P2E2 Roundtable event
HOST: King’s College
Presentations: King’s College and Harsco Industrial
WALKING TOUR: Sustainability at King’s College with special guest presentation by
Harsco Industrial Jon Hunter (bio below), Director, Corporate Environmental and
EHS and Q&A with a panel of environmental professionals from a broad spectrum of
Date: Thursday, February 15, 2018
Place: King’s College, Wilkes-Barre
Attendees Limit 22 attendees (max)
Cost: Free. (Please pass this on to anyone else you know who might be interested.)
Register: below or email Mike Parrent firstname.lastname@example.orgP.L.leahciM Use “P2/E2 meeting” in the subject line.
Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes as we will be walking for part of the tour!
Attendees must be 18 yrs or older, no smoking and, no photographs allowed,
must wear closed-toe shoes, no high heels permitted
Registration deadline: February 8, 2018
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Harsco is a company that is very committed to Environmental Sustainability and has challenged itself to drive continuous improvement in this area. The presentation will focus on Harsco’s analysis of the current state of the company’s Environmental Sustainability program and key activities that will be used to mature the overall program. In addition to the short and long term tactical actions that will be deployed across all affected sites, the strategy to mature the overall Environmental Culture of Harsco will be discussed.
Jon R. Hunter is the Director, Corporate Environmental and Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Metals & Minerals North America for Harsco Corporation. Jon directly reports to Jeremy Zahn, Vice President – Environmental, Health, Safety and Security. In his current role, Jon is responsible for driving EHS initiatives at the Harsco Metals & Minerals North America level and Environmental strategies across the globe. Primary responsibilities include strategic planning associated with EHS, driving continuous improvement in EHS programs, providing regulatory governance, maturing the Corporate Sustainability strategy/programs and supporting the process of developing a Zero Harm EHS Culture within his organization. Prior to joining
Harsco, Jon spent the majority of his career with Eaton Corporation, Honeywell Aerospace and Delphi Automotive Systems with multiple roles supporting EHS at the local, regional and corporate levels. Jon received his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Westminster College. Jon has also been a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) and a Special Government Employee (SGE) with the US OSHA as part of the Voluntary Protection Program.
- King’s College and Harsco Industrial
February 15, 2018
8:00 am - 5:00 pm