Air emission monitoring and reporting is critical for the planet, quality of life and a sustainable business. Air Emissions Management Systems help organizations world-wide positively impact the planet, improve air quality, and ensure regulatory compliance.
We’ve been hearing from EHS software users that why aren’t happy with their current system. In this white paper, we’ve compared the capabilities that matter the most to EHS software users. See for yourself how Gensuite ranks against other suppliers!
Over the last couple of decades, we’ve seen sustainability become an ever-increasing need for both companies and their stakeholders. Now more than ever, at the height of the age of information, company practices are being made available to the public eye.
The chief goal of an occupational health and safety program in a facility is to manage and prevent occupational injury and illness. Industrial hygienists are veritable occupational health & safety superheroes, standing alert to anticipate, recognize and prevent risks while controlling environmental factors arising in or from the workplace.
How do you measure safety in your workplace to enhance performance and reduce employee downtime? There are several tested methods that Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) leaders use to reduce employee incidents and illnesses.
Laws and regulations determine how they conduct their business, how they manage their staff, and how they treat their customers. Compliance, needless to say, is essential in ensuring the safety, security, and sustainability of a company.
In this Conflict Minerals white paper you will discover how to extend business capability easily with Gensuite’s robust and fully integrated Responsible Sourcing and Product Compliance/Stewardship platform
This joint publication from Enhesa and Gensuite examines best-practices for meeting the needs of “Legal Registers” within EHS Management System Standards (new ISO 45001 and recently updated ISO 14001).
The international ISO 45001 Standard has been developed to minimize potential injuries and illnesses in workplaces globally. This new standard will eventually replace the OHSAS 18001 standard, with the transition occurring over the next few years.