Three Pillars Of EHS Compliance: Software, Regulatory Content And Expertise
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Table of contentsThree Pillars Of EHS Compliance: Software, Regulatory Content And Expertise
Constant Changes To Business Operations Result In Compliance Drift
Deploying Software Is Insufficient As A Remedy For EHS Compliance Failings
Overcome Compliance Drift With Three Pillars Of Software, Regulatory Content And Expertise
Constant Vigilance Is Required By EHS Teams And Dakota Software Experts To Maintain Compliance
Organisations mentioned3E Company, AECOM, American Chemistry Council, BASF, Bloomberg BNA, CH2M, ChemAdvisor, Chemetall, Dakota Software, Enhesa, ERM, EU, Frostbyte Consulting, Huco Consulting, IBM, ISO, OSHA, SAP, Sphera, TechnipFMC. Texas A&M, Total, UN, US Environmental Protection Agency
About the author
Trevor is an Industry Analyst in the EHS Technologies practice group covering all things EHS software including vendor strengths and weaknesses, growth strategies, market characteristics, and general best practice for use. His current agenda is focused on helping EHS technology vendors find success, and helping corporate EHS teams enhance EHS management systems via best practice and a optimized use of available EHS solutions. Trevor has been with Verdantix for more than three years, and previously worked on EHS teams at Tesla Motors and PPL Corporation. He holds a degree in Environmental Health, Safety and Sustainability from the Rochester Institute of Technology.