June 19, 2019 /3BL Media/ Those who succeed to the ranks of leadership within the environmental, health, safety and sustainability (EHS&S) profession bring more than just technical expertise to the role, according to a new report published this week by the National Association for EHS&S Management (NAEM).
Antea Group spotlights Angie Stagg, one of its key account leaders based in Minnesota. Angie loves to consult internationally and has a very impressive portfolio, from working with local women in Kenya to meeting with representatives of global companies.
Read what Angie has to say about being successful, working at Antea Group, and more.
In a global company, an EHS manager faces challenges in trying to comply with EHS regulations that are local to each facility location— lack of input from local experts, different languages laws are presented in, no first-hand experience of the location, or no understanding of cultural nuances.
As of April 2019, the New Holland Agriculture plant in Curitiba, Brazil achieved the milestone of five million hours without an absence-causing incident.
May 20, 2019 /3BL Media/ — CNH Industrial (NYSE: CNHI /MI: CNHI) achieved a year-on-year reduction of 55% in the total number of incidents causing an absence of one or more days in 2018, at its production facilities in Brazil. These results are testament to the effectiveness of the methodologies the Company adopts in terms of workplace safety.
Latest NAEM report outlines key strategies to improve talent management, employee retention and succession planning
Diversity and inclusion strategies are the best way to build high-performance teams, improve employee retention and prepare the EHS&S function for a wave of leadership succession, according to a new report published today by NAEM.
NAEM is the National Association for Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability (EHS&S) Management.
At a time when succession planning is a critical program for leadership at all companies, Executive Director Carol Singer Neuvelt said the report offers fresh thinking to inform EHS&S staffing strategies.
Providing Context for Determining If Sensitive Resources Are Present and What Comes Next
A Facility Response Plan (FRP) is required if a facility stores over 1 million gallons of oil (petroleum and vegetable). However, there are exceptions for facilities where it can be demonstrated that a catastrophic release would not impact a sensitive resource as defined by 40 CFR 112.
Read our blog about how you can use modeling to determine an impact and thereby develop a more cost-effective response, no matter what type of plan your facility implements.
Antea Group is a founding member of the Inogen Environmental Alliance—a global network of EHS&S consultancies that work together to provide environmental, health and safety solutions to multinational clients around the world.
Based upon decades of supporting risk assessments for clients, Antea Group has discovered two fundamental insights— 1) risk assessment can mean very different things to different people; and 2)— read Antea Group’s blog to discover this, find out how to quantify your risk, and translate that into dollars and cents!