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Learn from authors whose work and thought leadership has advanced the professional practice of EHS & Sustainability management
  • Golden Guidance for Female Leaders

    By: Colleen Slaughter
    June 18, 2024
    Meet Colleen Slaughter, a senior executive coach, top team facilitator, and leadership development advisor. Colleen travels the world using her expertise to help leaders develop the clarity, courage, and confidence they need to uncover and live their highest purpose.
  • Q&A with Karen Abramson, WOMENLEAD24 Keynote Speaker

    By: Karen Abramson
    June 14, 2024
    NAEM sat down with Karen Abramson, CEO of Corporate Performance and ESG at Wolters Kluwer, to discuss her career journey.
  • 50 Shades of Carbon and Compliance

    By: David Hoffman
    May 6, 2024
    It’s time to truly understand the collage of complexity emerging within the regulatory and sustainable spheres and harness this understanding to steer our enterprises toward a greener, more compliant future.
  • Expert Q&A: Creating Your EHS & ESG Digitization Strategy

    By: Sameer Vyas
    April 11, 2024
    Finding and selecting the right EHS and ESG software for your organization can be a daunting task, especially when making the wrong choice could lead to serious consequences.
  • AI Can Save Lives in the Workplace – Here’s How

    By: R Mukund
    March 24, 2024
    Despite concerns about AI’s meteoric rise from back-end development to everywhere, there’s a strong case to be made that AI can improve our lives – especially with workplace safety.
  • Expert Q&A: Key Takeaways from the SEC Climate Disclosure Bill

    By: Verena Radulovic Virginia Hoekenga
    March 20, 2024
    NAEM’s Deputy Director Virginia Hoekenga sat down with Verena Radulovic, Vice President for Business Engagement at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES), to discuss the ruling and how it will impact companies as well as the EHS&S profession.
  • How Machine Learning is Opening New Possibilities for SDS Ingredient Indexing, Chemical Management, and EHS

    By: Greg Duncan, MELP, CSP Aatish Suman, MS
    February 22, 2024
    Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) are the bedrock of workplace chemical management and hazard communication. However, SDSs are highly technical, often lengthy documents that can be difficult to interpret, even for trained EHS professionals. To make important SDS information readily accessible and easier for workers to apply, employers prefer to have key information extracted from SDSs and stored in a structured, easily referenced repository such as a chemical management software system. This process is referred to as SDS “indexing.”
  • The Key to SIF Prevention: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Controls

    By: Jean-Grégoire Manoukian
    February 20, 2024
    The latest statistics for fatal work injuries in the U.S. reveal an alarming trend that sees many organizations moving in the wrong direction. The number of SIFs remains too high and there must be greater urgency given to prioritizing SIF prevention efforts. A robust program is needed to evaluate the effectiveness of controls for SIF prevention.
  • EHS & Sustainability Professionals Going Beyond Compliance

    By: Nicole Wilkinson
    February 7, 2024
    As the NAEM Board of Directors begins a new term, I wanted to take a few moments to reflect on where we are as a profession. And as the new Chair of the Board, I will work to ensure that NAEM continues to develop best-in-class programs and deliver value to our members and organizations that they support.
  • From Doubt to Dollars: The Evidence-backed ROI of EHS Software

    By: Robert Kimball
    November 17, 2023
    NAEM blog post from doubt to dollars the evidence-backed ROI of EHS software
    In the wake of the back-to-back formation of the EPA and OSHA, the Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) profession was born.
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