Sustainability, Transparency and Operational Excellence – 360 Degree View of Your EHSQ Performance

Managing environmental impacts can be challenging for EHSQ professionals.

Regulatory compliance drives the need to track your environmental data. Public opinion is a vital part of sustainability and business continuity in today’s hyper-connected world, and no company wants to make headlines for a spill or release or for poisoning employees or the ecosystem. 

Compliance can seem daunting and having a software system alone is not enough. You must have the flexibility to collect and manage the data and information that matters most to your organization. Only then will you have transparency into your company’s environmental and sustainability performance. 

In this webinar, speakers Rob Polito and Jason Beebe will walk you through what you could get out of an environmental management information system (EMIS). They will explain why planning for the future is paramount to ensuring your success.  

Sustainability, Transparency and Operational Excellence – 360 Degree View of Your EHSQ Performance provides a deep dive into the tools available to help you achieve the following: 

  • Simplify data collection 
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How to Communicate & Promote Your Sustainability Report for Maximum Value

Congratulations! After months of slogging through all the data, aggregating and analyzing materials from across your organization and coaxing it into a format you feel is both compelling and informative, you’ve finally done it. You’ve published your sustainability report!

The question you should now be asking yourself is, “What next?”

That’s because your work isn’t over once you publish your report. Far from it. This next stage will determine whether your sustainability report is deemed a worthwhile exercise or falls flat. Sustainability reporting is like any other business activity in that if you want people to value your effort and continue to support this type of endeavor, you need to be able to demonstrate ROI. What’s the return on the time and resources you’ve invested in the process of gathering and reporting on all of this data?

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Hazards female construction workers face, Mobile health apps regulation bill, How to overcome sustainability challenges, and more on EHS This Week.

On this week’s edition of EHS This Week we’ve got the week’s top stories in environment, health and safety news:

  • Hazards female construction workers face
  • Mobile health apps regulation bill
  • How to overcome sustainability challenges, and more.

Remember to write us with your suggestions, questions and comments. Also, if you are an industry expert and ever want to take part in the program, we’d love to have you.

Until next week, enjoy the program!

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