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How will Sustainability Intelligence influence your CSR activities?

Sustainability management and supply chain engagement is a topic which gains more and more interest in today’s business world. Companies are requesting their suppliers to gain them insights in their supply chain to assess the risk of threats like human rights infractions or ecological scandals.  Assessment platforms like CDP or EcoVadis allow comfortable access for those requesters to the collected data and a check of immediate risk. Besides that, companies are more and more pressured by stakeholders, customers or newly introduced laws to publish non-financial key performance indicators (like for example their Carbon Footprint or compliance infringements). That reporting is then often done in a...

Emerging Technology Changing EHS & Sustainability

Author: R Mukund, Gensuite Founder & CEO What does the future of Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability (EHS&S) look like as we enter the world of wearables, artificial intelligence, QR technologies and virtual/augmented reality? Perhaps like a scene from a science fiction film, with tech ranging from smartwatches and glasses, to artificially intelligent personal assistants and beyond–the possibilities are endless! Gensuite has been exploring these new drivers for human and technological engagement with its subscribers and partners. Our mission is to intelligently integrate and innovate cutting-edge technology into our cloud-based suite applications for compliance and management systems; we are currently engaged in a number of different projects...

Driving Sustainability Goals with EHS&S Management Software

By: Ma Joelle Lingat At the turn of the millennium, the world braced itself for Y2K. At the same time, the United Nations first introduced the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), 8 global goals set forth to address poverty, disease, lack of shelter, gender equality, education and environmental sustainability, with a deadline to complete these goals by 2015 with worldwide government participation. While the end of the world never came, the United Nations MDGs lived on. Fast forward 16 years to 2016. As the 2015 deadline came and went, the United Nations ushered in a new set of goals, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to follow the...