health and safety

Implications of Mergers and Acquisitions on EHS Management Systems


Growth and expansion through acquisition can be exciting and profitable, but maintaining focus on a strong and effective environmental, health, and safety (EHS) management system during the merging of the two or more companies can be challenging. While emphasis is much more likely to be placed on increasing the provision of goods and services during integration, ensuring a stable and structured EHS management system is in place is also crucial to reducing both risk and costs.

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2021 EHS and Sustainability Industry Global Insights


Virtual meetings have become the norm for our bi-annual Associate meetings.  We would normally travel to different locations around the world twice a year to meet in person. This new way of working has not slowed our partnerships or collaboration globally. We have seen more progress, more multinational projects and clients, and more knowledge sharing and partnership during these times. around our services of environmental, health and safety, and sustainability.

Antea Group USA Partners With Deluxe for the Small Business Revolution TV Series

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SR. PAUL, Minn., November 2, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Antea Group USA partnered with Deluxe during production of Season 6 of the Small Business Revolution, premiering November 9th on Hulu and YouTube.

Conducting a Successful Materiality Assessment: A 7-Step Process

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Materiality is a hot topic in the corporate sustainability world, with CSR teams working hard to meaningfully convey the opportunities and successes of their initiatives to internal and external stakeholders. 

To bring insight and focus to their work, many are utilizing materiality assessments. 

What is a Materiality Assessment? 

What Is Construction Safety?


Safety is a key priority when engaging in any kind of construction project, especially those with many high-risk activities, like working at heights or in confined spaces. Construction safety specialists are important resources on any construction project, and they can help you ensure that your project is completed with a minimal number of safety incidents.

The Top 5 Reasons to Use Business Intelligence for Your EHS&S Data

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While many companies are using business intelligence tools to track financials and production trends, the same level of automation and visualization is often not carried throughout Environmental, Health, Safety, and Sustainability (EHS&S) data reporting.

The Hybrid Workplace Evolution: Ergonomics and Wellness Considerations


While many employers and employees felt that working from home would be a temporary situation, more and more people are now accepting that working from home is here to stay and that the old workplace model is evolving. Employers are shifting to hybrid workplaces, allowing employees flexibility on where and when they work. While developing these new workplace structures, there are many important things to keep in mind, including ergonomics and employee wellness.

An Emerging and Growing Workplace Issue: Psychosocial Risks


People are the heart of any organization, and ensuring their psychological well-being is a critical part of managing the overall occupational health of the organization’s human capital. Psychosocial workplace issues, broadly referred to as “stress” have been present in the workplace for as long as there have been workers. However, the past 18 months and the COVID-19 pandemic have exacerbated some of the usual issues.

Janet is Working on Health and Safety at Chevron

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Meet Janet. At Chevron, she’s focusing on human performance factors to help influence the health and safety of our global workforce. Actions like these have resulted in meaningful progress.

Plan-Do-Check-Act: How to Build and Maintain an Effective EHS Management System


EHS management systems vary by organization, but all serve the same end-goal: to support a safe and healthy workplace AND reduce risk to the environment. Many effective EHS management systems implement the Plan-Do-Check-Act approach, which defines the actions the organization should take to plan, implement, review, and continually improve their management system. This approach focuses on continuous improvement and applies to all processes within an organization.


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