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You won’t be surprised to hear that much of your company’s environmental impact is outside your control. On the face of it, that’s probably good news. However, many of the potential associated cost saving opportunities are also hidden somewhere in your supply chain. Tim Dow1in, AEA Technolology, on information shared.
EHS managers are increasingly being required to look outside their own companies and to the environmental risks and cost-saving opportunities within their supply chain.
At the heart of any such industry partnership should he knowledgc — to support objective setting, performance tracking and contractual rewards. Companies should spend time planning what information is needed to derive the knowledge and how it will be shared with their supply chain partners.
Unfortunately, it’s unlikely that EHS managers will be able to secure more time for supply chain management — so they should consider using software to manage the information more effectively.
EHS managers are now facing growing pressure to reduce the enviromnental impact within their supply chain and to reap some of the cost benefits for their organisation.

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