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Organizations that are working to cut carbon emissions can look to their EHS Department for help.  The United Nations has put it

In August 2022 Cority achieved the Federal Risk Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Authorized status. This news is exciting not only for Cority

The field of environmental health and safety (EHS) is filled with abbreviations, terms, and industry jargon. It can feel overwhelming, especially if


With the Sustainable Finance Action Plan, the European Union intends to promote more sustainable economic growth, ensure a stable and inclusive financial

It’s pretty clear that reducing injuries is critical for long-term business success. So, what if you could use your safety data to

EHS professionals collect huge volumes of data and are increasingly being asked to provide even greater quantities of data for a variety


Read now A guide to what organizations can do now to drive better EHS performance through a more engaged workforce. Organizations have

This eBook is intended to help provide some guidance as companies look for ways to achieve net-zero and improve their sustainability program.

Learn how companies are driving sustainable innovation and what to look for when investing in sustainability technology. Read now.


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In Cority’s inaugural public corporate sustainability report, highlights of the company’s sustainability journey are presented, including the commitment of its employees and


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Once seen as an optional addition to a business’s operations, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and sustainability are now viewed as vital

Using the right tool to complete a task or project makes all the difference. For example, contractors wouldn’t use a drill to push in a nail, they’d use a hammer. The same holds true when it comes to general medical record documentation vs employee and occupational health recordkeeping.

This survey is designed to provide your organization with some questions to assess if managers and leaders provide both the pathways and