The members of the Environmental, Health & Safety Council were asked for feedback regarding ratio of full time employees to EHS professionals. Here are some key highlights distilled from the 34 responses from member companies received.
The members of the Environmental, Health & Safety Council were asked for feedback regarding regarding what MAPI members are doing to pre-qualify contractors and sub-contractors (primarily from an SH&E standpoint) before allowing them to conduct maintenance/construction work at their facil
Why wait to intervene until after the injury occurs? Reacting to injuries that have already occurred puts employers and employees behind the ball on safety, health and productivity. Injuries affect productivity and lives out of work.
The safety industry is changing. Historically, companies looked to lagging indicators to drive performance, accountability and behaviors. MAPI member companies today continually report lower rates and continuous improvements.
The predominant approach to corporate-wide EHS training today is through a decentralized approach. The corporate EHS staff informs the facilities what training is required, who needs it, and when it needs to be done. The facilities then carry out these assignments.