Fortune 100 Firms Manage EHS Issues with RiskRight EHS
Antea Group, a global environmental, health and safety consulting firm, has launched RiskRight EHS to manage EHS issues and brand reputation threats for low-risk facilities such as offices, call centers, retail outlets, warehouses and data centers.
Antea Group says it recognized the need for RiskRight EHS to address a rising concern for growing companies: the overwhelming task of managing EHS and other risks that can impact employees and/or customers across an expanding portfolio of physical assets of their global business.
Successful enterprises do not simply operate one type of facility in a single location. Instead, they are tasked with managing a diverse portfolio of facilities that span multiple borders and jurisdictions. RiskRight EHS gives companies the ability to manage compliance issues and create proactive programs for employee safety and productive workplaces that meet employee and customer expectations anywhere they operate, the company says.
RiskRight EHS was originally developed for a select group of Antea Group’s customers and is currently used by six globally branded technology companies, four of which are Fortune 100 companies, supporting more than 1,400 lower risk facilities, such as offices, call centers, sales centers, retail stores, and data centers located in more than 80 countries.
The RiskRight EHS product is custom-tailored to meet each company’s needs, from the strategic to the tactical, the company says. Examples include identifying EHS compliance requirements for offices around the world, evaluating workstation ergonomics, rapidly responding to an employee’s concern in their workplace about noise or odors, and managing EHS risks for a large employee event.
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