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.
Environment, health and safety (EHS) managers and their teams take great pride in the work they do to mitigate and manage workplace and environmental hazards but even the best managers can find themselves faced with a problem that could have been prevented.
EHS programs are most successful when they’re embedded in company culture, where employees feel they have the knowledge and encouragement to play an active role in program initiatives. Building EHS into company culture can be challenging as many EHS managers work hard to manage programs across multiple facilities on tight budgets and with limited resources.
If you are an EHS manager, you may struggle with how best to evaluate and address compliance liabilities at your organization. If your organization is spread out over the country or over the world, that task is even more daunting. Antea Group offers a low-cost, systematic approach to discovering and prioritizing enterprise risks and validating financial investments.
To catalyze engagement and inspire action throughout an organization, environment, health and safety (EHS), and sustainability leaders must be able to effectively communicate the value of their programs from the shop floor to the C- Suite.
Free webinar on Feb.11 will feature highlights from NAEM's 2014 trends report
Please join NAEM on Feb. 11 at 1:00 p.m. (EST) for a FREE presentation of results from “Planning for a Sustainable Future”, an in-depth analysis of the ideas that will shape environment, health and safety (EHS) and sustainability management in the year to come.
This one-hour presentation will identify the organizational priorities for leadership companies this year as well as the thinking that will shape budgets over the coming 12-16 months.