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Executive Brief - September 7, 2017 - 9 Takeaways From the National Climate Report
NAEM Executive Brief September 7, 2017

"A surplus of effort could overcome a deficit of confidence." - Sonia Sotomayor (b. 1954), Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States

Preventing Serious Injuries And Fatalities
Employers, of all sizes and in all industries, may benefit from the proactive thinking of programs that focus on the prevention of serious injuries and fatalities. Leaders also must be cognizant that such programs need to be revisited on a monthly or quarterly basis and fine-tuned depending on new hazards that emerge. Read more
Safety and Health Magazine

5 Ways Companies Can Weave Sustainability Into Their DNA
Back in 2005, wind power, solar energy and electric vehicles were subscale technologies when GE launched Ecomagination, which strives to improve business and environmental performance, all while generating revenue. Today, these technologies have gone from expensive pilots to mainstream services, and they're accelerating fast. Read more
General Electric

Gensuite is Determined To Help Women Succeed
In an industry where women are underrepresented, Gensuite strives to nurture a work environment that empowers, advances and connects women in the software industry. At Gensuite, your voice is heard, regardless of gender, race, or religious preference; where your identity is not only accepted, but celebrated. At the end of the day, Gensuite is a place where men and women work together to help our customers get the job done: to enable workers to return home safely everyday and to protect the precious environment we live in. Gensuite's women initiatives reflect this commitment to help women in tech succeed. Read more
This article is a benefit of Gensuite LLC's sponsorship of NAEM's 2017 Women's Leadership Conference.

A Sea of Health and Environmental Hazards in Houston's Floodwaters
Harris County, home to Houston, hosts more than two dozen current and former toxic waste sites designated under the federal Superfund program. The sites contain what the Environmental Protection Agency calls legacy contamination: lead, arsenic, polychlorinated biphenyls, benzene and other toxic and carcinogenic compounds from industrial activities many years ago. The EPA is posting updates on the status of water systems in the affected areas. Read more...
The New York Times

The Better You Know Yourself, the More Resilient You'll Be
Management theorists have put forward a definition resilience as the ability to adapt to complex change. But in today's world, that means the demand for resilience is almost constant. Read more...
Harvard Business Review

First Harvey, Now Irma. Is Your Business Ready to Handle a Hurricane (or Other Natural Disaster)?
Hurricanes don't strike every part of the country. But no corner of the United States is completely safe from natural disaster, including earthquakes, tornados, volcanic activity, or the kinds of wildfires currently burning in the West. Answer these 6 questions to find out how prepared you are. Read more...
Inc.

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The Center for Retail Compliance Announces Plans to Join NAEM at the 2017 EHS&S Management Forum

April 20, 2017

Today the National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM) announced they are partnering with the Center for Retail Compliance (CRC) to encourage knowledge-sharing about best practices in environmental compliance.

Companies are Purchasing Sophisticated Software Tools to Improve EHS&S Transparency

March 7, 2017

NAEM's 2017 EHS&S Software Buyers Guide report reveals that 'Working to provide Greater External Transparency' is among the top reasons why companies are shopping for commercial software to track environment, health and safety and sustainability performance. The expectation for external transparency about environment, health and safety, and sustainability (EHS&S) performance is driving more companies to the commercial software market, according to a research report released today by the National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM).

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