Every organization manages risk. To meet objectives, you need to anticipate potential obstacles, especially the effect of uncertainty on objectives. Risk management is inevitable

Compliance is also inevitable. EHS regulations are rising in importance because a failure to comply can threaten your license to operate. You need to comply with EHS regulations to continue operating, and you need to continue operating to meet objectives.

It’s not enough to simply enter EHS compliance risks in a risk register and determine controls. A more proactive approach is needed, one where your response to EHS compliance risks is also measured, i.e. are you doing the right things to make sure that EHS compliance risks are avoided, or promptly addressed when identified.

This White Paper explains:

  • The importance of managing EHS compliance risks.
  • How mitigating EHS compliance risks can provide a competitive edge.
  • The leading indicators that measure how proactively you manage EHS compliance risks.
  • What Enablon and Enhesa can do for you.