Engaged employees are the key drivers of building a culture around health and safety. But how can you “sell” EHS to your employees and make it easy for them to participate, if you don’t have a big budget?
Read Antea Group’s blog for some economical but fun ways to bring EHS to the forefront of your organization!
RCRA hazardous waste generator improvement rule changes have gone into effect, but not everyone has figured out how to navigate the resulting (highly complex) implementation period. For organizations operating in multiple states, the struggle is particularly difficult.
How can EHS managers ensure their organization stays compliant, and plan to mitigate their risk? Read Antea Group’s blog for a clear explanation.
Well run environment, health and safety (EHS) programs at technology companies improve worker safety, cut costs, ensure regulatory compliance and boost company image. Use Antea Group’s EHS checklist to measure your company’s EHS preparedness and performance.
In a global company, EHS managers often find themselves challenged by the local EHS regulations they need to apply to their worldwide facilities. There could be language challenges, an overabundance of laws to sift through, and lack of local knowledge.
It is easy to lose sight of the importance of ergonomics in a low-risk workplace such as an office, data center, or warehouse .If, as an EHS manager, you want to get back on track with your ergonomic program, consider an ergonomic assessment.
In the technology industry, innovation moves at a furious pace. This shortened cycle, with an ever-changing regulatory environment, presents hidden EHS challenges—especially as companies expand operations internationally. If you are an EHS manager, these 6 quotes from iconic tech leaders and some EHS tips will inspire you in your work.
Global EHS Managers use self-inspections and/or third-party compliance audits to gauge the EHS risk exposure of their facilities. Self-assessments, compared to third-party audits, may lean towards underreporting findings and underestimating risks. Third-party audits cost more. Is there a solution that can strike a compromise? How can we get reliable indicators of compliance and risk management for global regional and corporate EHS managers? The solution is EHS FleX.
And How EHS FleX Makes It Possible With Limited Resources
Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) managers labor to develop, implement, audit and manage their EHS programs. Despite their best efforts, many still find their programs fail to drive best-in-class performance. The lack of a strong and supportive EHS culture is a common culprit.