How are companies structured to meet their EHS and sustainability goals? How many EHS and sustainability professionals are dedicated at the various levels of a company? And with the emergence of corporate sustainability, what exactly does the EHS function do?
Find answers to these and other in-depth questions about EHS staffing, structure and budgets in NAEM’s 2012 EHS & Sustainability benchmarking report.
NAEM’s latest research provides a comprehensive benchmark with more than 190 of your peers on how they are managing staff levels, defining roles and setting budgets. It also documents the scope of EHS responsibilities, including the evolving role of the EHS manager in the execution of corporate sustainability initiatives.
Survey results include:
- Analysis of the structure, organization and departments, including integrated functions
- Clear picture of EHS and sustainability headcounts and reporting structures
- Overview of roles and responsibilities within the corporate EHS and sustainability functions
- Update on the evolving relationship between EHS management and sustainability initiatives
- Comparison of education, qualifications and salaries of EHS and sustainability staff
Who should read this report:
- EHS and sustainability leaders looking to benchmark their function
- Hiring and staffing decision-makers
- EHS professionals who are curious about their market value
- Employees in need of support for budget recommendations
Order your advance copy today! Reports will be published on Nov. 30.
To learn more about NAEM’s research program, contact Fletcher Fields, Research Analyst at firstname.lastname@example.org