As the health of our planet becomes more critical, more consumers are demanding that the companies they do business with adopt environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategies. Among these, sustainability appears to be their primary concern, with consumers overwhelmingly preferring companies that focus on managing their environmental risk.
Environmental risk management plans assist businesses in creating effective ways to help protect the environment and public health. While creating a plan such as this may seem daunting and difficult, it needn’t be, as long as you are aware of which materials in your business may pose a hazard and your business takes steps to mitigate or remove the risk and hazards where possible.
The Impact of Hazardous Materials