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Defining EHS Excellence - Best Practices From Campbell Award Winners (AIHce EXP 2019 OnDemand)

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Recorded at AIHce EXP 2019

Achieving and maintaining EHS excellence is a process of continuous improvement. All recipients of the Campbell Award have shown that an integrated EHS management system is crucial to building and growing a sustainable business. This session will describe how fifteen Campbell Award-winning organizations have achieved success in protecting their workers, eliminating health hazards, improving the environment, and conserving energy, all while improving business performance and increasing profitability. The variety of award winners in terms of industry, geographic location, corporate size/structure, and business systems creates a holistic perspective of EHS management that should be relevant to any organization seeking excellence in EHS. The major findings for best practices generally fall into five areas from the Award application: 1. Leadership empowering all within the organization to lead on EHS; 2. Integration of EHS into all facets of the business; 3. Data Management using key performance indicators to monitor EHS systems; 4. Alignment of EHS goals to other organizational objectives; and 5. Corporate citizenship promotes off-the-job safety and environmental initiatives. This presentation will look at each of these five areas, providing specific examples from Award winners.

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Joy Inouye, Katherine Smith, Campbell Institute – National Safety Council