Do you have multiple sites – either around the world, around the country, or around the block? Do you find your EHS budgets and resources are declining but your EHS risks are the same or even increasing? Has your company made any recent acquisitions? Do you need help understanding the status of this newly acquired EHS culture? Do you need help building an environmental inventory to demonstrate the EHS management burden across your expanding portfolio? Then you definitely need this webinar!
Based on internal capabilities and the reality of EHS budgets, companies need to decide whether external consultants can play a beneficial role in executing their audit programs. By considering your corporate culture and time, money, and resource availability, you can determine which approach to environmental auditing might work best for your needs. To help, Antea Group has developed a matrix of audit team concepts for use in determining the best approach for your organization.
SCS, a trusted leader in third-party environmental, sustainability and food quality certification, auditing, testing and standards development, has launched its first corporate blog. The blog will serve as a content hub for individuals, corporations and organizations with an interest in sustainability in relation to Forestry, Climate, Food and Agriculture, Environmental Certifications, Auditing and more.
KPMG’s recent report Unlocking the value of social investment states that companies around the world have no trouble reporting on community investment inputs and outputs, but reporting on impact remains elusive. Many challenges to impact reporting are listed, ones that we have all encountered in our community investment work. So how do we carry the conversation forward? By starting with the end in mind.
A recent blog post on Corporate Citizenship, Benchmakring Blunders,is a great reminder on the importance and benefits of using audited data when comparing community investment, employee giving and employee volunteering programs. Auditing is a fundamental part of the LBG Canada process. At SiMPACT, we believe the annual audit underpins the entire benchmarking process because:
In response to requests for a single source "news alert" on key events in supply chain and regulated materials compliance, earlier this month Source Intelligence introduced "From The Source," a direct mail and web-based newsletter written to keep you informed at a glance. This morning they released the second issue.
2014 promises to be an exciting year as the theme of "transparency" and the impact of technology continue to transform the delivery chain of products, impacting every player up and down stream.