Every organization, regardless of size or nature of business, is responsible for creating a safe and sustainable workplace. EHS Management Systems play a critical role in making an organization environmentally friendly while also meeting regulatory compliance.
Environmental compliance is a set of rules and regulations developed by governments and other regulatory bodies to protect the environment while businesses continue to manufacture and expand into new markets. This is to reduce pollution, protect wildlife, and increase green cover so that we can leave a greener world to future generations while also pursuing economic development.
What happens when a company fails to follow environmental regulations? Of course, it will face severe fines and penalties. But that is not the end of the story. Noncompliance causes business disruption, financial losses, reputational damage, loss of market share, and, in some extreme cases, the closure of the business. However, the ultimate risk is that noncompliance causes irreversible damage to the environment and society that can last for decades.
In this video whitepaper, we will discuss the following topics:
- Challenges associated with environmental compliance
- Risks associated with non-compliance
- What does it take to meet environmental compliance
- And more