EHS for Automotive Electronics Articles

  • Beware the pitfalls of a global corporate standard

    We should respect the local EHS laws of non-Western countries – no matter how ridiculous they might seem. ...

  • The Importance of Language in EHS

    It comes as no surprise that one of the key challenges that our frequent surveys of corporate EHS directors highlights is “language”. Language and communication (signs, signals, warnings, labels) are of course one of the most critical aspects of any EHS program. Without clear information, instructions and reminders to employees and visitors, risks are increased or even ignored. ...

  • Enhesa’s Global EHS Regulatory Forecast 2017

    Recap of an Enduringly Popular and Truly Global Event. ...

  • How 5 Global Companies Overcame Challenging EHS Obstacles

    From unique regulations to cultural nuances to lack of local expertise, companies often face a number of environmental, health and safety (EHS) challenges when operating or expanding their businesses into other countries. But the good news is that while these challenges can be difficult to navigate, this challenge can be overcome. Discover how five global companies overcame difficult EHS ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • How the New Fair Labor Standards Act Regulations Can Impact EHS at Your Food & Beverage Company

    Nearly 80 years ago, the United States enacted the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to introduce the 40-hour work week, establish a minimum wage, guarantee overtime for specific jobs, and end oppressive child labor. Over the years various amendments--such as the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and the Age Discrimination Employment Act of 1967--have been added to further improve the life and work environment ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • EH&S Certification: You`re Worth It!

    I get it. We all do. You feel run down with the stresses of everyday life. You don't have time for one more thing that's going to take up hours in your day. But when was the last time you did something just for YOU? Have you made yourself a priority lately? That's hard, isn't it? We find it easier to give to other people than we do to ourselves. Here's a gift to yourself you should really ...


  • Top EHS Consulting Considerations for the Automotive Segment

    Knowing when and how to use EHS consulting to supplement an EHS Team can be challenging, particularly in the automotive industry. Increased globalization, shrinking budgets, and a dynamic regulatory climate mean consistent challenges for manufacturers and suppliers alike. These challenges, however, also create opportunities. Here are some EHS consulting considerations for automotive ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • EHS Auditing Support for a Global Pharmaceutical Organization

    Challenge A global pharmaceutical organization sought to improve its best‐in‐class EHS and social responsibility performance across its global organization. Following establishment and communication of baseline performance expectations to its sites, it was necessary to evaluate a diverse array of locations in multiple geographies to determine the degree of conformance and ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • Does Your Corporate Injury Reporting Add Value?

    One of the oldest metrics used in the EHS field is corporate injury and accident reporting.  It is one of the few times when EHS data will often contribute directly to Corporate Annual Reports.  But is your reporting system state of the art or a relic from the past?  Whatever the number may be, you are either adding value or showing corporate weakness.  As part of the ...

  • Thrive on Sharing knowledge with your EHS Peers – a place for corporate minds is here

    Exactly one year ago, nearly 500 corporate EHS professionals tuned into Enhesa’s webinar “Going Beyond Corporate Standards to Ensure Compliance.” Its popularity was not unexpected but few on our team could have predicted the response received. Over the last 30 years, there has been a marked evolution in the way multinational organizations compile and implement their corporate ...

  • Enhesa Article in EHS Today – Recent Developments in EHS in Saudi Arabia

    In 2012, Saudia Arabia acknowledged the need for a comprehensive framework for measuring and monitoring environmental challenges. As a result, the country has adopted a comprehensive list of standards and guidance, regulating an array of environmental challenges ranging from air pollution to wastewater management to transportation of chemicals. The regulations include measures to ensure an ...

  • Corporate standards: good enough in today’s world?

    Have you ever questioned whether or not your corporate standards were comprehensive enough to ensure compliance globally? Do you feel confident that your facilities all over the world have all of the right tools to be compliant locally? In May 2012, hundreds of EHS Managers from some of the world’s largest multinational organizations tuned in to Enhesa’s recent webinar, Going Beyond ...

  • Does your company have corporate EHS standards?

    Please take our brief survey…. In the upcoming weeks, Enhesa will hold its next webinar to explore the topic of corporate standards and ensuring EHS compliance. In preparation of the webinar, Enhesa has crafted a brief survey to identify major trends and concerns surrounding this issue that EHS ...

  • EHS enforcement corner

    As EHS regulatory activity continues to grow, enforcement activity continues around the world. This month, Enhesa would like to first showcase the US OSHA’s top ten most frequently cited violations of the 2011 fiscal year. This report is a useful guidance to EHS Managers around the globe for reviewing hazard areas and preventing accidents or injuries as we turn into the new year. As seen ...

  • EHS today 2009 national safety survey results are in

    EHS Today Magazine’s 2009 National Safety Survey was recently conducted with nearly 1000 industry professionals taking part and providing some qualified insight on the topics of EHS programs, work environments, targeted injuries/illnesses, management support, job duties, OSHA performance and more. The results of the survey are discussed in a recent article entitled “National Safety Survey: Can We ...


    By Intelex Technologies Inc.

  • EHS governance: Responding to crisis at Ashland

    When Ashland 'got religion' in 1988, it provoked serious and valuable reform to rebuild public confidence that improved performance and instilled a culture of environmental responsibility in the organization. THE BEGINNING January 2, 1988, is the day that some people say that Ashland 'got religion.' I will never forget the news flash on CNN that an oil spill had occurred on the Monongahela River ...


    By AHC Group

  • 7 Key Steps for Improving your EHS Information Management Business Case

    In today’s dynamic business environment, corporate governance, and the need for greater confidence in internal control processes, is leading to a situation where corporate Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) teams are facing a paradox; they are being asked to achieve ever-increasing compliance standards and improved performance reporting, with greater information demands, against a backdrop of ...


    By BSI

  • RC-14001: Unified Solution to EH&S Challenges

    How can a business involved in chemicals or petroleum effectively protect its environment, community, workers, and customers? Until recently, a unified strategy for environmental, health, and safety (EH&S) issues was difficult to find or create. Businesses were generally forced to stitch together separate programs for environmental protection, safety, and outreach to neighbors and customers. ...


    By AECOM

  • EHS, By the Numbers

    FOR DECADES, COMPANIES HAVE benchmarked their staffing levels against industry norms. Ratios such as employees per production volume represent the most basic measures of productivity and profits. There are specific EHS activities where ...


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