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EHS Management Toolkit Offers Tips, Tactics for EHS Success

cover image reducedIn the environment, health and safety realm, companies have increasingly begun to focus more intensively on all areas of EHS. These include reducing operational risk, driving operational excellence by improving environmental performance, reducing costs and streamlining the business process, and leveraging the results to engage stakeholders. A new report from Environmental Leader, sponsored by Enablon, offers tactics that lead to success in the areas of compliance, risk management, environmental performance, streamlined business processes, and cost management.

The report, The EHS Management Toolkit: The Changing Role of Today’s EHS Manager and Tactics to Thrive in the New EHS Landscape, offers readers an overview of the evolution of the EHS manager’s role, a better understanding of key EHS pain points, tools and tactics to overcome those challenges, and the role of data management in a successful EHS program.

According to the report, a number of tactics can help EHS professionals get started and begin seeing success. The report suggests that EHS professionals:

  • Develop a vision and communicate it
  • Drive a culture of EHS excellence
  • Understand what you need before choosing an environmental management information solution
  • Manage activities across all levels of the organization and all areas of EHS
  • Mine data to drive excellence

Each of these tactics is covered in detail in the report, along with tips to better understand an EHS manager’s role and ways to succeed in the world of EHS management. Download here.

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