Look Beyond Compliance, Identify Drivers for Sustainability, and Learn How to Sell Capital Projects that will Enhance Your Sustainability Efforts
Before sustainability was in vogue, Jim McKeown was looking for ways to make his EHS department a revenue generator for his organization. Join us to kick off our 2024 program year to learn how you can put Jim’s three-legged stool of sustainability to work for you and your company.
Who should attend?
In addition to those responsible for EHS compliance within your organization, those responsible for energy conservation and energy planning are also encouraged to attend this roundtable session. So join a group of your peers to discuss, learn, and collaborate on environmental, health and safety policies and protocols to increase Greater Berks County business' efficiency and competitive edge.
Jim McKeown Bio:
McKeown joined Entech Engineering after a 40+ year career in the baking industry, beginning with Maier’s Baking Company and Weston Foods and ending his career directing energy, environment, and sustainability for the world’s largest bakery. During this time, he held various positions, from production and plant manager to corporate food safety and distribution lead, then director of environmental compliance and sustainability.
*Future dates will include topics around hazardous waste and hazard communication, employee safety, environmental training, and regulatory updates.