WindEurope Summit 2016
27-29 September 2016
The world’s largest wind energy event, the WindEurope Summit 2016, is coming to Hamburg this September.
WindEurope (previously EWEA) is teaming up with WindEnergy Hamburg for the world’s largest wind energy conference & expo. The theme of the WindEurope Summit 2016 is Making transition work. The summit will feature over 45 conference sessions tailored to improve the understanding of the megatrends that are shaping the sector in Europe and beyond.
The program offers something for all industry players and unparalleled business and networking opportunities. Whether the topic is changing market dynamics in Europe, emerging market developments or game-changing technologies, conference delegates will be offered unique insights and top-level speakers.
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ERM, the world’s leading sustainability consultancy, will speak about “Managing Performance, Not Paperwork – the Road to a Sustainable Offshore Wind Safety Culture” in the session “Innovation in Safety” on Wednesday, 28 September 2016, 11:30-13:00.
Join us at the WindEurope Summit 2016 where you can learn more about ERM’s approach to Sustainable Safety Culture and how we can help you unlock the power of your people and processes.
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Annette Nienhaus is a Technical Director at ERM. She holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering (TU Darmstadt) and European Energy Economics (University of Applied Sciences Kufstein) and is a certified H&S Engineer. Ms. Nienhaus has more than 20 years of HSE experience with a focus on safety performance improvement. She supports international companies in various industry sectors including the power, manufacturing, metal-processing, oil & gas and chemical sectors in sustainably improving HSE performance. Her experience ranges from providing strategic HSE management advice over safety culture transformation support, designing and developing HSE management frameworks as well as HSE implementation support. Ms. Nienhaus has previously led the HSE Department of the Physics Research Centre DESY in Hamburg and has worked in international HSE and renewable energy consulting.