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Free Webinar: EHS Data Automation

Learn how this vital EHS strategy can save you hundreds of hours each month and revolutionize your EHS department.

Featuring experts from internationally-recognized environmental leaders


Manual data entry, transcribing data for reports, and chasing after missing data from vendors distracts you away from your real EH&S work - the work that protects your compliance and productivity.

The simple solution is to automate all those small tasks that reduce your ability to work efficiently. 

Automation is simpler than you think. Watch this free webinar to gain insight into how EHS data automation can make the hours you work more effective.

This webinar features:

  • How to save hours of work every month, by changing the way you handle Vendor SDS/MSDS data.
  • How to improve calculation accuracy and reduce the burden of data management by implementing a Product Usage/Inventory system.
  • How to improve the efficiency of your workflows by automating upload of Continuous Emissions Monitoring (CEM and CMS).
  • The advantages of automating threshold alerts for any potential facility audits.

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Bruce D. Gaylord, PG, QEP, CHMM

Bruce Gaylord has a BS in Geology & Earth Sciences from Eastern Michigan University. He is the past Chair and current Secretary of the Kentucky A&WMA Chapter, and a past officerof the East Central Section – A&WMA. He is a Director at Large for the Kentucky CHMM. Mr. Gaylord is currently employed as a Regional Environmental Coordinator for Republic Conduit. He was an Engineer/Scientist for Kentuckiana Engineering Company and an Engineering Supervisor for the Louisville Air Control District. His past experience also includes being a Station Manager at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.

Annette S. VonCannon

Annette VonCannon has been with AkzoNobel Coatings Inc. for 34 years, transitioning from a Sr. Chemist to Environmental Manager in 2002. Annette manages product regulatory issues for over 500 customers to insure compliance with local, state and federal HAPs and VOC regulations. She has a BS in Chemistry from Campbell University.

Ron Drumeller

Ron Drumeller is responsible for all air emissions compliance activity at the Volkswagen Facility in Chattanooga, TN. Ron is a seasoned Environmental Professional with over twenty years of experience in the Environmental industry. He has managed large Government contracts for removing Hazardous wastes, driven energy reduction initiatives in a lean manufacturing environment, implemented ISO 14001, and managed air emissions compliance activities in numerous automotive manufacturing facilities.


Paul Link

Paul Link is a Lead Analyst with the Sherwin-Williams Company. Currently, he manages projects, staff and consultants in the Corporate Health, Environmental and Regulatory Systems (HEARS) department with a primary focus on regulatory compliance systems. Paul is responsible for all Corporate ‘Legacy’ system projects and applications. Those systems, along with custom IT applications, assist with adherence to regulatory compliance by providing domestic and international support to Sherwin-Williams regulatory, environmental and business units as well as government agencies and Customers.


Sherry Stookey

Sherry Stookey, QEP, is Regulatory Affairs Manager for the Valspar Wood business group and is responsible for safety and environmental product stewardship as it relates to paints and coatings. Her almost 15 year tenure at Valspar includes working with ERA Environmental Consultants to provide client data necessary to complete environmental reporting obligations. Prior to Valspar, she was employed by Trigon Engineering (now Kleinfelder Engineering), an environmental consulting firm, as a project manager, Thomasville Furniture Industries as Environmental Manager and Forsyth County Environmental Affairs Department as Environmental Specialist.


Sarah Sajedi

Sarah Sajedi is the Director of Research and Development at ERA Environmental Consulting, Inc. Sarah manages ERA’s programming group and scientific/engineering staff. She spearheaded software development for the Web based ERA-EMS™ (Environmental Management System) and the ERA-EHS™ (Environmental Health/Safety & Hygiene Module). Sarah Sajedi has a BS with specialties in Chemistry & Biochemistry from Concordia University