Corporate Strategy Today: Issue 9

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Corporate Strategy Today: Issue 9

Risk Reduction and Site Remediation Strategies for the New Century

CONTENTS

EDITOR'S CORNER
By Dr. Bruce Piasecki - President & Founder of AHC Group

NOTE FROM OUR SPECIAL GUEST EDITOR
By Richard Goss - Project Manager at Bowne Decision Quest

REMEDIATION: A BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE
By Dwight Bedsole - Director, Corporate Remediation Group at DuPont

The key to managing corporate environmental liabilities is to operate the remediation function as a business, recognizing that, like any business, it has a market, customers, and stakeholders. Find out why from the Director of the DuPont Corporate Remediation Group as he explains DuPont's business strategy for managing these liabilities.

DEFINING ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS AND "UNCERTAINTY" UNDER THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT OF 2002
By Donna H. Sandidge - National Practice Leader at Marsh

Find out how Marsh's Strategic Environmental Risk Assessment (SERA) process helps corporations protect assets and create value by recognizing, evaluating and managing enterprise risk. SERA is a pre-loss exercise designed to analyze and manage known environmental risks, as well as uncover hidden threats.

RISK MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES UNDER THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT OF 2002
By John Heuberger - Attorney at Piper Rudnick

Hear what this attorney with the law firm Piper Rudnick has to say regarding the impact of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 on corporate reporting requirements and internal management obligations. Heuberger shares his insights into the expanded role of corporate risk managers and describes how SOX has extended responsibility for disclosure down through operating divisions and basic business functions.

FMC?S BROWNFIELD LESSONS LEARNED
By Robert Forbes - Director, Environment & Remediation at FMC Corporation

The Director of Environment for FMC Corporation shares the valuable lessons his company has learned in addressing its brownfield redevelopment sites. Forbes provides case studies of four separate FMC brownfield projects to demonstrate how a cooperative approach to remediation and redevelopment can pay dividends for the process and the company.



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