Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) Auditing: Risks You Never Knew You Had

9/24/2019 8:30 AM
9/24/2019 11:30 AM
Eastern Time (ET)

Citrus Club
255 South Orange Avenue, Suite 1800
Orlando, FL 32801
8/8/2019 12:00 AM

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Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) concerns continue to be on the rise and can sneak up on an entity.  This session will provide the information that you need to help identify and assess the EHS risks you never knew you had. It will provide foundational elements related to the scope and process of EHS Audits. We will discuss what to expect when inspected by a regulator and how to prepare for third party audits. We will highlight and discuss the IIA's Environmental, Health & Safety Audit Center resources which can aid your organization in identifying EHS risks that may arise. 

Speakers

Jamie L. WhiteJamie L. White, CPEA, CESCO
Director, Global EHS Standards and Assurance

Jamie is a Certified Professional Environmental Auditor and Certified Environmental and Safety Compliance Officer.  She is currently serving on the Advisory Board for the IIA's EHS Audit Center and served as the Chairman from 2017 to mid-2019. Jamie spent 10 years as an EHS auditor in consulting, traveling the world and assisting companies in a wide variety of industries understand and come into regulatory compliance. Currently, she is serving as the Director of Global EHS Standards and Assurance for Universal Parks and Resorts.

Tammy L. WycheTammy L. Wyche
Director, IIA Environmental, Health & Safety Audit Center

Tammy is the Director of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Environmental, Health & Safety Audit Center. She joined the IIA in 2015 to develop the IIA's specialty center dedicated to EHS Auditing. Her extensive industry knowledge and international experience includes work in hazardous waste management, employee training programs, and auditing regulatory compliance for companies in asphalt coatings, food processing, medical research, paper making and photo imaging. For 20 years at Konica Minolta Photo Imaging, she served as environmental manager for the company and developed programs to manage regulatory issues from North and Central America, the Caribbean, the European Union and Japan.  Her broad regulatory experience also includes expertise in EPA, OSHA and DOT rules, as well as, state and local regulations. Wyche also has strong credentials in professional development and marketing, including substantial work in government relations, community engagement, and development of thought leadership material.

Pricing

IIA Member: $55.00 [More Info]

Non-Member: $65.00 [More Info]

Students, Retirees, and In-transition $25.00 [More Info]

Event Information

Course Duration: 3 hours
CPE Hours: 3
Knowledge Level: Basic
Field of Study: Auditing
Prerequisites:

​None

Advance Preparation:

​None

Delivery Method: Group Live
CAE Roundtable

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Registration will close 24 hours prior to the beginning of the webinar start time listed.