ON-DEMAND WEBINAR
EHS to ESG: Making the Pivot


While some companies have excelled with a strong health and safety culture or an exemplary environmental compliance record, EHS has rarely poured into other facets of business and led fundamental organizational change. EHS has traditionally been about lowering risk and keeping regulators at bay. However, due to the demands of the financial community and other stakeholders, EHS is expanding its footprint into Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG). While ESG activities are still largely voluntary, they permeate all aspects of business.

 

Today, managers must focus not only on how to reduce incident rates or remain within permit thresholds, but also on how to drive toward net zero emissions or contribute to the circular economy through sustainable by design principles. These efforts require planning and buy-in from the entire organization to avoid getting outpaced by competitors that have a solid process. EHS managers need to shift their paradigm because the expectations of suppliers, employees, and shareholders have shifted. These stakeholders want to see that your business model is prepared to thrive in the more transparent, equitable, and low carbon economy that the world is quickly moving toward. During this session, VelocityEHS experts will discuss why this pivot is important and how to make it happen within your organization.

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ON-DEMAND WEBINAR
EHS to ESG: Making the Pivot


While some companies have excelled with a strong health and safety culture or an exemplary environmental compliance record, EHS has rarely poured into other facets of business and led fundamental organizational change. EHS has traditionally been about lowering risk and keeping regulators at bay. However, due to the demands of the financial community and other stakeholders, EHS is expanding its footprint into Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG). While ESG activities are still largely voluntary, they permeate all aspects of business.

 

Today, managers must focus not only on how to reduce incident rates or remain within permit thresholds, but also on how to drive toward net zero emissions or contribute to the circular economy through sustainable by design principles. These efforts require planning and buy-in from the entire organization to avoid getting outpaced by competitors that have a solid process. EHS managers need to shift their paradigm because the expectations of suppliers, employees, and shareholders have shifted. These stakeholders want to see that your business model is prepared to thrive in the more transparent, equitable, and low carbon economy that the world is quickly moving toward. During this session, VelocityEHS experts will discuss why this pivot is important and how to make it happen within your organization.

Complete the form to watch the session recording.