Welcome to EHSSENTIALS 2018, an annual symposium for environmental, health and safety professionals working in all aspects of the healthcare industry.
In 2014 we launched the first EHSSENTIALS Symposium at Stanford University Medical Center in Palo Alto, California. This one-of-a-kind event brought together healthcare industry and EHS professionals from the region for an information-rich, strategy-packed day devoted exclusively to the latest EHS trends, issues, strategies and solutions affecting healthcare facilities today.
In 2015 we expanded our EHSSENTIALS program to include two Symposia, adding a new event last May at UCLA in Los Angeles, and returning again to Stanford in October. We look forward to seeing you in 2018 at one of these not-to-be-missed events.
We’ve designed EHSSENTIALS to meet the busy, demanding needs of today’s EHS professionals – a concise, content-rich, affordable and efficient one-day event with opportunities to learn, network and then get back to your job with information and contacts you can use right away to improve your facility and make your job easier.
Symposium sessions feature healthcare industry experts sharing real-world, tried and proven solutions to today’s biggest EHS challenges – all with an exclusive healthcare focus. Workplace safety management systems, safe patient handling, indoor air quality, hazardous waste, emergency management, industrial hygiene monitoring, respiratory protection management and construction EHS are just a few of the hot topics we’ll address.
Thanks again for joining us!
Questions regarding the UCLA EHSSENTIALS Symposium? Email us here.
Thursday, May 3, 2018
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Who Should Attend
Healthcare Industry EHS Professionals including:
- EHS Leaders and EHS Professionals
- Safety Leaders
- Environmental Professionals
- HR Leaders
- Facilities Leaders
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EHSSENTIALS 2018 is presented by:
BSI EHS Services and Solutions
BSI EHS Services and Solutions assists hospitals, clinics, long-term care and other healthcare facilities to protect patient and employee safety; prevent environmental factors from impacting employee health, the quality of care and medical outcomes; institute sustainable and socially responsible practices; and, create facilities that support healing and operate with financial efficiency.
Kaiser Permanente is committed to helping shape the future of health care. They are recognized as one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans. Founded in 1945, their mission is to provide high-quality, affordable health care services and to improve the health of their members and the communities they serve.
UCLA Industrial Hygiene Program (IHP)
The UCLA IHP trains professional and research industrial hygienists — environmental specialists concerned with the recognition, evaluation, control, and prevention of worker exposures — at the Master and Doctoral levels to address current and future occupational health challenges. Residing within the Department of Environmental Health Sciences in the Fielding School of Public Health, the UCLA IHP is also part of the UCLA Center for Occupational & Environmental Health and the NIOSH-funded Southern California Education and Research Center.
UCLA Industrial Hygiene Program
Southern California NIOSH Education and Research Center