• “Speaking at the Verdantix summit provided me with the opportunity to share my thoughts with vendors on how, through better listening, they can improve their engagement with large corporates’ HSE programmes; and ensure that they provide more effective customer support.”
    Kevin Furniss, Vice President, Health, Safety, Security, Environment, and Sustainability, APM Terminals
  • “At the Verdantix summit I enjoyed sharing and discussing with other EH&S professionals the best practices from our own EH&S information management strategy at Johnson Controls.”
    Serge Everdepoel, Director Health and Safety, Johnson Controls
  • “The Verdantix summit was successful in bringing together HSE leaders and technology executives to identify better ways to select and implement HSE technology systems.”
    Steve Dyson, Vice President - QEHSS, NOKIA (ASN)
  • “The Verdantix summit provides a much-needed forum for HSE professionals and technology vendors to better understand how to work together and improve EHS outcomes.”
    Sean Cusack, SHE Senior Director, Cobham
  • “The seniority of the speakers and the audience at the Verdantix EH&S summit differentiated the event and made it a valuable use of time.”
    Nicola Kimm, Head of Sustainability, Environment, Health & Safety, Philips Lighting
  • “Technology innovation has a critical role to play in supporting better environmental outcomes and the Verdantix summit did a great job of bringing together the ecosystem.”
    Jonathan Foot, Chief Environmental Officer, EDF ENERGY

Benefits for attendees

Keynotes, panel debates, peer group roundtable discussions and best practices workshops from more than 40 HSE leaders

Network with senior HSE professionals

Meet with corporate HSE leaders from multiple industries to learn how they have implemented and got value from a wide range of innovative technologies.

Save time and reduce risk in vendor selection

Attend workshops and gain access to product assessments and evaluation tools delivered by which benchmark solutions for facilities-centric HSE processes, product and supply chain stewardship.

Make faster progress with your HSE IT strategy

Achieve a comprehensive understanding of key trends in HSE information management such as the emergence of platform plays, offline mobile device functionality and risk management tools. 

Create your own HSE technology roadmap

Use Verdantix templates at the summit to create an HSE technology roadmap based on an assessment of maturity, risk and value.

Learn about the value of mobile device capabilities

Build your knowledge of how to improve frontline user engagement. Mobile, wearables and virtual reality are targeted at frontline workers not corporate HSE teams. Avoid the pitfalls of technology rejection by learning how others have succeeded and failed.

Educate your team on HSE software usage best practices

Discover the current state of best practices for extracting value out of your existing HSE software applications from experts who have implemented dozens of HSE systems.


who the verdantix summit is created for

Who should attend? Previous attendees include:

Who should attend? Previous attendees include:

Head of Health & Safety
HSE Director
Director Health & Safety
Global Environment, Health & Safety Director
Senior Vice President HSEQ
Divisional HSE Manager
Group Health, Safety & Environment Director
Vice President Risk Management & HSE
HSE Business Partner
Group Director Process Safety
Corporate QHSE Manager

Organizations who have attended previous summits

Organizations who have attended previous summits

ACS Green Chemistry Institute
Adidas Group
Alliant Energy
Amphenol Corp.
Archer Daniels Midland
Atlantic Power
Axcelis Technologies
BAE Systems Electronic Systems
Biogen Idec
BLR-Business & Legal Resouces
Bose Corp.
Boston Sand & Gravel Company
Cabot Oil & Gas
Cargill, Inc.
Center for Sustainable Shale Development

Cidra Corporate Services
Colgate Palmolive
Credit360 LLC
Cummins Inc.
CVS Health
Deloitte Consulting
Duke Energy
DuPont Sustainable Solutions
Eastern Envioronmental Law Center
EHS Journal
EMC Corp.
Envizi Inc.
ERA Environmental Management Solutions
EtQ, Inc.
Exelon Generation

FCS International
Flint Hills Resources
General Electric
Gensuite LLC
Harvard University
Intelex Technologies
Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Wales University
Lockheed Martin
Marsh USA Inc.
MasTec, Inc.
Medgate Inc.
MSDSonline, Inc.
MSDSonline, Inc.
Northeastern University
Perillon Software Inc.
Philips Electronics
Presstek, LLC
Rhodes Technologies

Rogers Corp.
Roll Global, LLC
SRA Information Technology
Suncor Energy Inc.
Tata Consultancy Services
Tennessee Valley Authority
The Dow Chemical Co.
Toyota Motor Sales, USA
Trinity Constultants
Tufts University
Umass Boston
United Technologies Corp.
URS Corp.
Waste Management
Waters Corp.
Wipro Technologies