24 May, 2012 | (01 hr)
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Hear best practices from a Fortune 200 company as two representatives from Alcoa, Rob Bear, Vice President EHS for Alcoa's Global Primary Products Business (member of the Chief EH&S Officers’ Council) and Jeff Shockey, Corporate Safety Director discuss a fatality Alcoa experienced recently and the lessons learned. They will discuss the company’s overall approach to safety and enhancements to reach the goal of zero fatalities.
Audience: Executives, managers, and directors of Environmental, Health, and Safety
Rob is Vice President of Environment, Health and Safety for Alcoa's Global Primary Products Business. He is responsible for the strategic direction, policies and standard programs for the Company’s mines, refineries, smelters and power plants with over 20,000 employees in 54 locations opera...Full Bio
Jeff Shockey Director, Corporate Safety for Alcoa, is responsible for developing strategies to improve the company’s global safety performance in its drive toward zero injuries. As a critical part of that role, he focuses on fatality prevention worldwide for both employees and contrac...Full Bio
Jim Hendricks is the Co-Program Director for The Conference Board Chief EHS Officers’ Council. He has over four decades of experience in environmental, safety, conservation and sustainability efforts. In addition to his present role with the Chief EHS Officers’ Council, Jim served as ...Full Bio