September 8 Virtual Section Meeting - Registration Now Open -- Reposted With Corrected Registration Link
Our September 8 meeting will be held as a Virtual Meeting in accordance with the State of Maryland guidelines on physical distancing.
Our featured speaker is Richard W. Emory, Jr. Mr. Emory was a career environmental enforcement attorney who retired in 2011 from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). He served as our nation’s top lawyer directly responsible for all EPA investigations of pollution crime. Then, often collaborating with the OECD and UNEP, for 17 years he worked globally in EPA foreign assistance to many other nations also wanting clean air and clean water.
The program topic is "Coming Climate Crisis – Whatcha gonna do when it comes for you?". How might climate change impact your company and your role as a quality professional? What can you do to prepare? What can be done to prevent catastrophic outcomes? This workshop will provide scientific evidence of climate change; discuss legal, social, and political issues; and suggest actions for prevention.
The program will be followed by a tutorial entitled "Vulnerability Assessments and CO2 Mitigation Plans". This tutorial is presented by David M. Saunders. Mr. Saunders, now retired, was the Senior Director of Quality for ResCare, a human services company with 45,000 employees. Before ResCare, David was a consultant at ARBOR specializing in research and training on gathering, understanding, and deploying the voice of the customer. His client list included Ford Motor Company, Anheuser-Bush, Allied-Signal, Intel, and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. He will discuss how to apply Dr. Deming’s Theory of Profound Knowledge in vulnerability assessments and CO2 mitigation plans.
Advance registration is required. It provides us with a means to contact you directly with instructions to log-in to the meeting, and any changes or updates. Please register no later than (NLT) noon, Sunday, September 6, 2020.
7:15 - 7:30 - Break
7:30 - 8:30 - Tutorial