If you think environmental health and safety (EHS) practitioners don’t have a vital part to play in helping their organisations embrace Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) then think again.
EHS is a first step to success in managing the regulatory compliance that is foundational to achieving ESG sustainability goals, and EHS compliance data provides the verifiable information needed for ESG reporting.
The ever-growing interest by financial investors and consumers in companies that do the right things for people and the planet by adhering to the guiding principles of ESG is great news for EHS concerns. Essentially therefore, ESG gives EHS practitioners a platform to be a business partner that's not simply judged from a cost-avoidance function, but as a real partner in the business.
Intelex’s Insight Report ‘What Every EHS Practitioner Should Know About ESG’ reveals the common ground and intersection between ESG criteria and EHS. In this report, you will discover how EHS practitioners will play a vital part in helping organisations embrace ESG and learn about:
- What’s prompting growing ESG interest by business
- The ESG opportunity for EHS practitioners
- Why ESG is here to stay and will become the model for future business
Download the Intelex Insight Report today.