Pamala Bobbitt

Pam Bobbitt is Director of Channels and Product Marketing at Cority where she is in charge of the expansion of Cority's partner program. She brings deep expertise in EHS processes and software to the role. Having trained as a Chemist, Pam spent over 15 years as an EHS professional in the pharmaceutical, chemical and automotive industries. Most recently, she has spent seven years at EHS Software vendors using her industry expertise to translate business requirements into successful software programs.

  • How To Develop Sustainability Culture: Q&A with Cority’s Pam Bobbitt

    How To Develop Sustainability Culture: Q&A with Cority’s Pam Bobbitt

    “A truly sustainable culture isn’t just reporting annually, collecting data, and stressing out to submit it,” says Pam Bobbitt, director of product marketing and channels for Cority.

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  • 4 Tips to Get Buy-In for Your Next EHS Initiative

    4 Tips to Get Buy-In for Your Next EHS Initiative

    Struggling to get support for your new EHS initiative? Learn how to position the value of your program to stakeholders and secure buy for your next key initiative.

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  • OSHA Security Breach - A Quick Guide

    OSHA Security Breach - A Quick Guide

    What do you need to know about last week's OSHA injury reporting web breach? This article gives you a quick rundown of what happened.

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  • OSHA Update: Recordkeeping & Reporting Rule

    OSHA Update: Recordkeeping & Reporting Rule

    OSHA’s Recordkeeping and Reporting rule (29 CFR part 1904) has been nullified by the U.S. Senate. This post explains what this means for your organization, and how it could affect you.

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  • The Importance of Change Management

    The Importance of Change Management

    An overview of the basics of management of change (MOC) and how a well implemented MOC process can lead to improved ROI and VOI

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  • A Guide to OSHA’s Recordkeeping & Reporting Rule

    A Guide to OSHA’s Recordkeeping & Reporting Rule

    An overview of OSHA's recordkeeping and reporting rule (29 CFR part 1904) and how to prepare your organization for the 2017 changes to this rule.

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  • The Top 3 Trends in EHS for 2016

    The Top 3 Trends in EHS for 2016

    Medgate's Review of the top trends in EHS for 2016. This blog post outlines the changing landscape of EHS, the need for integration and more.

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