The Top EHS Stories From July 2020

Did you miss July's top EHS stories?

We've assembled a list of 10 articles for you from EHS and global news outlets, industry leaders, and technology experts.

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The 10 stories that made our list include work-from-home tips for EHS, the end of the EPA’s relaxed enforcement policy, a new climate-linked credit model, and more.

6 Work-From-Home Tips From Remote Perillon Employees [Perillon]

Here at Perillon, we’ve been working remotely in response to COVID-19. During this time we’ve continued to develop new features, support our existing clients, and even implement the Perillon system remotely for new customers. Here are our team’s best tips for working from home successfully.

EPA Enforcement to Return to Pre-COVID Terms [Environmental Analyst]

Enforcement will return to normal at the end of August.

S&P Launches Climate-Linked Credit Analytics Model [Environment + Energy Leader]

The new model will provide credit risk assessments of companies under a range of climate scenarios.

BMW, Ford, Other Automakers Rev Up Carbon Commitments [GreenBiz]

As they fight to recover from the pandemic, the world’s largest automakers are strengthening their carbon commitments.

Faces of EHS: Wyatt Bradbury Discusses the Benefits of Service, Communication, and Learning [EHS Daily Advisor]

Faces of EHS profiles the professionals who work hard to keep their organizations safe, healthy, productive, and compliant. You’ll want to check out the whole series.

Deutsche Bank Tightens Fossil Fuel Lending Policies [Reuters]

The German lender said it would cut ties with companies making more than half their revenues from coal mining by 2025 at the latest.

How Businesses Can Implement IoT to Restart During COVID-19 [IoT Business News]

Businesses can leverage the Internet of Things (IoT) to continue their operations with fewer staff on site.

2050 Too Far Off? How Facilities Can Achieve Net Zero Carbon Today [Utility Dive]

Rather than wait for a 100% renewable grid, facilities need to focus on the steps they can take today to cut emissions and save money in the process.

OSHA Attacked for Lack of Emergency Rules [EHSToday]

Some say the agency isn’t doing enough to address the failure of employers to protect workers from Coronavirus.

How to Train Workers in a New Industrial Revolution [Industry Today]

As manufacturers leverage more advanced technology including automation, mobile internet, and AI, workers must be trained to meet the demands of their rapidly evolving roles.

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