The pandemic has disrupted life as we know it and caused restrictions on public gatherings. How can Environmental, Energy, Health & Safety professionals learn from each other, and exchange ideas?

For 2020, The North Carolina Manufacturers Associations (NCMA) is hosting its Environmental Energy Health & Safety (EEHS) School as a virtual event.

Now in its 19th year, the EEHS School brings attendees the most current and relevant topics presented by subject matter experts and a virtual Exhibit Hall where you can find solutions and ideas for your environmental, energy, health & safety needs – products and services from companies who can help solve problems.

During the two-day school, attendees choose any combination of nine classroom courses taught in 3 concurrent sessions from the list of 25 courses offered. Attendees have the flexibility to select a schedule tailored to their individual interests and needs.

The EI Group, Inc. is a proud exhibitor of the NCMA EEHS School and five of our EHS professionals will be speaking on course topics ranging from occupational health and safety to waste management.

Bill Taylor, CSP
Principal Safety Scientist
Phone: (919) 459-5249
[email protected]

September 29
– 9:30 – 10:30 AM
Course Topic:
“What the Standards Don’t Say: A Look at Various Compliance Requirements Through Interpretations”

Greg Lathan
Phone: (919) 459-5223
[email protected]

Adam Underwood
Vice President
Phone: (919) 459-5264
[email protected]

September 30 – 9:30 – 10:30 AM
Course Topic: “Lessons Learned – Minimizing the Transmission of COVID-19 in the Workplace”
Brooke Gordon, AuD
Director, Occupational Health
Phone: (919) 459-5224
[email protected]

September 30 – 8:00 – 9:00 AM
Course Topic: “The Synergistic Effects of Ototoxin Chemical Exposure to Employees also Exposed to Noise”
Phil Fincher, CIH, CSP
Senior Vice President
Phone: (540) 797-1034
[email protected]

September 30 – 11:00 – 12:00 PM
Course Topic: “Machine Guarding: Risk Assessment and Control Options”

Click here to register for the NCMA EEHS School today!