Environmental, health, and safety (EHS) professionals are the protectors of their organizations. When they do their jobs well, they reduce risks to employees and to the communities in which their companies operate. They make decisions, and follow the rules, to keep their workplaces safe and in compliance with industry regulations. They work to keep […]
Global software provider harnesses decades of sustainability consulting expertise to empower corporate and investor customers’ ESG journeys Toronto, ON, September 28, 2023 – Cority, a leading global enterprise EHS (Environment, Health, and Safety) software provider, has furthered its commitment to empowering organizations to make more responsible business decisions by adding Sustainability Advisory Services to its […]
This guide provides information on some of the primary sustainability reporting frameworks to help reporting organisations to make comparisons and decide on which is most appropriate for them to use. In recent years, regulatory developments, investor demand and public awareness have brought environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations to the forefront of the corporate agenda. […]
Dirty EHS data is a common issue that poses reporting problems in and across a wide variety of organizations. To illustrate: What do you do when your director asks for an immediate ad hoc report on all the near-misses at your Houston plant? A) Confidently run a report, send it by email in a matter of […]
This glossary, providing definitions of the most commonly used terms and concepts in sustainability and ESG reporting, is designed to help sustainability professionals stay up to date with terms, acronyms, frameworks and reporting standards. The world of ESG and sustainability is full of acronyms, the vocabulary is constantly expanding and there is always something new […]
Scope 3 emissions, also known as value chain emissions, are indirect Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions both upstream and downstream of an organisation’s main operations. This usually means all of the emissions a company is responsible for outside of its own operations—from the goods it purchases to the disposal of the products it sells.
This guide discusses four best practices shared across successful ergonomics programs – programs that have achieved an average 45 percent reduction in risk as measured by our software – and how technology supports each component.
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This guide aims to act as an advisory tool for Private Equity (PE) firms that are looking at measuring and reporting Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across their portfolio. Across the investment community, interest in ESG performance has soared since the launch of the UNPRI (Principles for Responsible Investments) in 2006. Integrating […]