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EHS Audit procedure to help you track EHS compliance.

Current trends show regular EHS audits have become a part of EHS planning in many organizations, allowing for better relaying of EHS performance to all the stakeholders viz. shareholders, the public, community, the workers and key decision makers. Most importantly, EHS performance can help you identify the grey areas that need immediate attention.

Showcase only ‘Authentic’ data

Often it is observed that Organizations wish to achieve a goal by hook or by crook and while striving to do so, they tend to skew the results in their favor, sacrificing any chance to improve upon the actual state of affairs.

When businesses dishonestly inflate their performance in Audit reports, they stand a sure chance of tarnishing their public image and losing the slightest chance of improvement.

Only by being honest can a company achieve their true business goals and develop future action plans to achieve better results.

Being unbiased is likely the most challenging thing for companies and hence many skeptics believe in 3rd party audits more than internal audits. This is because businesses only want to portray their positive image in the market making them biased.