From March 28-30, EHS Support’s Liz Hoerning and James Dodd will be attending the North American Meat Institute (NAMI) Environment, Labor and Safety Conference in San Antonio, TX.
Headquartered in Washington, D.C., NAMI is a trade association that represents companies that process 95 percent of beef, pork, veal, and 70 percent of turkey products in the US and their suppliers. The conference brings together professionals in the meat industry with responsibilities in worker safety, labor and employment, and environmental issues for a power-packed educational event. The conference will help meat industry leaders exchange best practices and learn from experts in their respective fields.
Hoerning, project compliance specialist, will be on a panel with other NAMI members speaking on water use risk assessment and control. She will focus specifically on water-use mapping and analyses within facilities, identifying deficiencies and reuse opportunities. In addition to being an expert in spill prevention, control and countermeasures plans, and stormwater pollution prevention plans, she also manages environmental compliance projects for clients meeting state and federal regulatory requirements for stormwater, wastewater, chemical inventory, and hazardous waste.
Dodd, senior health-and-safety specialist, is a U.S. Navy veteran with over 20 years of experience in project management, including over a decade in oil-and-gas engineering and several years of regulatory consulting. His also has extensive background in joint venture facility design, environmental project management, oil-and-gas (upstream, midstream, and downstream) engineering, transportation compliance, environmental compliance planning, program development, and training development.