EHS management Articles

  • Worldwide Provision of EHS Management Services

    Multi-site international provision of EHS Management Services to an industrial turbine manufacturer 1. BUSINESS CHALLENGE A multinational manufacturer of turbine engines for the aerospace industry is subject to a complex set of EHS requirements imposed by its parent company in the US.  Maintaining the EHS management system on an ongoing basis was beyond the capacity of the firm’s EHS ...


    By EEM Inc.

  • Case Studies in EHS Management

    Achieving real, tangible gains and substantial ROI through software is not only possible, it happens every day for small, medium and large companies with the right web-based EHS software solution. This whitepaper shows how five leading companies have leveraged Intelex software to improve their performance, streamline their processes and help build world class environment, health and safety ...


    By Intelex Technologies Inc.

  • Corporate Social Responsibility and the Future of Environmental, Health and Safety Management

    Untitled Document Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) management is a fundamental and inextricable component of corporate social responsibility (CSR). Therefore, as the issue of CSR climbs the ...


    By BSI

  • Clearing the Fog: Understanding the Differences between Configuration and Customization

    There is a common uncertainty in enterprise software implementations regarding the meaning and impacts ofcustomizing versus configuring a system to meet your needs. An objective definition of the two terms is presentedand the immediate and long‐term implications of each approach are explored. This subject is analyzed in the contextof an EHS Management Information System, but is broadly ...


    By VelocityEHS

  • Implementing an EHS management information system

    BUSINESSES OFTEN SEEK TO STREAMLINE their environment, health and safety (EHS) operations via information solutions, such as implementing or upgrading an EHS management information system, or EMIS. By addressing information technology (IT, or “technical”) issues along with EHS and business issues, organizations can reduce the risk of a failed software implementation. This article explores the IT ...


    By Lexicon Systems, LLC

  • EHS Stakeholder Engagement 101 - Peylina Chu guest blogs at Environmental Leader

    If you are an EHS manager for a lower risk environment, you are probably already practicing stakeholder engagement strategies but may not realize it. By recognizing that this can be an important factor in your success, you can incorporate intentional stakeholder engagement activities into your EHS programs and allocate the necessary time and resources. So what is stakeholder engagement? Who ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • Divergence to Convergence

    Untitled Document A Case Study on Implementing Enterprise-Wide EHS Information Management Systems To Drive Business Process Consistency At Mead ...


    By IHS Markit

  • Organizations in Transition: An updated annotated bibliography of published literature on environmental, health, and safety organizations (2004–Present)—Part 1: Intrinsic Organizational Properties

    Environmental, health, safety, and sustainability (EHS/S) professionals can find literally tens of thousands of articles and hundreds of books on the technical, regulatory, and management system dimensions of their profession. The problem, however, is that very little has been written on the practical aspects of managing EHS/S organizations and, especially, managing their own careers. The Center ...

  • 4 Ways Tech Wearables will Impact EHS Management

    If some self-proclaimed tech prophets are correct, in a couple of years you’d be reading an article like this on some form of wearable technology. These prognostications are a little strong, and while the hype over wearable tech may be vast, it would be folly to underestimate its potential. At LNS Research, we’ve seen many demonstrations on how ...


    By LNS Research

  • `Considerations for Selection and Implementation of an EMIS,` presented at the 2005 NCASI West Coast regional meeting

    Outline Backdrop Why? EMIS* “Promises” and Possibilities What? Common EMIS Elements How? (part 1) Choosing an EMIS How? (part 2) Implementing an EMIS *EMIS: Environmental Management Information System Backdrop The responsibilities of the EHS manager areexpanding (and ...


    By Trinity Consultants

  • Avoiding the costs of non-compliance

    Focused EHS management both saves money, enhances an operation’s chances of avoiding costly claims of liability and/or enforcemcnt scrutiny, and enables manufacturers afflrmatively to promote their commitment to sustainability and stewardship, thus increasing their prominence in the eyes of their employees and third parties. LIABILITY is COSTLYAsk anyone who has become embroiled in any form of ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Can Anyone Be an Environmental Manager?

    This column explores the current condition of the EHS profession - and raises a number of troubling questions that have yet to be openly addressed within our professional ranks.  The problem was summed up in a headline I saw recently saying, "The EHS profession has skidded down the food chain."  In the jargon of marketing, the environmental profession has no identifiable brand and ...

  • Case Study - Baker Hughes, Inc.

    Baker Hughes Inc. (BHI) is a global oilfield service company with operations in over 90 countries. They provide advanced products and services to help customers drill, evaluate, complete and produce oil and gas wells. BHI also provides reservoir engineering and other consulting services. In 2007, BHI retained the services of E2 to help develop an EHS management information system (EHS MIS) design ...


    By E2 ManageTech

  • ISO 14001: 2015 Where Do Things Stand?

    Environmental Management Systems (EMS) are increasingly used by organizations of all sizes to reduce environmental risk and improve performance. For many Enhesa clients EMS is part of an integrated or standalone system, which is a cornerstone for their EHS Management & Compliance programs. Enhesa helps many clients meet their management system obligations, which allows them to stay on top of ...

  • 5 Statistics That Should Guide Your EHS Strategy

    If you work in environment, health and safety (EHS) or risk management, your role in creating a safe, healthy and comfortable work environment goes beyond checking compliance boxes. You’re also motivated by the people your EHS programs are meant to protect. Employee engagement is a vital component of an EHS program’s success, and engagement starts with EHS managers. EHS managers need ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • EHS Strategy & Management Quarterly

    EHS ORGANIZATIONS IN A SEA OF CHANGE In many ways, EHS and other support staff organizations are like automobiles – they require fuel (people and skills), an engine (organizational structures), drive-trains and transmissions (systems, roles and responsibilities), and tires (service delivery techniques and expectations). When one or more parts of the system that helps the organization to ...


  • The Enhesa Flash hits your inbox today

    We have incredible content this month, thanks to our brilliant consultants and partners! Stay up-to-date on the most relevant EHS regulatory topics and trends this fall – print out the Flash, read it on your mobile, or flip through the pages on your desktop. Enjoy. Check out the topics: The journey to a risk elimination culture Deadline to train workers ...

  • Making Sense of an Analyst Quadrant

    Earlier this month, Verdantix published their 2016 Green Quadrant for EH&S Software. In the study, Intelex was recognized as a leader in this ...


    By Intelex Technologies Inc.

  • Seven Creative Ways to Convey the Value of Environment, Health and Safety to Tech Execs

    More than one environment, health, and safety (EHS) manager – when frustrated about their tech companies' wavering focus on EHS – has warned executives that they might go to jail for insufficient attention to regulations. This "stick" approach may be needed on occasion, but today the strategic and creative "carrot" approaches to garnering full-company commitment to safe and ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • Most Useful Mobile Apps for EHS Managers

    Managing compliance is a full-time job and to do it well, EHS managers need to have the right tools. We’ve put together a list of apps that we like (and use ourselves) to make EHS management a little easier. We've broken them down into three categories: EHS-Specific Apps, General Business Apps, and Travel Apps (for those EHS managers who are on the road a lot visiting mulitple sites.) EHS ...


    By Antea Group - USA

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