Dominate the new EHS landscape with this overview of the changing role of today’s EHS Manager and tactics to thrive.
Until recently, most EHS managers came of age during an era where the primary focus was on the necessary but vastly complex topic of compliance. While compliance is still an important area of EHS, companies have also begun to focus more intensively on other areas of EHS. These include reducing operational risk, driving operational excellence by improving environmental performance, reducing costs, streamlining business processes, and leveraging the results to tell the EHS story and engage stakeholders. While managing these vast and varied areas of EHS can be overwhelming, modern EHS Managers implement a number of tactics that can be keys to success in all areas.
This report is based on discussions with leading EHS managers, analysts and subject-matter experts. It covers the pain points EHS managers must overcome in each of the various EHS areas as well as tactics that lead to success.
What you will learn from this report:
- An overview of the evolution of the EHS Manager’s role
- A better understanding of key EHS pain points
- The tools and tactics to manage today’s EHS challenges
- The role of data management in a successful EHS program