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Webinar: The Importance of Technology to EHSQ Leaders

  • Publish Date: Posted almost 2 years ago

​Industry Experts Unveil the Importance of Technology to EHSQ Leadership. 

The importance of technology has become more profound now than ever before. As we enter the post-peak period of the global pandemic, now is the time for leadership teams across the globe to embrace technology and realize how it can help employees be safer and healthier.

On 21st May, Cority’s Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford, International Sales Manager, and Gerry Pearson, Director of Shirley Parsons Professional Services, discussed the role of EHSQ technology in the new work environments, examined how technology can be used to accelerate towards efficiency and productivity, and provided helpful tips for how leaders can adopt EHSQ technology.

A full recording of the webinar is available on the Cority website:

https://ehsq.cority.com/wistia-webinar-the-importance-of-technology-to-ehsq-leaders-webinar/the-importance-of-technology-to-ehsq-leaders

Presenters

Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford, International Sales Manager, Cority 

Tjeerd has two decades of experience in environment, health & safety, and quality (EHSQ). He has extensive experience in helping global companies to address their HSEQ challenges through the application of management best practices in combination with market-leading technology and consulting solutions. Tjeerd currently leads the CorityInternational Sales team across the EMEA and APAC regions, providing clients with concrete solutions and business outcomes through market-leading EHSQ software. 

Gerry Pearson, Director, Shirley Parsons Professional Services

Gerry is a Director and founding member of Shirley Parsons Professional Services, created in 2005 with the aim of becoming the world’s go-to organisation for HSEQ talent. Today, Shirley Parsons operates specialist talent, project consulting, and managed services businesses in the UK, Europe, North America, and Asia.