Developing, Implementing and Managing an MGP Program

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Developing, Implementing and Managing an MGP Program

Author:
Randolph (Randy) Price (Weston Solutions, Inc.)

Presenter:

Randolph (Randy) Price

Weston Solutions, Inc.

Speaker Bio:

Mr. Price has almost 40 years of experience in every aspect of EH&S leadership, including strategy development and implementation, business integration and support, worldwide program coordination, regulatory agency negotiations, project management, acquisition and divestiture support. He currently works for Weston Solutions, where he leads their Power/Utility Market Sector team, providing both strategic and tactical counsel to the Company as well as strategic services to Weston’s clients on all environmental and safety issues. Prior to Weston, he retired from the Consolidated Edison Company of New York, where he was VP of EH&S. During that time, the company was recognized internationally for its environmental and sustainability performance. While at Con Ed, he led the development and implementation of a remediation program with a portfolio of approximately $1 billion. Prior to Con Edison, he was Corporate Director of Environment for Honeywell International (formerly Allied-Signal). During this time, he led an organization, which provided environmental support to businesses and manufacturing facilities world-wide, in strategy development, compliance, permitting, issue management, and productivity. Prior to Honeywell, he was Corporate Director of EH&S for the J. M. Huber Company, where he led the company’s EH&S function for this diverse manufacturing company with businesses in the mining, oil and gas, chemicals and wood product industries. Prior to that, he worked for 12 years for the DuPont Company, where his last position was Corporate Manager, Environmental Stewardship Mr. Price, has a BS in Biology and a Masters in Sanitary Science. He is also a black belt in Six Sigma.

Abstract:

Developing, implementing, and the on-going management of an MGP program can be a daunting experience considering the number of stakeholders (both internal and external), the potential cost, the long-term commitment/liability and the potential public relations issues associated with such an endeavor.

This presentation will discuss how a company should consider organizing to support the program, determine which internal departments need to be involved (and how), build staff and external support mechanisms, work with elected officials, the media, communities, property owners potentially impacted, developers as well as the regulators involved in the program (including environmental, health and utility).  It will also discuss approaches to financial reporting.  The presentation will cover key learnings and several “watch-outs” for those managing similar efforts.

 

To view the full Agenda for MGP 2017 view this link:

http://mgpsymposium.com/agenda/

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