According to a recent report, 97% of American workplaces are "too vulnerable" to health and safety risks. Of those, 8.7% are exposed to unacceptably high levels of risk. Three percent of organizations believe they are ready to manage their environmental, health and safety (EHS) risks.
Sixty-eight percent of EHS leaders do not have confidence in the quality and quantity of data being captured.
EHS maturity varies across industries. For example, healthcare and construction both have high risk levels, but their maturity is quite different. Healthcare has a maturity score of 63.6 out of 100 and is the best-performing industry. By contrast, the construction industry scored 49.3 for maturity out of a possible 100.
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