"Mobile First" Emergency Planning

Wednesday, September 29, 2021 | 10:15 AM

CCNJ is pleased to present this webinar, sponsored by BSI Group, focusing on how companies are mobilizing their emergency action and integrated contingency plans into fully branded, integrated, and secure mobile applications.

Why Mobile? Emergency planning examples of "Mobile First" environmental, health and safety strategy

 
Join BSI as they explain how companies are mobilizing their EHS plans into fully branded, integrated, and secure mobile applications. BSI experts will walk through the specific reasons companies are choosing to tap into the power of mobile, plus provide insights on a successful roll-out plan and how to ensure continued engagement. 

Companies have historically relied on analog methods of emergency action and integrated contingency plans. However, emergencies often come with little or no warning, and grabbing the print copy as you’re running out the door can be cumbersome at best.  In addition, these hard-copy versions can quickly go out of date; and during an actual emergency, critical information cannot be accessed. This new innovative approach, in an emergency, can help companies radically improve employee confidence - their team will know what to do, and who to call for help.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:

Jacob Zollinger, National Practice Director, Information Solutions BSI Group
Jacob is a Principal Environmental, Health & Safety and Security (EH3S) Consultant experienced in multi-jurisdictional regulatory compliance in the laboratory, general industry, and construction sectors. He is experienced in driving organizational change within diverse, fast-paced and complex political environments. As BSI's National Practice Director, Information Solutions Jacob has overall accountability for the US-based consulting team that supports clientele in technology utilization assessments, database development and hosting, and general EH3S technology excellence. Jacob also partners closely with Innovation Center to materialize existing and emerging technology platforms that drive continual improvement within BSI and the global client base.


The event is free to all staff at CCNJ member companies. Registration is required.  Audience size is limited, so register early.

You will only be able to access this event via Microsoft Teams with the link that will be provided to registrants the day before the event. A call-in number will not be created for this event. 
 
Feel free to email your questions ahead of time to CCNJ Staff or use the chat function during the session to ask a question. 
Registration is free for staff at CCNJ member companies. There are a limited number of spots available for attendees from non-member companies. There is a registration fee of $100 for attendees from non-member companies.