April 16 Webinar: Improving EHS Management with IT

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Improving EHS Management with IT

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Effective information management is critical to complying with complex EHS regulations. Join KTL and Southeast Missouri State University (SEMO) for this APPA webinar to get helpful tips for the successful management of EHS information, data, documents, and records.

Improving EHS Management with Information Technology: A University Demonstration
April 16, 2020 | Noon – 1:00 p.m. CT

This webinar will use a formal EHS management system model (plan-do-check-act) to highlight the importance of:

  • Identifying, understanding, and documenting applicable EHS requirements
  • Providing easy-to-use EHS information management tools
  • Capturing institutional knowledge of experienced staff for operational sustainability

Learning Objectives

Facility managers, plant operators, EHS staff, and supervisors working in higher education will better understand:

  • Key components of an effective EHS management system based on ISO 14001/45001
  • Best practices for applying information technology to assist with EHS compliance
  • Strategies for improving adoption of new technology tools throughout campus
  • How to use an affordable, available technology platform (Microsoft SharePoint®) to enhance EHS compliance and communication practices


SEMO’s Autumn Gentry will join KTL Principal Joseph Tell to provide a demonstration of SEMO’s recent efforts to manage and communicate EHS information using Microsoft SharePoint® tools to simplify EHS compliance.


About APPA, Leadership in Educational Facilities
Formerly known as the Association of Physical Plant Administrators, APPA is recognized globally as a leader in professional development programs, credentialing, research, publications, networking, and information services for the educational facilities profession. APPA’s mission is to “support educational excellence with quality leadership and professional management through education, research and recognition.” 

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