Lack of employee engagement can lead to the failure of many work initiatives, not least among them, your EHS programs.
You can lift your employees out of their indifference. Get inspired by our blog, where we explore, with the help of the Bobs from the hilarious cult classic film Office Space, four lessons in employee EHS engagement.
Top Springtime EHS Hazards and Tips to Bring EHS Front-And-Center This Spring
The season of new beginnings is here. Revitalize EHS at your workplace after the long winter dormancy! Find some top springtime EHS tips —from daylight savings to slips, trips, falls, and more, at our fresh-as-spring new blog.
Everything You Need to Know to Build and Communicate Your Policy
Companies need to have a strong and effective EHS procedures and be ready to respond to questions that may come from internal and external parties. An EHS policy articulates a company’s commitment to EHS and lays out the guiding principles, expectations, and values around EHS.
Antea Group brings you the complete guide to craft the best EHS policy for your organization!
“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.
Global EHS Managers use self-inspections and/or third-party compliance audits to gauge the EHS risk exposure of their facilities. Self-assessments, compared to third-party audits, may lean towards underreporting findings and underestimating risks. Third-party audits cost more. Is there a solution that can strike a compromise? How can we get reliable indicators of compliance and risk management for global regional and corporate EHS managers? The solution is EHS FleX.
And How EHS FleX Makes It Possible With Limited Resources
Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) managers labor to develop, implement, audit and manage their EHS programs. Despite their best efforts, many still find their programs fail to drive best-in-class performance. The lack of a strong and supportive EHS culture is a common culprit.