Despite its fun-and-games persona, the media and entertainment industries are serious business. On the outside, their goal is obvious: to provide a welcoming escape from the typical day to their audience. On the inside, however, twists a complex network of behind-the-spotlight tasks and a full suite of helpers. In short, it’s a scene that simply can’t be executed without the strong backing of an optimized EHS program.
If you’ve been in the construction industry for more than a day, you already know that it’s one of the most demanding industries when it comes to safety.
Government agencies wrote the book on EHS compliance and regulations, but that’s not to say their own EHS execution is perfect. Government departments at the local, state, and federal levels alike can struggle when it comes to maintaining their own high EHS standards.
A lot of companies are starting to embrace the push for sustainability. Organizations often list “environmental stewardship” or something similar as a core value. This doesn’t appear to be a phase that we as a society are going through. Respect for the environment is quickly becoming a standard trait that is expected of all successful businesses - big and small.
When is the last time you re-evaluated your company’s EHS software needs? Whether you’re new to EHS software or have been using it for years, there’s no better time than the new year to investigate how a change to your current systems can help you create a safer workplace.
Are EHS and performance improvement top priorities for your organization? These factors shouldn’t be taken lightly, nor should you ever assume you’re doing all you can to make your company a safe place to work.
For power and utility companies, profit isn’t the only thing that hinges on successful EHS management. Everyone you serve, from residents to businesses, healthcare facilities and government offices, needs you to run a safe operation that won’t negatively impact their daily needs.
Business moves fast in the packaging industry, and your EHS program should stay a few steps ahead. From compliance and audits to employee safety and EHS documentation, it only takes one overlooked detail to bring your entire operations to a grinding halt.
An increasing number of companies are discovering massive benefits after establishing an EHS program to manage fleet transportation safety.
The hallmark of any worthy company is their commitment to its people, and that commitment is reflected in the company’s certifications. One or more certifications can differentiate a good company from a great one, which could be a determining factor on whether others want to do business with you. One certification that many companies would do well to invest in is ISO 14001.