FRANKLIN, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Next week, decision-makers from companies including Nestlé, Philips and Liberty Global will come together to discuss the latest trends and share best practices in EHS, sustainability and supply chain information management and to find out how UL EHS Sustainability’s tools can be repurposed to measure progress towards the Circular Economy.
The one-day event, hosted by UL EHS Sustainability for 100 of its customers, will kick off on Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 8:30 a.m. on the historic campus of Clare College, University of Cambridge.
Mark Ward, general manager of UL EHS Sustainability, one of the world’s leading providers of workplace health, safety, and sustainability solutions, will welcome conference attendees. Sessions on strategy, products, reporting, EHS and training will follow.
The company will also showcase customer case studies, offering lessons learned and best practices from some of the world’s largest and most sustainable companies. In addition to sessions led by the UL EHS Sustainability team, Simon Braaksma, project manager at Philips, and Tony Rooke, director of technical reporting at CDP, will host presentations.
“Meeting with customers to get their feedback and discuss challenges and trends is one of the most productive things we can do as a company,” said Ward. “I look forward to getting to know our Europe-based clients and learning from their experiences.”
For more information about UL EHS Sustainability, call 888-202-3016 or visit ulehssustainability.com.
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About UL EHS Sustainability
UL EHS Sustainability (formerly UL Workplace Health and Safety) is a division of Underwriters Laboratories (‘UL’), the premier global independent safety science company that has championed progress for 120 years. In 2016, UL EHS Sustainability acquired cr360, a leader in Sustainability and EHS management software. UL EHS Sustainability empowers organizations to protect the well-being of workers, reduce risk, improve productivity, enhance compliance, and drive measurable business improvement through its EHS, occupational health, environmental, supply chain, sustainability, and corporate social responsibility platforms. Thousands of organizations in over 20 major industries including manufacturing, healthcare, and construction & energy, trust UL’s tools to meet their expanding needs. To learn more, visit www.ULEHSS.com or call 888.202.3016.