VARs know that environment, health and safety (EHS) programs are centerpieces for any manufacturer that seeks to maintain compliance, mitigate environmental impacts, improve worker health and safety, and ultimately save lives. Best Practices on EHS management also reveal that EHS also plays an enormous role in achieving overall operational excellence (OE) and end-to-end sustainability.
Yet while EHS management approaches have seen a significant transformation over the past 15 years, it is obvious that we are on the cusp of another significant transformation. Between mobility, cloud, Big Data, wearable technology, and other emerging technological trends, the game — for your clients and for you — is changing.
LNS Research has been evaluating contemporary approaches to aligning people, processes and technologies to help business make informed decisions when it comes to improving EHS performance, thereby boosting profitability, improving operational risk management, and achieving operational excellence and overall sustainability.
The Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) Best Practices Guide establishes a framework for manufacturing organizations to align their people, processes and technology to meet operational goals around compliance, risk management, sustainability, and more. Topics covered in the guide include:
VARS can use the guide as a tool as they communicate with their clients regarding the future of their IT needs in light of the changing landscape.