Most Energy and Environmental Division (EED) members work in organizations that are dealing with tough budget restrictions. It is hard to justify investing travel costs and time away from the site for a conference. And, most EED members work in organizations that deal with tough issues related to the quality, environmental, and the health and safety performance of very complex operations. The 2002 Energy and Environmental Conference is worth the time away from your site and the investment in your travel budget because it addresses tough topics for tough times.
This year’s conference gives you the unique opportunity to participate in three tracks, each dealing with major issues that are important for your organization.
- We are the only conference that focuses on integrating your
quality, environmental, and health and safety audits, providing
you with the most comprehensive source on auditing for complex
organizations. Our quality, environmental, and health and
safety (QEHS) audit track is unique.
- The 2002 EED Conference is the only major public conference
with a focused track on improving the use of root-cause
analysis and improving your organization's corrective action
- EED offers cutting-edge concepts in environmental management that will reduce costs, improve compliance, and contribute to a culture of excellence in your organization.
The 2002 Energy and Environmental Conference is for people who work in complex settings, such as nuclear power facilities, weapons facilities, large research and development laboratories, large-scale environmental remediation projects, oil and gas production, and major engineering projects. We focus on the integration of quality, environmental, and health and safety management systems as the best way to ensure excellence in complex organizations.
Plan to attend the 2002 EED Conference on August 12–14,
2002 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Attend sessions and compare notes
with your peers from the NASA Johnson Space Center, Entergy
Nuclear Northeast, Westinghouse-Savannah River, Marathon-Ashland
Petroleum, the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve, the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers, Shell Oil Company, Halliburton, the
Brookhaven National Laboratory, NASA Stennis Space Center, Stone
& Webster Engineering, the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency, and the U.S. Department of Energy.