Thanks to COVID-19 everyone in the company knows your name now. The pesky pandemic has catapulted the EHS function to the forefront of business operations – which is great (and might we say long overdue)! But, with this new visibility, comes opportunity. Here are some ways that EHS managers can help ensure they keep their seat at the proverbial table in a post-pandemic world.
Two decades ago, a tiny snowball started rolling. The sprawl of the American manufacturing industry was beginning to be lured to foreign shores in what would become one of the greatest waves of offshoring in modern history.
Now, supply chain dynamics are transforming again as global disruption sets in. What does this mean for EHS managers and their strategic planning as we move forward?
Fleet vehicles are powerful tools used to transport goods, skilled workers, and other assets to and from final destinations. Owning and operating a fleet likely means that third-party vendors are involved to ensure the fleet is refueled, washed, maintained, and serviced to operate safely and efficiently.
eLearning. Online training. Webinars. Distance learning. Web-based training. Microlearning. With new advances in technology, trainers today have a myriad of choices on how to deliver training. Those of us in the EHS profession know that many regulations applicable to our industries require some level of compliance training, but with all of these new delivery methods, how do we ensure that our employees not only meet the minimum regulatory requirements but also learn something applicable to their role?
Take a look at the measures Gildan has implemented to keep their workers safe during COVID-19
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On a regular day, Gildan manufactures some of the world’s most well-known blank apparel. But these are not ordinary days. As the COVID-19 pandemic continued to spread, the growing shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) was an issue Gildan could not ignore. That’s why they decided to convert some of their factories to manufacture masks and gowns.
EHS leaders wouldn’t pin their career aspirations on a science teacher turned meth kingpin, but there are lessons to be drawn from Walter White that don’t involve a full descent into maniacal villainy.
Our blog elicits four EHS leadership lessons courtesy of the“Breaking Bad’ protagonist to entertain and inspire you.
As many organizations are approaching the time of year for budgeting (both closing out the current fiscal year and planning for the next), it’s a great time to take a step back and ensure you get the most bang for your buck.
Antea Group’s experts have put together some considerations to keep in mind as you try to make dollars and cents of your EHS program. Learn how to make the most of your EHS budget.