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Cority Announces Platinum Sponsorship at Verdantix HSE Innovation Summit Europe 2019

Airbus and Cority’s VP Product Marketing, Pamala Bobbitt, to present operational excellence and digital transformation best practices at premier HSE technology event

Birmingham, UK – March 22, 2019 – Cority, the most trusted provider of environmental, health, safety, and quality (EHSQ) software today announced its participation as Platinum Sponsor of the 2019 Verdantix HSE Innovation Summit Europe, taking place March 26 – 27, 2019 in London, UK at Chelsea Football Stadium.

Now in its seventh year, the Verdantix HSE Innovation Summit Europe brings together more than 150 HSE leaders and technology executives to share their unique experiences with innovative digital technologies such as software, mobile apps, and data analytics that enhance HSE outcomes.

Widely recognized as a prominent industry thought leader, Cority’s VP Product Marketing, Pamala Bobbitt, will be delivering a best practice workshop and taking part in a panel discussion that will provide actionable insight organisations can take to advance their operational excellence and digital transformation initiatives:

Teaching a Company to FISH: Airbus’ Journey for Operational Excellence
March 26 at 10:45 AM GMT

A pioneer in aerospace, Airbus recently introduced an innovative digital transformation initiative, the Federated Information for Safety and Health (FISH) program to harmonise EHS management across the organisation. During this best practice workshop, Pamala Bobbitt and Benoît Marsa, Corporate OHSMS Manager at Airbus, will demonstrate how Airbus’ FISH program leverages the Cority true SaaS platform across 180 global locations to drive operational excellence and compliance by streamlining core processes to reduce risk to people, the environment, and the business.

Ergonomics, Wellbeing and Fatigue Monitoring: What Role for Technology?
March 27 at 1:20 PM GMT

As the role of the HSE manager has expanded beyond traditional notions of occupational health to include the broader initiative of worker well-being, there is growing realisation that technology can play a key role in these programs. Pamala Bobbitt will be joined by HSE Leaders from Royal Mail, Amey Highways, and Johnson Controls for a panel discussion to share how data gathering, medical services, employee engagement, and training technologies can support worker well-being initiatives.