Employees—from company leaders to field techs—wield the power to make or break any EHS initiative you put forward. Thus, getting them interested and engaged is crucial.
Positioning EHS as a benefit, adding context around EHS practices—read about these steps you can take, and more, so that you can successfully market your EHS programs and make them desirable to your team.
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.
Healthy, safe, and engaged employees are productive employees. And productive employees drive businesses forward and bolster bottom lines. But as an EHS professional, how can you convince your executives of this and help them make the value connection?
Antea Group has four tips to help you communicate with your C-Suite and promote EHS at your organization.
Ongoing learning is essential for every EHS professional but in-person learning opportunities may take more time and money than you are willing to ordinarily spend. The solution to this is live and on-demand environment, health, and safety webinars.
How do you gauge whether a consulting firm is a match for your needs? What questions do you need to be asking? In the decades of working in EHS and sustainability consulting, Antea Group has been in the hot seat countless times as our clients have done their due diligence.
We share some of the thoughtful questions we’re often asked, and others we believe you can leverage to help make your decision.
Oculus, HoloLens, Cardboard –- science fiction seems to be slowly merging with real life when it comes to virtual reality. EHS is starting to embrace VR by using immersive videos and graphics to improve safety, discover flaws, and conduct training. Antea Group’s blog offers you an insight into the different features of this technology, possible benefits, and problems you should be aware of before jumping in.
FAIRFIELD, CT, June 30, 2014 /3BL Media/ - GE (NYSE: GE) today released its 2013 update reporting the progress of the company's ecomagination and healthymagination initiatives, as well as its measureable impact from broader sustainability efforts. In 2013, GE invested more than $2 billion in research and development for ecomagination and healthymagination innovations, and projects with ecomagination offerings generated $28 billion in revenue.