Juggling response planning, investigation, communication, and safety
When it comes to incident response, being prepared will help an organization take control and create a better outcome. Antea Group has advice to help you manage the tasks of response planning, investigation, communication with regulatory agencies, and ensuring the safety of any potentially affected workers or nearby communities.
Timely and Cost-Effective Solutions for Hazardous Material Releases
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Antea Group’s environmental incident management support speeds the transition from initial emergency response to interim response so that you can focus on returning your assets to full operation.
Over 14,000 chemical spills are reported in the United States each year. A timely and well-planned response to a spill is vital to limiting environmental and community impacts and reducing your risk and costs.
Antea Group teams have been responding to hazardous material releases since 1986, limiting disruption, mitigating risk, and returning affected assets to normal operation. Our solution to dealing with these incidents encompasses offering support in transitioning a situation from initial emergency response into a more proactive and data-driven long-term plan for resolution.
“At Antea Group we believe that all work related injuries and illnesses can be prevented,” says Gary Wisniewski, CEO. Over 3 decades, Antea Group has developed a strong health and safety program where employees are empowered to play an active role in creating a healthy and safe workplace.
Antea Group describes 7 ways through which health and safety can be deeply embedded into a company culture.
Aberdeen's ongoing researchinto safety and operational performance shows that leading manufacturing companies do combine a Safety Management System (SMS) with analytics to build an efficient safety culture. Bringing safety processes to the next level is all about getting to and analyzing the data being collected.
A recent Aberdeen study on the Environment, Health, and Safety (EH&S) side of manufacturing found that EH&S affects all levels of an organization, from plant manager to CEO. Getting buy-in from these various levels of the company is crucial, as that is where a safety culture comes in. However, this focus on safety should go beyond compliance and work to reduce manufacturing costs and increase productivity. Organizations looking to develop or improve the safety culture in their own company should:
The 2015 EHS and Sustainability Software Buyers Guide report was just released by NAEM. The report analyzes how companies are approaching EHS and Sustainability software in 2015: what companies’ data management needs are, how much they are spending on software systems, how they select their solutions, implementation challenges and more.
This infographic that gives a succinct (and beautiful) overview of the top insights from the report. Explore it and get to know this must-read report even better.
What EHS Managers Should Learn from Best-In-Class companies
Gaining visibility into and control over the multitude of internal and external risks is one of the top priorities of corporations today. With a recent jump in regulatory mandates and increasingly active shareholders, many organizations have become sensitive to identifying and eliminating areas of risk — including operational, IT, brand, and reputation areas — from their business.
For EHS Managers, reducing operational risks such as environmental & social risks, incidents and regulatory sanctions is a core component of any effective EHS strategy.