Companies that aspire to be better environmental administrators invest in strong environmental, health and safety management, also known as EHSM. From an environmental standpoint, this involves creating a systematic approach to managing waste, complying with environmental regulations, or reducing the company’s carbon footprint. Successful EHS programs also include measures to address ergonomics, air quality, and other aspects of workplace safety that could affect the health and comfort of employees.
Regardless of the volume of requirements from local, national, and international regulators (e.g., OSHA, EPA, GRI, Health Canada, HSE, ISO programs, etc.), an environmental, health and safety management solution must contain 7 critical resources.
Read this eBook to find out which are these resources and how they can help on the overall organization’s EHS performance.
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