Preparing for ISO 45001, GDPR and More with Verdantix

Join Verdantix EHS analyst Isabel Velasco and the Cority team for a workplace compliance webinar as they share how to ready your workplace for GDPR, ISO45001 and other compliance changes. Watch now.

Verdantix is an independent research and consulting firm with a focus on innovative technologies that optimize business operations. Verdantix has expertise in environment, health, safety and quality, as well as energy, real estate, facilities, and maintenance. Verdantix reports cover:

  • EHS software platforms
  • Mobile EHS Apps
  • EHS Analytics & EDM Software
  • Wearables & Smart PPE
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
  • Industrial Operations Risk Management
  • Hazcom Beacons and Sensors
  • In Vehicle Safety Monitoring

The host of this webinar, Isabel Velasco, holds and MSc in environmental sustainability from the University of Edenborough. At Verdantix, Isabel’s research so far has focused on EHS markets sizing and forecast, product innovation in the environmental and data management software space, and best practices for EHS software adoption. Additionally, Isabel has supported advisory projects delivering go to market strategies for geographic expansion and EHS vendor selection. 

The Workplace compliance with GDPR and ISO45001 webinar will cover: 

  • The European EHS Regulatory Landscape 
    • Deep dive into Germany, the UK, and France 
    • Enhesa published regulatory reports worldwide and in the EU 
  • How much work related injuries and illnesses in the EU costs businesses 
  • The growing trend of EHS regulations across Germany, the UK, and France
  • The impact of Brexit on the EHS regulatory landscape 
  • How EHS leaders across the European Union plan to increase their total EHS budget
  • What ISO 45001 is and how it compares to OHSAS 18001
  • How to leverage technology for EHS compliance 
  • The current state of affairs of EHS compliance and how it provides an incomplete picture. This is due to: 
    • Difficulty managing complex regulatory requirements 
    • Inability to connect people with data to do their jobs efficiently 
    • Too many silos
  • Corporate Priorities for EHS Compliance 

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