The implementation of EHS policies that comply with local regulations and corporate guidelines can be a complex task for multinational companies with global sites and important supply chains. Corporations develop EHS guidelines that comply with local regulations, transmit them to all levels of management, set up suitable controls to ensure compliance is achieved and maintained, and implement and follow up on remedial actions when required. When EHS issues are identified in the supply chain, the tasks are even more complex.
Fortune 500 companies rely on SGS for the provision of inputs in the elaboration of EHS guidelines, to develop self-assessment programs for a first screening of their sites and those of suppliers, to carry out benchmarking audits that include gap analysis and/or local regulatory compliance audits, provide training, and recommend remedial actions and follow up on their implementation at local level.
SGS EHS management and outsourcing services
We provide a range of services to support efficient corporate EHS management systems.
Why choose SGS?
With a network of EHS specialists operating around the globe, we can help you implement an effective EHS improvement program wherever it is required. Our central project management teams operate in cost-efficient countries, often located close to our client’s headquarters. We coordinate global projects at central level, using our local teams of experts and centralized reporting tools to ensure you receive regular updates.
If required, we also have the capacity to fully outsource your health and safety management requirements and can delegate, on a permanent or temporary basis, staff to your headquarters.
To learn more about EHS management and outsourcing services, contact your local SGS office.