Sponsored by ProcessMap. Gain a fresh perspective of how digital occupational safety and health solutions for proactive hazard analysis compliment the hierarchy of controls in an industrial context. Build your knowledge of how to assess and analyze risks, and adopt effective control measures to boost your organization’s safety performance.
What you will learn:
- Identify and analyze applications for the hierarchy of controls
- Mitigate hazards through engineering, administrative controls and PPE
- Review principles for developing and implementing a successful occupational safety and health program
- Implement controls using strategies developed through hazard identification and job hazard analysis
Jessica Jannaman, Executive Director of EHS & Quality for Advanced Vehicle Assemblies
Jessica Jannaman is the executive director, EHS, quality and manufacturing planning at Advanced Vehicle Assemblies in Rochester Hills, MI. She has held safety management positions with Dura Automotive Systems, Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles and ABB in North America. A Lean Black Belt, Jannaman holds a B.S. in Environmental Health and an M.S. in Safety Management from Oakland University. She is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in organizational leadership from Oakland University, where she also serves as an adjunct professor.
Tina Duffy, Vice President, Product Management, ProcessMAP Corporation
Tina Duffy has 17 years of global experience focusing both on corporate and facility-level safety and health programs. She holds a B.S. in Safety and Environmental Management from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, and previously worked in corporate EHS for a leading specialty chemical company, where she provided safety leadership, EHS functional expertise, data-driven safety performance improvement solutions and EHS software management to sites around the globe.