As the importance of environment, social and corporate governance (ESG) becomes a growing concern for companies, the mission of EHS has taken on new relevance and value. So, what does this mean for an organisation’s EHS teams? Given that a significant amount of ESG data will come directly from the EHS department, it is crucial that the correct systems and procedures are in place to feed the company with insights. The newfound spotlight on the role is resulting in material change to tactical job requirements, executive visibility, and organisational influence.
- Is your organisation ready to navigate and embrace the change?
- Upgrading EHS data quality to prepare for financial ESG scrutiny
- Future-proofing EHS with new digital solutions and breakthrough technologies