Download our latest thought leadership paper from Ed Sattar Chief Executive Officer for 360factors. This paper focused on Operational Risk and Regulatory Change Management and was recently presented at the National Safety Council Texas Safety Conference & (TSCE) in San Antonio, TX

The National Safety Council Texas Safety Conference & Expo is an annual event for safety professionals looking to improve safety in their organization. For more than 75 years, professionals have turned to this event for industry-leading technology, education, networking opportunities and the tried and true products and services needed to stay at the forefront and remain competitive within the industry.

Key Issue’s Covered Include:

  • Operational Risk & Regulatory Trends
  • Why Automate an Operational Risk and Regulatory Change Management System
  • Operational Risk and Compliance Management Model & Methodology
  • How to Implement an Operational Risk and Compliance Management System
  • Can Automation and Software Increase Operational Excellence and Reduce Risk & Cost?

About Ed Sattar

Ed Sattar is the CEO of 360training and founder of 360factors, an operational risk and compliance management software company. For more than a decade, Ed has made significant professional contributions to the regulatory compliance space across multiple industries.

His experiences include extensive research and consulting for regulatory compliance consulting firms and training providers as well as state and federal regulatory agencies. During his tenure in the risk and regulatory compliance workflow automation and eTraining space, he has identified key criteria and compliance standards that are currently being published and implemented.

Ed Sattar has been nominated for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award three times and was among the top seven finalists in 2009. He has appeared on the Deloitte Fast 50 as the leader of the 6th fastest growing company in Texas and got the companies listed in Inc 5000 several times as one of the fastest growing companies under his leadership.

Ed studied Electrical Engineering and Finance at the University of Texas at Austin.