There’s a lot of talk about Artificial Intelligence (AI), but how does it apply to you as an EHS professional and why is it important?
In this session, we’ll break down the complex world of AI into understandable components, emphasizing its significance in EHS management. Key topics include foundational AI concepts, the current AI landscape, and its rapid development in business and technology sectors.
We’ll also introduce practical AI tools that you can use today to help you streamline daily EHS tasks, including chatbots, writing aids, and tools for generating images and videos.
AI’s integration into our world isn’t a matter of if, but when and how. Join us to gain insights into how AI can enhance EHS operations as well as how you can leverage it for efficiency and innovation.
Megan is Encamp's VP of Technical Programs Management. She is also a Certified Environmental and Safety Compliance Officer® (CESCO), an EHSMS Internal Auditor, a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager, and is skilled in RCRA, DOT, and ISO 14001. Megan is a graduate of Purdue University, where she earned her B.S. in Natural Resources and Environmental Science.
Director of Data Solutions, Encamp
As the Director of Data Solutions at Encamp, Dominique brings over 15 years of expertise in environmental science and chemistry to her role. With a Master's degree in Environmental Science and a Bachelor's in Chemistry, she expertly combines her scientific knowledge with advanced data management skills. Dedicated to achieving quality outcomes and developing efficient processes, Dominique leverages cutting-edge technology for transformative data solutions. Her diverse career includes significant roles in environmental health and safety and chemical data analysis. As an adjunct faculty member at Indiana Wesleyan University, she further enriched her profile. Dominique's expertise encompasses a deep understanding of environmental regulations and safety standards, specializing in Safety Data Sheets, the EPA’s Environmental Audit Policy, ISO 14001, RCRA, and TSCA. This, coupled with her extensive knowledge of data solutions and process optimization, positions her as a distinguished leader in integrating environmental science with data management technologies.