Environmental Auditing Workshops

Learn inside information on the auditing process and how you can pass with ease.
Integrating permit and other regulatory requirements into operations is fundamental to managing non-technical risks.  Verifying that you are meeting the requirements and have established processes in place to ensure that compliance is met is becoming increasingly important. The risk of non-compliance, reputation, and impacts on capital projects and growth are all at stake. If you're new to the auditing process or find that audits bring trepidation, this workshop will help you be prepared, knowledgeable, and ready to respond. 

All of the key stakeholders in the auditing process—the regulated, the regulators, attorneys, and consultants—have worked together to develop this program and provide answers from multiple perspectives. There will be real-world examples that call for interaction with all of the parties and the audience to help you with successful planning and successful outcomes. 

The Workshop will address the different types of audits and roles of the parties, the legal perspective, and what to expect in an inspection.  Plant managers, EHS managers, risk professionals, CEOs, attorneys, regulators, and municipal/county agency staff will find answers to these common questions: 
  • Why do businesses audit, or choose not to? 
  • How do you ensure a succesful internal audit? 
  • What happens in regulator-performed inspections? 
  • What is done with the findings? 
Experienced instructors will vary at each location and include: 
  • David Harvey, Director of Environment, Health and Safety at The Greenbrier Companies
  • Jeffrey Hunter, Partner at Perkins Coie LLP
  • Kim Marcus, Partner at ERM
  • Michelle Smith, Partner at ERM

Multiple locations in 2018 
July 19

8:30 am – 12:00 pm  
Wilder Center 
St. Paul, MN 

$149 Member
$199 Nonmember

Coming in the fall: 
New Orleans, LA 
Detroit Metro Area 
Washington DC