• 50 Shades of Carbon and Compliance

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    In the wake of the back-to-back formation of the EPA and OSHA, the Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) profession was born.
  • Powering a Sustainable Future with Immediate and Effective Decarbonization Strategies

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    With increased corporate awareness as well as mounting pressure from the supply chain, investors, and regulators, decarbonization initiatives have moved from a “nice-to-have” to an imperative for future business resilience and new market opportunities in the construction materials industry. Forward-thinking firms are investing in strategies to incorporate recycled materials, develop low-carbon production methods, and capitalize on this new wave of business disruption.
  • Leadership Wisdom from Intel’s Todd Brady, the 2023 NAEM Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient

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    In a recent conversation with Todd Brady, Intel’s Chief Sustainability Officer, and Vice President of Global Public Affairs, the Green Tie blog learned a bit more about Todd’s leadership style, what makes him proud to work for Intel, and how he engages top executives in sustainability. This interview has been edited for length and clarity.
  • Corporate ESG and Sustainability Reporting Go Hand in Hand

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    Corporations everywhere are feeling the urgency surrounding environmental, social, and governance (ESG) compliance planning. U.S. companies in particular, are feeling the pressure as the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced its proposed climate-related reporting regulations in the spring of 2022.
  • 5 Common Mistakes When Implementing and Using EHS Software

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    The implementation and use of EHS software is a significant investment in time and resources. The journey has many challenges, but you can take a big step towards success by avoiding five mistakes that are common to many organizations, even the most mature ones. See if you recognize any of them in your company.
  • Sustainability, ESG and the Changing Nature of Data

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    Explore the dynamic intersection of Sustainability, ESG, and Data Transformation in this insightful blog by ESG Market Strategy expert Peter Walsh from Benchmark Gensuite. As regulations evolve swiftly, companies must harness accurate, timely, and auditable data for effective ESG disclosure and sustainability management. Discover how workflow automation, AI-driven insights, and integration strategies can streamline processes and ensure compliance with emerging standards.
  • 5 Tips for Convincing Senior Leadership to Invest in EHS Software

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    f you've researched EHS software, you already know that it can streamline operations, reduce accidents and injuries, and create a safe and productive workplace for your people.
  • The Era of Compliance: The Changing Landscape of ESG Reporting

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    Companies are feeling the pressure to report on Environment, Social, and Governance-related (ESG) topics— but many are confused about where to begin. Throughout this blog series, we’ll explore how to start planning, what these requirements mean, and how to phase new regulations into annual reporting processes.
  • PFAS Tipping Point: Minnesota Passes Strictest PFAS Ban to Date

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    PFAS restrictions in the U.S. have reached a tipping point, with Minnesota surpassing Maine with the broadest PFAS ban to date on May 24, 2023. These PFAS requirements will cause reporting, restrictions, outright bans, and even product obsolescence for certain parts used in processes or trigger the need to re-engineer product formulas.
  • Executive Engagement: A Roadmap for Driving a Culture of EHS Accountability

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    No matter how hard your team works, advancing Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) performance cannot be successful, innovative, or sustainable without executive-level support and accountability. Like any other key part of your business, a successful EHS program requires resources, reinforcement, and cultural buy-in that will be most effective when driven from the top down.
  • Building the Case for EHS Software: How to Gather the Data You Need

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    Convincing decision-makers to invest in EHS software requires a solid business case backed by reliable data. This article will guide you through the data gathering process to create a compelling case for adopting EHS software.
  • Ensuring Quality Data Collection for Scope 3 Inventories: Tips and Tricks

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    Scope 3 greenhouse (GHG) inventories have become an essential tool for organizations seeking to improve their environmental performance. Their disclosure might even become mandatory in the US based on proposed requirements from the SEC. The quality of an inventory is only as good as the data used to create it but collecting Scope 3 data can be intimidating. To get you started, here are some tips to help navigate the supplier engagement and data collection process.
  • Prepare Now for PFAS & Parts Obsolescence

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    As one of the world’s largest manufacturers, 3M has a profound influence on the global supply chain. That’s why it’s so important to understand the operational impact of their decision to cease the manufacture of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) by the end of 2025.

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