Date: Wednesday, August 2, 2017
One of the main concerns of environmental managers across all industries is their ability to prove that environmental programs bring tangible value to the company. Because of this, meaningful performance measures need to be collected, analyzed, and presented in a way that can be easily communicated to stakeholders.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- How you can leverage environmental metrics to improve enterprise performance
- Some of the most common metrics measured by the world’s leading organizations
- How to ensure your metrics are being properly tracked
Product Marketing Manager
Ian Cohen, MS is the Product Marketing Manager responsible for Cority’s (formerly Medgate) Environmental and Safety initiatives. Before taking this role, Ian was Cority’s Environmental Product Manager, where he was responsible for developing Cority’s Environmental Compliance and Data Management Suite. Prior to working with Cority, Ian was an environmental specialist at Florida Power & Light Company, a NextEra Energy, Inc., company, where he led the development, implementation, and management of various environmental management systems and programs. Ian is well versed in the development of enterprise environmental management information systems and is a subject matter expert in corporate sustainability, including program development, annual reporting and stakeholder communications. Ian earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and a Master of Science in Environmental Science, both from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Rick Mook has seasoned project management skills and has managed or conducted dozens of EMIS strategic planning, needs assessment, design, and implementation projects for numerous companies in a variety of industries. Industries he’s worked with include oil and gas, public utilities, pharmaceutical, chemicals, biotechnology, petrochemicals, semiconductor, power generation and general manufacturing. With degrees in Physics and Civil Engineering, Rick was originally drawn to the environmental consulting world for its confluence of different scientific disciplines. He eventually found his niche using technology to harness information and help organizations solve environmental, health, and safety challenges.