Category: ESG

EHS On Tap E144: How to Improve ESG Initiatives

On episode 144 of EHS On Tap, Chris McClure, a partner in the advisory services group at Crowe, talks about how to improve ESG initiatives.

Faces of EHS: Christine Sullivan on Diversity and Being a Woman in EHS

Christine M. Sullivan, CSP, ARM, has 30 years of safety and health experience. She currently is the president of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP), a nonprofit whose goal is to develop safety and health management systems that prevent injuries, illnesses, and deaths. She is also the senior vice president and risk control director […]

Faces of EHS: Checking In with Allison Short

Allison Short, CSP, CIT, is a highly competent safety professional with nearly 10 years of experience in general industry and higher education. After beginning her safety career at PowerSecure, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Southern Company, Allison is now a Safety and Health Specialist for Auburn University and a co-host of the “Safety Justice […]

New Year, New You: EHS Predictions for 2023

As we prepare to jump into the new year, EHS Daily Advisor reached out to professionals throughout the industry to get their predictions for what will happen in EHS and workplace safety in 2023. Here’s what they had to say. Karen Hamel, regulatory expert, trainer, and technical writer, HalenHardy 1.  Mental health and workplace violence […]

EHS On Tap E138: The Best of 2022

Episode 138 of EHS On Tap looks back at some highlights of the show from 2022.

Back to Basics: Best of 2022

As the year comes to a close, we’re taking a look back at some of our highlights from 2022. Today, we’re sharing some of our favorite Back to Basics articles from this year. The Fundamentals of ESG The modern workplace is changing because of many different factors, including the COVID-19 pandemic, the Great Resignation, and […]

Corporate Survey Finds ‘Dramatic Increase’ in Sustainable Building Initiatives

Greater energy efficiency, better indoor air quality (IAQ), and meeting environmental, social, and governance (ESG) guidelines are three objectives currently prioritized by multinational organizations as they face increasing pressure to incorporate their building operations into their sustainability plans. These are among the key findings of a new report released by Honeywell and Reuters, which surveyed senior […]

EHS On Tap E136: How ESG Is Transforming Safety

On episode 136 of EHS On Tap, Scott Gaddis, vice president and global practice leader for safety and health at Intelex, talks about new research on EHS and ESG.

Faces of EHS: R Mukund on the Benefits of Technology for EHS and ESG

R Mukund is a proven organizational leader with 30 years of experience in progressive roles as a technical professional, team leader, Six Sigma Master Black Belt, executive program manager, and now chief executive officer. He has a track record of distinction in diverse organizations from research & technology, consulting, corporate diversified & global, and cloud-based, […]

The Anti-ESG Investment Backlash

The trend to invest in companies dedicated to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues continues to explode. ESG and investments ESG as a concept is an evaluation of an organization’s collective consciousness for social and environmental factors. More specifically, it is a metric to assess an organization’s impact beyond its internal mission-driven operations and financial […]