The Corporate Health Directors Network serves corporate leaders with primary responsibility for occupational health program management, drawing members from the most innovative multinational Fortune 500 companies. The Corporate Health Directors Network offers networking opportunities in a confidential environment, allowing members to develop ongoing supportive relationships and providing opportunities for benchmarking with peers from a variety of industries. Meetings are held twice a year, in February and August; members stay in touch year-round via website postings, teleconferences, webinars, and emails. The professional relationships built through this network help members to identify best practices in all aspects of corporate occupational health programs. In addition to surveys regularly conducted by ORC HSE on topics such as OSH program management in global companies, members may request confidential surveys on current topics that require rapid turnaround.
The Corporate Health Directors Network provides outstanding networking opportunities in a confidential environment. The professional relationships forged at member meetings provide the basis for ongoing support and benchmarking opportunities – assisting members in identifying best practices in all aspects of corporate occupational health programs.
The Corporate Health Directors Network meetings provide unparalleled opportunities for benchmarking with peers in a multi-industry setting. In addition, members may request surveys on current topics that require rapid turnaround. Survey participants may include members in the Corporate Health Directors Networks or members of other ORC HSE networks as well. All information is collected and handled with sensitivity to the need for confidentiality.
Are you ready to take a more active role in benchmarking with your peers and identifying best practices for corporate occupational health programs?
If you enjoy being on the cutting edge of innovative strategies for improving program management and performance, consider joining ORC HSE’s Corporate Health Directors Network.
Among the many benefits of membership are:
Twice yearly meetings with peers from other multinational companies;
Networking and benchmarking opportunities;
Regular updates on key issues through email notices and postings to the members-only website;
Access to online discussion forums where members can post requests for information on experiences with specific programs and policies and emerging issues of concern;
Consultation on regulatory and policy issues with our experienced consulting staff; and
Confidential surveys on current topics as requested.
In addition, ORC HSE conducts regular surveys on topics such as:
Annual member company global safety and health performance
Occupational safety and health program management in global companies
Safety and Health Perception Surveys
Safety and Health Organizational Structure
Emerging Infectious Diseases; A Current Global Perspective
Winning Examples of An Integrated and Sustainable Healthy Workplace Strategy
On Purpose: A Next Generation of Health And Wellness
Hearing Loss Prevention: Regulations and Trends Around the Globe
All EAP Is Local: Global Deployment of Work-Based Psychological Health Services
Medical Marijuana in the Workplace
Impact of Workplace Wellness: State of the Evidence
The Business Value of Absence Management