There is no replacement for safe lab practices and following the guidance of Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) professionals. So, is there a role for new technology and advancement in the EH&S profession? And can this technology assist in making labs more intelligent and provide better worker protection? Intelligent airflow management platforms employing demand control ventilation (DCV) technology provide the EH&S teams at research centers with the ability to gather data about air quality within laboratories and to proactively identify, and in many cases
September always feels more like the start of a new year than January to me. Like many parents who have kids returning to school, I suppose, it’s a time of renewed energy for the year to come. And for me, that also means a boost of excitement and new ideas for Environmental Leader and Energy Manager Today.
Many environment, health and safety (EHS) managers are an “army of one” when it comes to managing EHS compliance across their organizations’ global operations. EHS FleX, Antea Group’s low-cost, enterprise-level EHS gap analysis service offering, was born out of the need to help clients tackle these challenges head-on, the company says.
While more and more companies today are focusing on environmental programs, processes and products, many of them are not capturing – or reporting on – the financial value they’re gaining from strong environmental performance, according to research from Accenture, CDP and Hermes Investment Management. And that is a huge missed opportunity, Accenture says.
When it comes to EHS software, suppliers are increasingly moving to cloud-based program management software, according to a new report from Verdantix. “Workplace health and safety is shifting more and more to a digital enterprise approach, bringing data management and analysis to the forefront so businesses can use active data to predict … Read more »