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!
What we learned from auditing nearly 100 facilities
From 2015 to 2018, Antea Group audited almost 100 low-risk European facilities (offices, retail stores, and other non-manufacturing facilities) and came up with over 1,100 findings with an average of 12 findings per facility. No low-risk workplaces, even managed office and co-working spaces, were without EHS gaps and issues.
When it comes to creating and managing successful environmental, health and safety (EHS) programs, every business faces unique requirements, challenges and opportunities. There is no one-size-fits-all approach, and many companies find they lack the resources or expertise to create programs that meet compliance and add business value.
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.
Environment, health and safety (EHS) managers and their teams take great pride in the work they do to mitigate and manage workplace and environmental hazards but even the best managers can find themselves faced with a problem that could have been prevented.
If you are an EHS manager, you may struggle with how best to evaluate and address compliance liabilities at your organization. If your organization is spread out over the country or over the world, that task is even more daunting. Antea Group offers a low-cost, systematic approach to discovering and prioritizing enterprise risks and validating financial investments.
Are you struggling to drive tangible EHS performance and business value? Do you feel that disparate point solutions, disconnected business processes, and a lack of timely information are undermining your EHS programs? Do you want to integrate EHS across the entire value chain and drive improvements in operations, risk and compliance management?