Achieving a Top-Performing Environmental Health and Safety Program

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Tracking historical measures, such as past accidents, for your environmental health and safety (EHS) initiatives is rarely as useful at preventing environmental and safety mishaps as monitoring leading indicators. Leading indicators should be actionable by helping organizations mitigate risks associated with the current regulatory environment. Leading indicators and metrics figure prominently among other attributes of high-performing EHS programs.

This article provides tips for business leaders seeking to improve their EHS capabilities in the most cost-effective ways, red flags indicating companies with ineffective EHS programs, and characteristics that define leading EHS programs.

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