In charge of drafting Corporate EHS Standards? We have a forum just for you.


Picture2Achieve a standard that communicates company values, transcends national boundaries and addresses local requirements!

 

Are you a Corporate EHS Director, Global Safety Manager, or Occupational Health Manager? 

As a member of the Corporate EHS Standards Forum, you have the unique opportunity of finding out what EHS issues keep your peers up at night!

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Ever wondered how they respond to the challenge of having globally-appropriate Corporate Standards?
Would you like to know what review mechanisms they have in place?
Ever wondered how these companies excel at global compliance?

The Forum was established following demand from EHS professionals who wanted to avoid “reinventing the wheel” by drafting their own corporate standards from scratch. It was also felt that many standards already available were too US-centric.

Click here to access the order form!

Click here to access the order form!

Its ultimate goal is to help members to achieve standards that are:

  • Independent of any one particular national schema
  • Consistent across all countries
  • Able to address key areas of EHS
  • Allow for the incorporation of corporate needs
  • Appropriate for non-EHS colleagues
  • Flexible for different business operations

Current members:

3M,  Almatis, Inc., AngloGold Ashanti, Barrick Gold, Barclays Bank PLC, Baxter, Champtech, Coca Cola Enterprises, Covidien, DuPont, Ferro Corporation, GE (Corporate, Real Estate, Power & Water), Hospira, HSBC Bank plc, IDEX Corporation, Ingersoll Rand, Intel Corpration, Merck, MWV Specialty Chemicals, NBC Universal, Prudential, Qatar Petroleum, Sabic, Shire Pharmaceuticals, Smithfield Foods. Inc., Solutia, Texas Instruments, the Valspar Corporation, United Technologies Corporation, UTC – Pratt & Whitney

 

To join the Corporate EHS Standards Forum simply complete the Order Form or contact standards@enhesa.com for more information.

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