A useful learning and networking opportunity for anyone interested in EHS: the How to incorporate sustainability in EHS management free webinar on September 8.
Until recently sustainability was a concept that was not aligned with safety, health, and environment, now at the beginning of the 21st century and with climate change affecting our planet, it is time to stop considering them as independent concepts, and to have the capacity to integrate them.
Their points of union are not only the environment, which is seen as the most obvious, but also their social branch, which incorporates the perspective of society, and therefore the workers that form part of it.
For those companies that are thinking about incorporating sustainability into their corporate strategy, or for those that are already doing so, we must not forget that every change in our production process brings with it changes in our working procedures, so the EHS professional is the facilitator, taking responsibility for creating a roadmap for the new objectives and, at the same time, ensuring that the company’s rigorous health, safety and environmental standards are maintained and applied throughout the transitions. In other words, the EHS department provides the planning, measurement and oversight needed when implementing sustainability efforts within a new strategic framework.
Hosted by Rudolf Géczi, we are delighted to welcome three ENSHPO members to share their insights in how to incorporate sustainability in EHS management:
In this webinar you will learn:
- The meaning of sustainability for EHS professionals
- How to address sustainability in the EHS department
- Factors to consider when introducing new sustainability parameters into corporate strategy
- Challenges and opportunities of sustainability for EHS professionals
- Best practice on EHS sustainability Strategies
- Louise Hosking (IOSH), “Catch the Wave: how safety and health at work delivers resilience through social sustainability”
- Alfredo Tommasone (AIAS), “Integration of EHS in Sustainability Governance of Companies and their Supply Chain”
- Mr. Ulderigo Zona, SHEQ Executive Officer – Hitachi Rail, “A case study: Sustainability in Hitachi Rail”
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