The Competitive Edge of Compliance: How Companies Incorporate EHS Principles in Process Design to Manage Chemical Manufacturing Risk
The competitive edge of compliance:
How companies incorporate EHS principles in process design to manage chemical manufacturing risk
With chemical industry regulations on the rise, running manufacturing processes with safety in mind has become as important as factors such as ensuring high-quality output and minimizing waste.
But observing environmental health and safety (EHS) restrictions and guidelines is not exclusively about maintaining important ethical standards – it is also a way to improve cost-effectiveness and competitive advantage.
In this new article, you will discover:
- Three key elements for the prevention and mitigation of EHS risks
- That risk assessments require investment of resources, but ultimately offer opportunities for cost savings, risk reduction, and product differentiation
- How to prepare for and maintain a system of safe operation where EHS principles are integrated into process design
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