Data Center Operations - Navigating EHS Challenges


Antea Group is always pleased to host our technology industry peer event, EHSxTech®. Our latest event focused on data center operations and how peers are navigating their environment, health, and safety (EHS) challenges. We welcomed two data center professionals who led a panel discussion and shared their individual EHS journeys at their organizations and some of their strategies for making EHS compliance progress.

TRI Reporting - Important Updates for the 2021 Reporting Year


As you begin working on your RY2021 Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) calculations and reports (due by July 1st, 2022), it is important to consider the rule changes that will impact your RY2021 TRI reports due on July 1st, 2021.

Webinar Recap: Reigniting Company Culture in a Hybrid Office Model Through Total Worker Health®


As employers continue to navigate the challenges of returning to the office (or not), a major focus has developed around how to retain and reignite your company culture. Total Worker Health® is a strategy that has been gaining momentum in the US to address these concerns.

Should You Hire a Construction Safety Consultant?


An outside expert eye can be tremendously valuable, especially when the stakes are high.

It’s fair to say that where construction safety is concerned, the stakes are high. Working on construction sites is inherently dangerous, and there are plenty of sobering numbers to back that up. For example:

ESG Global Trends in 2022


As we recently came together from all parts of the world for the first time in over two and a half years for our Spring Associate meeting for Inogen Alliance, a main focus of our meetings was around Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG). It quickly became apparent the differences of ESG integration and knowledge between regions and developing vs developed nations. For some ESG has been around for a while, whilst for others it’s a new acronym and being pushed down from the headquarters of larger multinational organizations for their corporate reporting.

Lone Work in Data Centers: What You Need to Know About Managing Risk and Prioritizing Safety


Lone work is an increasing concern for many data centers, especially as the "great resignation" continues and organizations are operating with fewer employees. Some companies have found success in allowing data center sites to make decisions and facilitate lone work policies based on the location of the site. This allows them to accommodate the various rules and regulations specific to the site's location as well as meet cultural expectations. Others have a more direct approach requiring the entire organization to follow one policy.

6 Quotes from “Don't Look Up” That Are Instructive for EHS & Sustainability Pros


The planet-killing comet movie Don’t Look Up slammed onto Netflix at the close of 2021, acting – in a way – as a satirical epilogue to the United Nations COP26 Climate Conference. The movie delivered a very pointed message: with matters of urgency, now is always the best time to take action.

Benefits of a Workplace Ergonomics Assessment


Workplace ergonomics assessments evaluate risks present in how people physically interact with their work environment and identify areas for improvement – from an office to an industrial setting. An ergonomic evaluation of your workplace is perhaps more important now than ever.

Recently, global-scale changes have shifted where and how workforces across industries conduct business. These changes bring an increased risk for workplace injuries.

Why Is a Formal Ergonomics Assessment Important?

EHS & Sustainability Conferences You Don't Want to Miss in 2022


Staying on top of the latest environment, health and safety, and sustainability (EHS&S) news, trends, and innovations is essential for EHS&S professionals like you who strive to continually improve your company’s processes and programs.

Fortunately, there are a number of upcoming EHS&S events that can serve as incredible resources to help you gain new insights, find new opportunities, and ultimately ensure a safer and healthier workplace and world.

Overview of the 5 Types of Hazards Defined by Industrial Hygiene


Industrial Hygiene is the science of recognizing and evaluating environmental hazards that could cause illnesses or other injuries. An industrial hygienist must assess risk based on both observed outcomes as well as anticipated ones.

The study and practice of industrial hygiene plays a vital role in the health and safety of workers across the globe. Governments and industries have developed standards over time that are meant to contribute to the welfare of those doing the work as well as the health and well-being of surrounding communities.


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