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Avetta Virtual Event Gathers Exclusive High-Profile Supply Chain Experts to Help Companies Reevaluate Risk Management

“Supply Chain 2021: Protecting People & Planet,” a free event from Avetta on Sept 28-29, offers sessions by Avetta’s Supply Chain Insights Team on risk management, safety and supply chains

Employers, managers, safety experts and other supply chain workers are invited to attend a free virtual conference from Avetta, the leading provider of supply chain risk management software. “Supply Chain 2021: Protecting People & Planet” will be held on Sept. 28-29 to address the pandemic’s impact on the workplace.

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“We should consider our employees’ health and wellbeing, as well as our environmental and social stewardship. Supply Chain 2021 covers many of the aspects you need to consider right now regarding supply chain risk management.”

Registration is free at Avetta’s website. The two-day event features members from Avetta’s Supply Chain Insights Team—past Presidents of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), CEOs, top safety professionals, and published speakers—including Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., Partner, Fisher & Phillips LLP; Neil Shah, Chief De-Stressing Officer, International Wellbeing Insights; and Shannon Magari, Vice President, Health Sciences, Colden Corporation.

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Some of the topics covered at the summit include:

  • Five emerging safety trends: the difference between success and failure
  • Embrace errors, don’t hide them
  • Are you ready to lead “safety differently”?
  • The building blocks of wellness
  • Safety through accountability and recognition: a foundation for OHSMS

“We need to think about more than just safety to protect the workforce,” said Indy Chakrabarti, Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer at Avetta. “We should consider our employees’ health and wellbeing, as well as our environmental and social stewardship. Supply Chain 2021 covers many of the aspects you need to consider right now regarding supply chain risk management.”

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