From Isolated to Integrated: How to Eliminate the Redundancies and Inefficiencies of Independent EHS Systems

Date: Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Standard Time

Duration: 1 hour

How to eliminate the redundancies and inefficiencies of independent EHS systems and maximize the benefits—financial, compliance, operational, safety, risk mitigation and otherwise—that result from an Integrated Management System (IMS). Learn best practices, cost-benefits tied to this implementation, and how to manage the associated organizational change.

Integrated management systems (IMS) promote operating discipline and effectiveness by providing a unifying framework for corporate objectives, policies, and procedures that eliminate the redundancy and inefficiencies otherwise associated with isolated systems. With an IMS, organizations have a comprehensive, consistent foundation that enables them to drive continuous improvement, maximize the benefits of limited resources and improve overall operational performance and risk management.

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