Mitigate both human and economic losses arising from accidents, environmental events
Environment (E), Health (H) and Safety (S), EHS is a summary of the process that researches and implements the practical aspects of protecting the environment and maintaining health and safety at work. In simple terms this is what organizations do to ensure that their activities do not harm anyone. Typically, quality assurance and quality control is integrated to form part of a company known as Health Safety Quality and Environment (HSQE). From a safety perspective, it includes creating strategic efforts and processes to identify occupational hazards as well as reducing risks and exposure to hazardous substances and substances. Includes staff training on accident prevention, emergency response, emergency preparedness, and the use of protective clothing and equipment. Better health at heart, includes the development of safe, high-quality, environmentally friendly procedures, procedures and activities that prevent or reduce the risk of injury to the general public, operators, or patients. From an environmental point of view, it involves creating a system of compliance with environmental regulations, such as waste management or emissions all the way to help the site reduce the company’s carbon footprint.