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"Leveraging Systems - USG’s Journey to Win the Robert W. Campbell Award"

Date: Thursday, October 11, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour

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Trend-setting organizations understand how safety is a key enabler of operational excellence. The National Safety Council’s Robert W. Campbell Award is designed to recognize such companies who achieve business excellence through the integration of EHS management into business operations. As the 2016 winner of the Robert W. Campbell Award, USG Corporation leveraged data-driven systems to demonstrate how they mastered each of the evaluation criteria for this award.

Join us on this webinar, as Katherine Smith, Program Manager, NSC Campbell Institute; Justin Dugas, Director, Health and Safety, USG Corporation; Steve Bolton, Research Director, Verdantix; and Harold Gubnitsky, President and Chief Strategy Officer, ProcessMAP, discuss how data management and systems play a key role in driving a health & safety focused business culture. The key takeaways from this webinar will include a better understanding of the Robert W. Campbell Award process, seeing real-life examples of systems used by a winning company, and hearing how next-generation solutions such as ProcessMAP's EHS platform can help you achieve operational excellence. 

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About Speakers 

Justin Dugas is the Director of Occupational and Product Safety for USG Corporation, the 2016 National Safety Council Robert W. Campbell Award winner. Justin has worked for USG since 2000 in a variety of different roles including three manufacturing assignments and multiple corporate positions in both human resources and health and safety. Justin’s current responsibilities include setting the company’s overall direction regarding workplace and consumer health and safety matters, providing input and guidance to various technical resources including engineering, research and development, and legal on risk evaluation and mitigation, and overseeing the company’s incident reporting, industrial hygiene, employee medical surveillance, and raw material assessment and quality assurance programs. He has a degree in Business Administration from Louisiana State University and is a Certified Safety Professional.
Katherine Smith
Katherine Smith has been with the Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council since 2012 and currently serves as its Program Manager. Her responsibilities include managing the Robert W. Campbell Award process, maintaining operations for the Campbell Institute and serving on the National Safety Council’s internal EHS Team while chairing the Ergonomics Committee. She has a Masters in Biopolitics from Northern Illinois University and earned her Advanced Safety Certificate through the National Safety Council in 2013.
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Steve Bolton is the EHS Research Director at Verdantix, based in the company’s New York office. He has over 20 years of experience advising various industries on environment, health and safety, sustainability, the circular economy, natural capital and corporate social responsibility. Steve has served as a subject matter expert and consultant to Fortune 500 companies, SMEs and start-ups, public agencies, higher education institutions, and nonprofit organizations. He received a Bachelor’s degree from The College of William and Mary, a Master’s degree from Duke University, and an MBA from James Madison University.


Harold Gubnitsky serves as the President and the Chief Strategy Officer at ProcessMAP Corporation. He is responsible for the overall corporate development, strategy, strategic relations, analyst relations and business development, and has served as a founding board member of ProcessMAP since 2000.

Prior to joining ProcessMAP, Harold served as a Managing Director for XL TechGroup, a company with a distinctive business model focused on continuously inventing, funding, and growing new market facing businesses to address global unmet needs with unique and sustainably differentiated business models. Harold started his career and spent several years as part of the management team of Accenture/Andersen Consulting, leading teams to deploy advanced technology business solutions across a number of industry sectors.