Welcome to the EHS for Diagnostics & Medical Devices Summit

Industry’s Definitive Safety Initiative Dedicated to Achieving Operational Excellence Within the Highly Regulated Medical Device Sector

The EHS for Diagnostics & Medical Devices Summit will unite 70+ EHS VPs, Directors & Site-level heads from the world's leading diagnostic and medical device companies for 3 days of forward-thinking discussions, case study presentations, interactive workshops, networking sessions and more.

Join Your EHS Peers to:

Zero pollution (1)


Encourage new initiatives to standardize EHS processes across multiple sites globally and sustain wellbeing and culture across R&D, manufacturing, and distributive workforces. Implement a best-in-class EHS program and align with ISO and OSHA standards to avoid expensive compliance violations.



Hear the latest innovations to achieve zero pollution and foster environmental sustainability. Effectively navigate diverse environmental guidelines regarding material usage and medical device waste management to promote a more sustainable workplace.

share best practices (1)


Share best practices on ergonomic risk mitigation, electrical and chemical safety, and reducing additive manufacturing hazards associated with occupational exposure to dust, fire, and explosion risks. Promote cross-functional collaboration to factor safety into product and manufacturing process design.

Gain Points Towards Your Recertification

By attending this safety initiative, you can earn points towards your recertification, meaning you can earn while you learn.

BGC® Diplomates can earn up to 15 technical contact hours (or 2.5 CM points) for this event. See http://www.GoBGC.org/practitioners_CIH_educationalevents for more information.

BCSP Diplomates can earn up to 15 technical contact hours (1.5 points) for this event

This event has also been approved by ABSA International for 0.125 CM points toward RBP/CBSP recertification

board for global ehs cred

Who Will You Meet?

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*Numbers based on other events in the EHS series