The Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Summit is designed to share best leadership and safety practices with industry professionals hoping to achieve world-class safety within their companies.
This one-of-a-kind learning and networking conference will focus on uniting manufacturing executives from across the United States. Attendees will learn best practices in environment, health and safety along with becoming a better leader.
This Summit promises to provide high-level safety professionals with implementable ideas they can take back to their facilities to improve their operations and achieve world-class safety.
Group Rate (4+ people): $2,100
Group Rate (4+ people): $2,400
To take advantage of the group rate, contact the MAPP Staff at email@example.com or 317-913-2440.
Cancellations received by Friday July 26, 2024 will receive a refund minus a $50 per person cancellation fee. Cancellations received after July 26, 2024 are non-refundable (substitutions are allowed). No refunds for event day no-shows.
Cancellation requests must be sent in writing to the MAPP Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
7:30 AM - Coffee / Networking
8:00 AM - Welcome and Introductions
8:15 AM – Leader-Inspired Safety: Safety as the Conduit for Operational Excellence
Trinnie Cortez, Caterpillar Safety Services
Employees make choices every day on whether to work safely. The most powerful influence on those choices is the leader, who must do certain things every day to create the type of culture that inspires safe behavior in employees. After five years of research, Caterpillar has learned exactly what those things are. To be an effective safety leader requires mastery of four core skills, or domains. These four statistically validated domains, along with fourteen elements of leader-inspired safety, are introduced in this dynamic presentation. Mastering these skills enable a leader to produce a strong culture of accountability, create meaningful connectivity with others, demonstrate credible safety consciousness, and build trust. The effective safety leader becomes an effective business leader.
9:15 AM - Networking Break
9:45 AM - Breakout Sessions
10:50 AM - This Isn't Just Another OSHA Presentation - Why I Should Care
Nelva Smith, Steptoe-Johnson
This presentation will not be just another OSHA presentation, but an interactive, engaging meeting on what’s new with OSHA in year-to-date 2024, what OSHA has been focusing on with enforcement and why it matters to my company. You may think you are up to date on OSHA matters, but be prepared, you will learn a lot in this presentation! What are tactics during current OSHA investigations, what does my company need to be prepared for, and what can I do in EHS to be ready if OSHA shows up on my doorstep.
12:00 PM - Networking Lunch
1:00 PM - Peer Networking
Growing your network by having the opportunity to meet other individuals in similar roles and responsibilities is a primary component of the 2024 EHS Summit. During these roundtable discussions, professionals will exchange ideas on the most pressing EHS topics. This is a perfect way for professionals to find new ideas, expand their professional networks and explore new methods of improvement.
2:00 PM - Breakout Sessions
5:00 PM – Day 1 Ends
7:30 AM - Coffee / Networking
8:00 AM - Breakout Sessions
9:15 AM - Networking Break
9:45 AM - Safety Talks
During this session, attendees will have the opportunity to hear what members are implementing in their facilities to develop a culture of safety. These short 20-minute presentations will leave attendees inspired to take best practices and actionable steps back to their organization.
11:30 AM – Safety Awards Ceremony
The 2024 Safety Awards recognize companies in the manufacturing industry that have achieved excellent safety techniques that go beyond the average regulations. The awards will be given out based on OSHA 300's Log of work-Related Injuries and Illness statistics and Safety Best Practices.
12:15 PM – Adjourn Event
The EHS Summit will take place at the newly renovated Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel at Keystone Crossing
A room block has been secured for $149/per night. The last day to book at the discounted rate is Tuesday July 23rd, 2024.
Booking link: https://www.marriott.com/event-reservations
Or call Sheraton Indianapolis Reservations at 888-627-7814 and ask to make a reservation within the 2024 EHS Summit Group Block.
Sponsorships are open for the 2024 EHS Summit!
Contact Letha Keslar at email@example.com for more information.
MAPP invites you to participate in the 2024 Safety Achievement Awards and the 2024 Safety Best Practices Awards. Awards will be presented at the 2024 Enviornmental, Health and Safety Summit. Submissions close May 31, 2024.
The Safety Achievement Awards are a way to recognize safety in the industry and facilities that have achieved a level of safety performance above the industry average. Awards are based on data reported on a company's annual OSHA 300 Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses. A copy of the facility's OSHA 300 and O300A forms are required to submit.
The Safety Best Practice Awards are a way to recognize the best practices that organization's have implemented to increase overall safety. Submissions should generally align with at least one of the following topics: employee safety training, safety committees, safety audits/walk-throughs, emergency training, behavior-based safety, tracking/displaying safety metrics, equipment and mold change safety, safety communication or other innovative safety best practices. Please include photos, videos, policies, checklists, or any materials that help outline your best practices.