LRQA Ask the Experts Informational Forum

Join industry experts for the latest information on: ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015; the significance of ISO 45001 as the first international standard for Occupational Health & Safety; and the emergence of strategic energy management systems in ISO 50001 and Superior Energy Performance. 

Walk away with: 

  • An understanding of how Annex SL will streamline an organization’s ability to integrate their management systems to become more efficient and effective at continually improving performance and reducing risk. 
  • An appreciation of how the forthcoming ISO standard for occupational health and safety could prove significant in the world of management system standards. 
  • Insight into how strategic energy management systems are creating a systematic approach to energy efficiency and substantial cost savings. 

Plus, get a behind the scenes look at LRQA Training and tour Lloyd’s Register’s state of the art Training Technology Center, complimentary food and beverage will be served

3:00pm - Managing Energy Efficiency with ISO 50001 and Superior Energy Performance with special guest Paul Scheihing of the US Department of Energy

4:00pm - The Pathway from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001, The International Standard for Occupational Health & Safety Management

5:00pm - ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 - What Do the Revisions Mean for Your Organization?

6:00pm - Behind the Scenes of LRQA Training

Wednesday, June 3rd 
Lloyd’s Register Training Center
15740 Park Row Drive Suite 500
Houston, Texas 77084
All sessions are complimentary but seating is limited.

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Paul ScheihingPaul Scheihing ,Technology Manager, Advanced Manufacturing Office
Technical Assistance team
U.S. Department of Energy 

Paul Scheihing is a Technology Manager within the Energy Department’s Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO). He is the lead of the Superior Energy Performance certification program in partnership with U.S. industry. He is a member of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group that developed the ISO 50001 energy management standard.

Scheihing has worked for DOE since 1988. He has developed with U.S. industry a variety of research, development and technology deployment partnerships and initiatives that all aim to encourage the more rapid adoption of energy efficient industrial technologies. In the 1990s, he managed the Energy Department’s voluntary industry partnerships such as Motor Challenge, Steam Challenge, and Compressed Air Challenge.   He led the Save Energy Now program which provided over 1,000 energy assessments to manufacturing plants from 2006 to 2011.

Previous to the Energy Department, Scheihing worked for five years at the Garrett Turbine Engine Company in Phoenix, Arizona, and five years with Westinghouse Electric Corporation in Concordville, Pennsylvania. Both jobs were as a Gas Turbine Development Engineer with a specialty of gas turbine combustor design, test, and development.  
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Connecticut in Storrs, Connecticut, and a Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.   He was honored by the American Council for Energy Efficient Economy as Champion in Energy Efficiency in Industry in July, 2013.

Robert CliffordRobert (Bob) Clifford, LRQA Technical Manager for Client Training Services / Lead Assessor
Bob is an Exemplar Global-certified Environmental Management Systems Lead Auditor, LRQA Lead Auditor for Environmental, Occupational Health & Safety and Energy Management systems and Client Trainer with over 30 years of HSE compliance and management assessment experience.  Bob has worked with LRQA since 1998.