Historically, manufacturing companies have stuck to ‘known’ or comfortable ways of thinking about and tracking their data for corporate and regulatory reporting. They relied on tools such as Excel, or even paper records, to keep track of what was needed for regulatory reporting purposes or corporate environmental health and safety (EHS) objectives, with no forward-thinking vision for how data could be collected and utilized differently to help achieve greater corporate goals.
The EHS team in the following Whitepaper was no exception—Initially they were tied to the company’s Facilities Department because they ‘used the most chemicals’ on-site and ‘dealt with the waste’. The team’s activities were wholly reactionary in their responses to EHS issues and requirements, always working to stay just ahead of the next reporting deadline and deal with problem points as they arose.
Our Whitepaper, A Proven Path for Effective EHS Performance Management – It’s all in the Metrics, shows how with clear objectives, the right tools for metric tracking, and strong support from corporate, a company, in a relatively short timeframe, can create a high-performing EHS team that is poised to influence corporate culture long into the future.
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