EBOOK: Top 10 EHS Trends for 2022

Find out the Top 10 EHS trends for 2022, bringing you updates and tips on how you might act and improve this year.

Download this insightful eBook where Keith Rhodes guides you through the key trends:

  • Covid-security including ventilation and environment
  • Psychosocial risk and self-development
  • Homeworking and training shortfalls
  • Supply chain and driving

 

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Created by EHS Experts

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Keith Rhodes

Health and Safety Consultant
and Chartered Fellow of IOSH

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Lee Godber

EHS Solutions Expert at Red-on-line

What you'll learn with this eBook

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  • What to remember from 2021
  • Top 10 EHS Trends for 2022
  • Case study of EHS Challenges

 

Red-on-line: A Global EHS Partner with Local Expertise and Support


We provide innovative, efficient solutions to our clients’ EHS challenges around the world.
 
We operate in 80 countries and provide custom EHS regulatory updates to multi-sites companies in more than 15 languages.
 
 
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About Red-on-line

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Laurent PITOUN, CEO and General Manager at Red-on-line

Over the past 19 years, we have experienced each transformation of the EHS sector alongside our clients.

“We know today’s restrictions and challenges well and are already working on the solutions that our clients will need tomorrow.

EHS managers now play a strategic role within the company. From profitability to image to environmental and social impacts, their challenges are many and their profession is constantly changing.

Our mission is to work alongside EHS managers as fully committed partners in meeting their current and future challenges. This is why we invest 20% of our turnover in research and development every year.”