Organizations face an increasingly complex and unforgiving Environmental, Health & Safety and Quality (EHSQ) environment. Yet, many companies are still relying on traditional tools to manage EHSQ risks that fall short of meeting today’s challenges.
This whitepaper provides an overview of the limitations of traditional EHSQ management approaches and outlines three steps to developing a proactive, forward-looking, system-level approach to managing EHSQ risks.
Download and you will learn:
The challenges of increasingly complex EHSQ systems and the limits of traditional approaches.
How to systematically track the rich EHSQ data generated by daily operations.
How to convert these EHSQ data into solutions using a predictive understanding of risk.
How to use practical tools to implement EHSQ solutions based on this new knowledge and drive lasting organizational changes.
About the Authors
András is an Assistant Professor of Strategic Management at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, where he developed and teaches the award-winning MBA elective Catastrophic Failure in Organizations.
Chris is a principal at System Logic, a Seattle-based research and consulting firm that helps organizations manage the risk of system failure. Chris has written about failure and technology for the popular science magazine Nautilus, the Harvard Kennedy School Review, The Guardian, Forbes, Project Syndicate, the Harvard Business Review blog, and in a memo to the U.S. House of Representatives.