Increased focus to comply with regulations and the need to manage risk is causing companies to adopt new strategies to streamline Environmental Health and Safety programs Report provides actionable intelligence based on current best practices adopted by 132 executives.
Lessons Learned from Corporate Environmental, Sustainability and Energy Decision-Makers
Environmental Leader has released the inaugural edition of its Insider Knowledge Report, which provides lessons learned from corporate environmental, sustainability and energy decision-makers. 150 professionals contributed to the free report including executives from Ford, Bank of America, Nike, Alcoa, Yahoo, eBay, Staples, Hormel Foods. Blue Shield of California, Dell, Anheuser-Busch, L’Oréal, Hasbro and Xerox.
Sponsor: Pew Center on Global Climate Change
Compliance with EH&S regulations is essential to mitigating risk, avoiding fines, and preventing legal action. Many organizations today suffer from manual processes, costly legal consultations, excessive compliance violations, and even buy unnecessary maintenance equipment to store and dispose of toxic waste.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software is considered a mission-critical business system necessary to manage all the information and functions of a company, providing seamless integration of the information flowing through an organization. In essence, most companies would fail without a cohesive ERP system to understand the core elements of their business. But in today’s landscape of climate change, scarce resources and tighter environmental regulations worldwide, a company’s impact on the environment has become critical to core business operations and financial outcome.
Do you have visibility into your EHS compliance and sustainability program initiatives to effectively evaluate your strategies and report results? Advanced solutions and dashboards can provide you with the insight and intelligence required to collect and analyze data across your organization, across the world.
Sponsor: Dakota Software