EHS Management System

EH&S Manager

The Top 5 Environmental Management Skills Every EH&S Manager Needs to Be Successful

Environmental health and safety (EH&S) management has become increasingly important in companies – from preventing workplace injuries to ensuring a well-lit working environment. Unfortunately, many times the “E” for “environmental” is seen as less important in the modern workplace, or … Read More

EH&S Management software

Is it time to get EH&S Management software? 3 Tell-tale signs

Renewed interest in addressing business-related environmental, health, and safety (EH&S) concerns has brought on a deluge of government regulations and fines. Despite the increasing complexity that has come with these updated and new regulatory standards, some organizations are still unconvinced … Read More

EH&S Software

EH&S Software for Managing Environmental Compliance

What is environmental compliance? Environmental compliance is when organizations take action to conform to any environmental regulations, laws, or standards. Most industries and facilities are required to adhere to various environmental rules and regulations dictated by government agencies, including the … Read More

Safety Management

Is Safety Management Too Expensive?

Many well-intended companies are drowning in a sea of rules, cardinal rules, complicated procedures, and high dollar “quick fixes.” The result is often a prohibitively expensive and overly complex workplace, where getting anything done “by the book” (including safety management) … Read More

Psychological Safety

Psychological Safety May be the Key to a Better Workplace

Traditionally, much of the focus of EHS has been on physical wellbeing and health. These days, studies are showing psychological safety can have a significant impact on the culture in a work environment. When employees show up to work there … Read More

Measuring and Improving Observations

Measuring and Improving Observations

Employee involvement is a key component of many safety management systems. However, companies often struggle to find meaningful ways to get every employee engaged. Employee involvement tends to end up constrained to small, fringe groups comprising only a fraction of … Read More