Attention all water providers: the EPA’s latest UCMR 4 list includes 30 new chemical contaminants that water systems have to test for and report. Can your environmental software handle it?
Climate change is about to upend the corporate world. Companies that fail to address their impacts on the environment are likely to face a backlash as their lack of effort will not sit well with the public, particularly as climatic changes become ever more severe and prominent.
GIS is one of the most effective ways to convey information to a wide range of users, from corporate managers looking at the company’s key metrics to operational personnel looking for incidents across facilities and trying to find trends. It is a highly intuitive data query interface that empowers users to explore the data hidden deep in enterprise EHS databases. In this article, we look at the history of GIS and where it is today, as well as some its most powerful applications that can benefit savvy EHS professionals.