An environment, health, and safety (EHS) professional is the defender of well-being within an organization, working magic to quell noncompliance, dispel hazards, and create a culture of safety. But despite the best spells, sometimes the dark force of risk hangs heavily overhead.
Join Antea Group for a Harry Potter EHS course as we explore the lessons we can learn from 7 professors of the “Defense of the EHS Arts”.
A well-executed acquisition can bring revenue growth, added geographic coverage, a complimentary value offering to customers or even entry to a more favorable space in a competitive market. But sometimes a company can also acquire environmental liabilities.
Antea Group newest blog is a spotlight of Toni Cooper, HR Recruitment Manager at the firm.
Toni talks about a challenging part of her work as well as what she enjoys most about it. She highlights communication as a key component of recruitment success and shares some personal aspects of her life. Read the full spotlight here.
“There’s no doubt among tech company EHS leaders that compliance is an absolute must for running a healthy business,” says Peylina Chu, Antea Group Vice President and Technology Segment leader. But why is EHS compliance so important for companies?
Antea Group's blog discusses how adding business value, mitigating risk, and protecting brand reputation are among some of the powerful considerations that drive EHS compliance in a tech company.
In a global company, EHS managers often find themselves challenged by the local EHS regulations they need to apply to their worldwide facilities. There could be language challenges, an overabundance of laws to sift through, and lack of local knowledge.
ISO has developed a new standard, ISO 45001, Occupational health and safety management systems - Requirements, to help organizations reduce the burden of occupational injury and disease and make workplaces safer.
Antea Group’s blog provides a background to this standard, its difference from OSHAS 18001, its implications for your business, and how being proactive in risk management is imperative to keeping your workers safe.
Diminishing water resources is a rising global challenge—a challenge that food and beverage companies are uniquely positioned to tackle in order to protect their business, communities and ecosystems around the world.
Antea Group spotlights Phil Gilchrist, its environmental remediation consultant based in California. Phil’s discipline and determination can be seen in the way he acquired his dream car and his success in achieving his health goals! Phil brings this enthusiasm to his work, concentrating especially on the regulatory aspect of environmental remediation.