Credentials Remain Valuable Professional Asset

Brad Waldron first noticed the value of his Qualified Environmental Professional (QEP) credential the year that the Air & Waste Management Association (AWMA) recognized his achievement with a purple ribbon for his annual conference badge.
“I remember that being the first year where doors started to open for me,” said Mr. Waldron, Corporate Manager of Environmental Affairs for Caesar’s Entertainment Corp. “Getting that certification was the gateway.”

NAEM to Offer Strategies for Regulatory Compliance, Risk Management

Press Release

WASHINGTON, May 20, 2013 /3BL Media/ - On July 17-18, NAEM will host its annual Compliance Excellence conference in Minneapolis to showcase best practices for strategic environmental program management, risk reduction and auditing.

With regulatory requirements on the rise at all levels of government, Executive Director Carol Singer Neuvelt said corporate environment, health and safety (EHS) leaders need strategies to address this increased scrutiny. 

The Sustainability Snowball is Gaining Mass


By Carol Singer Neuvelt

We’re putting the finishing touches on the agenda for NAEM’s upcoming Corporate Sustainability Management conference, and as I look over the program, I am struck by how much the conversation about sustainability has progressed over the past few years.

GE Supplier Summit in Shanghai


In November 2010, GE held a Supplier Summit in Shanghai. Leaders from GE's global and business sourcing, labor, and environment, health and safety (EHS) teams came together with peer companies, suppliers, government and trade officials to share experiences. They discussed the challenges faced in securing safe and fair working conditions, as well as a better environment for workers and local communities in global supply chains.


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