified approach to classifying chemical hazards, standardizing warning labels, and organizing information on 'material' safety data sheets. The first and possibly broadest reaching requirement β affecting over five million workplaces in the US β must be met this year. This presentation will review the major changes to the Hazard Communication Standard, focusing on key steps your organization should take to incorporate the new GHS requirements into your hazard communication program.
Whether you are a business owner, property owner, contractor, or an employee of any organization involved in a construction project, you have accepted β knowingly or unknowingly β certain safety-related responsibilities and liabilities not only for your own employees, but likely for other employees on the worksite as well. If you are not completely familiar with OSHA's Multi-Employer Policy, you and your organization could be surprised by the extent of your safety duties and responsibilities.
Seven Years. Six Million Man Hours. No Lost Time. It is possible to achieve this level of world-class construction EHS performance β safety, quality and productivity β through project management, self assessment and communication. In this session we will discuss advantages of viewing your core safety, quality and productivity processes as one complete system. We will further demonstrate how to use this data for company and project self assessment and improvement. A case study will be shared showing how a company can work over six million man hours without a lost time incidents.
Sorting through the facts and fiction of ergonomic solutions - gadgets, tools, accessories, strategies, exercise routines, training programs and more - can be challenging and costly. However, if you don't fully understand the purpose, costs and realistic benefits of the ergonomic solutions you employ, you may not be getting the results or the return on investment that you were expecting from your ergonomic program. In this presentation we will be discussing many of the current ergonomic trends, equipment and strategies, providing the research and facts to assist you in making the best decision for your organization.
All construction projects have many obstacles to overcome not the least of which is how to deal with asbestos-containing and lead-containing materials. Regulations governing the assessment and disturbance of asbestos and lead materials can be overwhelming and difficult for construction companies, project managers and building owners to fully grasp. Unforeseen conditions can quickly destroy a budget and could potentially put workers and the public at risk of exposure.
Which emerging standards have relevance for your organization and the potential to provide bottom-line benefits? Standards relating to all aspects of a company's EHS, sustainability, supply chain and quality programs, as well as facilities, product design, energy use and more, provide a framework for risk management and performance improvements as well as competitive business advantages.
For years, Safety Professionals have known and understood the importance of obtaining executive/senior management support for their programs. In the presentation you will learn how you can tap into the Corporate Sustainability movement to raise your program's visibility up to executive/senior management and demonstrate that the safety function is a tool for business value creation.
How does your laboratory ergonomics program hold up under the microscope? With the right processes and resources in place, companies can increase the effectiveness, lower the cost and improve the manageability of laboratory ergonomics programs. Learn proven methods for accurately and efficiently assessing risk, and strategies for directing resources cost-effectively to achieve the greatest benefit.
Do you have a plan to meet California's new safe patient handling requirements? Learn about The Lift Team Bill, AB 1136, which was signed into law in October 2011 and will go into effect January 2012. Plus learn about resources and strategies to help your organization with the program development process.
Are you being transparent about your environmental and social performance? Learn about new sustainability reporting standards, how to develop a reporting strategy, and the report generation process from data gathering and aggregation to report format and assurance.
How to ensure that your suppliers adhere to the same sustainable and socially responsible standards and practices that your company has established for itself. Learn about new standards, case studies and program development strategies.
Learn how to make complying with SB 14 Hazardous Waste Source Reduction regulations a fun and rewarding experience!
What's Your Chemical Footprint? A New Approach for Assessing and Reducing Human and Ecological Risks of Chemicals In Purchased & Manufactured Products, A lunch seminar presented by EORM and ChemRisk, May 3, 11:30am-1pm
What If? How is your business preparing today to survive tomorrow's disaster? Newest and Best Practices in Business Continuity & Emergency Planning