EHS managers are constantly faced with the requirement to comply with regulations. And the burden is getting heavier. Download this Insight Brief to learn how Artificial Intelligence can help.
Organizations with operations in multiple countries have to comply with many regulations that cover vastly different areas, such as workplace safety, occupational health, air emissions, water discharges, hazardous waste, etc. But this is only the beginning of the complexity. The texts of regulations and permits are voluminous and difficult to parse through. It’s a challenge to identify specific obligations scattered throughout hundreds of pages.
To make matters worse, EHS teams are not given enough staff and budget to address regulatory complexities. The majority of EHS department budget is dedicated to improving safety, leaving little budget for compliance activities. As a result, they have no choice but to hire expensive consultants to, for example, review EHS permits.
Regulatory complexity and a lack of EHS resources create a perfect storm that increases non-compliance risks, which can produce severe impacts on safety, productivity, profitability, liability, and company reputation. But Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help.
- The factors increasing the challenges of achieving and maintaining EHS compliance.
- How AI can alleviate the pain associated with your EHS compliance efforts and reduce risks.
- The benefits of leveraging AI for EHS compliance