Date: This webinar is available on-demand.
Originally Broadcast: November 12, 2019
Duration: 60 Minutes
Event Type: On-Demand Webinar
A compelling strategy for success starts with demonstration of actionable leadership, integration of people, processes and technology, and comprehensive stakeholder engagement. Dura Automotive leveraged a comprehensive SWOT Analysis at each level of the organization to build a multi-year strategy roadmap for EHS excellence. This in-depth analysis identified different perspectives, created a buy-in for the transformational programs, and earmarked intermediate milestones for a reality-check and course-correction, if required.
In this webinar, Jessica Jannaman, Director of EHS&E at Dura Automotive and Tina Duffy, VP of Product Management at ProcessMAP, will discuss:
- How a comprehensive SWOT analysis within the organization helped Dura Automotive align resources, competencies, operational programs, leadership commitment, and comprehensive employee communication to build a multi-year action plan
- Integration of culture, feedback, policies, processes, and procedures to support different initiatives within a strategy roadmap; and
- How to leverage technology to achieve SMART goals tied to time and cost parameters
- How EHS teams can leverage the capabilities of ProcessMAP platform to transform strategy into action
Jessica Jannaman, Global Director of Environmental, Health and Safety, and Energy [EHS&E], Dura Automotive Systems
Jessica Jannaman works at Dura Automotive Systems in Auburn Hills, MI, as the Global Global Director for Environmental, Health, Safety & Energy. Prior to joining Dura Automotive, she worked at Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles as well as ABB in North America. She holds a B.S. in Environmental Health and a Master of Science in Safety Management from Oakland University. Jessica is also certified in Lean Black Belt.
Jessica serves on the Board of Directors, Environmental Division & Student Division Committee for the Michigan Safety Conference (MSC). She has also served on the Board of the Michigan Lean Consortium (MLC) and is a former President of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) Greater Detroit Chapter. She currently serves on the Environmental Practice Specialty Board for ASSP.
Jessica has co-authored several publications, including the book, “Safety Leadership and Professional Development” and has contributed to multiple standards committees, including the ANSI R15.06 Industrial Robots and Robot Systems, and the Safety Requirements.
Tina Duffy, VP of Product Management, ProcessMAP Corporation
Tina Duffy is an accomplished Environmental Health and Safety professional with nearly 20 years global experience focusing both on corporate and facility level Health and Safety programs. After obtaining her BS in Safety and Environmental Management from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, Tina worked as a Region Safety Manager for a leading transport operator in North America before joining the Corporate EHS department of Ashland Inc., one of the world’s leading specialty chemical companies. Working with sites around the globe, she actively provided safety leadership, industrial ergonomics improvements, EHS functional expertise, data-driven safety performance improvement solutions, and EHS software management.
As Vice President of Product Management at ProcessMAP Corporation, Tina focuses on vision, strategy and development of ProcessMAP’s EHS software platform based on industry best-practices, regulatory requirements, and customer feedback. Tina is a frequent speaker at conferences and has been actively collaborating with organizations to increase women’s education and leadership in EHS.
This webinar will be conducted using a slides-and-audio format. After you complete your registration, you will receive a confirmation email with details for joining the webinar.
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