ROSI may come as a new acronym to some. It stands for 'Return on Safety Investment' and while many may be more familiar with return on investment, or ROI, it can be helpful to pay specific attention to the value created and money saved due to investments in safety. Creating and maintaining a safe workplace greatly contributes to a company’s operational success. Because business and safety work together, they are and should be focused on the same goals. A few ways this can be achieved is through focusing on the ROSI of EHS software.
EHS 4.0: What You Need to Know About the Digital Transformation
Environmental, health and safety (EHS) management has always had three main goals: to keep people safe, minimize negative impact on the environment and keep operations running productively and without incident. This means adhering strictly to compliance regulations and looking for new ways to increase profitability while decreasing incident rates. Why Traditional EHS Management Isn’t Enough The goals of EHS management have stayed the same, but the means of achieving them have changed as technology...
Enhesa Co-Hosts Japan Global EHS Seminar
On 26th October 2017, the second annual Japan Global EHS Seminar was held at the Hilton Osaka. The seminar was co-organized by Enhesa and SGS Japan. In attendance were 40 senior EHS, Audit, and Product Stewardship professionals representing around 30 Japanese companies that operate globally across all industry types including, but not limited to: automotive, manufacturing; electronics; chemicals; medical equipment and pharmaceutical. The day’s program started with opening remarks by Enhesa CEO, Peter...
Managing EHS Compliance Globally
Enhesa and Enablon examine the need for and best practice approach to, managing EHS compliance globally. In a joint publication available for free download, Enhesa and Enablon have joined forces to highlight why global companies need to take a global approach to ensuring they comply with EHS laws wherever they operate. Entitled “Implementing a Global Approach to Managing EHS Regulatory Compliance” the White Paper examines The global challenge of complying with EHS laws The Consequences of Not...
EHS Compliance audit planning: tips for success
Drawing on her extensive experience in auditing sites across many different industries and jurisdictions our Expert Services Manager, Sarah Toussaint, provides her key tips for making EHS compliance audits a success. Question: What makes a successful compliance audit? Answer: Meticulous planning. The success of an EHS compliance audit is dependent on ensuring it is properly planned to have minimal disruption to production whilst ensuring the audit team can achieve the audit objectives. A poorly planned audit...
The State of the Market for EH&S Software
From the 1970s onwards, a number of hard-hitting EH&S regulations were introduced. As a result, the market for EH&S software grew, with IT departments in enterprises of all sizes being increasingly tasked with implementing software designed to deal with risk assessment and incident planning. Fast-forward to the early 2000s, and the dawn of cloud computing was something that EH&S software developers bought into very early on, recognizing the benefit in providing systems that were both easy to scale...