New Research Shows How a Holistic Approach to EHS and Sustainability Management Drives Profitable Growth
Even today, the Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) business function is sometimes viewed as more of a “necessary evil” that drains the bottom line than as a value-add to the business. But this view has undergone a transformation in recent years, especially in the asset intensive, higher risk industries like oil and gas, chemicals, mining, metals, and utilities.
How many times do you say “If I only knew then what I know now”? We see it all the time: companies wanting to throw out their EMIS software. It’s not performing, it’s not working, promises undelivered and requirements unmet. The software often takes the blame when in fact it’s the implementation process that doomed the deployment.
Demonstrating your employee volunteer program's impact internally and externally is critical to its success. While the industry as a whole is still looking for ways to get beyond traditional metrics, some companies are taking it upon themselves to identify outcomes that reflect their priorities.
Act Now to Be Compliant, Meet the Safety Data Sheet Conversion Deadline Webinar
Safety Data Sheets are already being produced by some manufacturers and many organizations are not aware and/or have not started acquiring the new SDS, which makes them at risk of being out of compliance if they do not have this readily available to their employees. Dont miss out on our "Act Now to Be Compliant, Meet the Safety Data Sheet Conversion Deadline" Webinar on November 12th @ 10 am PST.
How can a company simultaneously minimize energy costs, align sustainability goals, and reduce its carbon footprint? The first step is collecting complete, accurate, and timely energy data—then effectively managing it.
Join industry experts Francis Quinn, Erik Becker, and Alisdair McDougall for this 60-minute webinar. They'll discuss the importance of a sustainability factbook, data governance for energy management, and communicating performance to stakeholders.
Attend this educational webinar to improve your EHS know-how
In Steven Covey's book "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People", Habit #7 is "Sharpen the Saw". My interpretation of this habit is that everyone should take some time to step back from the day-to-day battles and do things that refresh and improve oneself. For example, taking time to learn, teach, exercise, socialize, relax, etc.