Women in Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS), is slow progress but has a strong community. EHS overall has so many opportunities. There are many different specialities that have broken off general EHS, which opens it up for more women. Alongside the opportunities, there come the challenges. The speaker will be focusing on the opportunities and challenges in the EHS field for women.
Tiruchelvi Subramaniam, EHS Advisor, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)
Tiruchelvi completed a BSc in Environmental and Occupational Health in Universiti Putra Malaysia. She is currently working with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) as an EHS Advisor specialised in environmental related matters, and has undergone industrial hygiene competencies with British Occupational Hygiene Society as well as being certified in Human Advanced Industrial Ergonomics by EHS Velocity.
Her passion towards environment and sustainability boosts her to lead sustainability projects within her organisation such as single use plastic reduction programme and also initiated new projects such as paper reduction policy which saves the environment and reduces OPEX cost to the organisation. She has also undergone various EHS related certifications within three years of her working experiences in this field.
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