EHS is an abbreviation for Environment, Health and Safety.

EHS management system is the integration of the environment management system (EMS) and the occupational health and safety system (OHSMS).

EHS policy is the statement of the enterprise for the principles and intentions of environment and occupational health and safety behaviors, reflecting the overall direction and basic commitment of the enterprise to the environment and occupational health and safety protection.

EHS policy is also the overall guidance direction and action principle of the enterprise in environment and occupational health and safety protection, which also reflects the overall commitment of the top management to the environment and occupational health and safety behaviors.

Analysis of Reason for Source of Hazard
  • Existence of energy and hazardous substances: Energy is the power to do work, which may benefit human beings, or cause personal casualty and property loss; hazardous substances may be harmful to personnel health and destroy equipment and article performance. .

  • Energy and hazardous substances out of control: Equipment failure (defects), personal fault, management defects and environmental factors.

Source of Hazard
  • Unsafe conditions; 

  • People's unsafe behavior;

  • Management defects and environmental factors.

Environmental factors are an interactive element in products or services in organized activities. When identification of environmental factors is found, the effects of atmospheric pollution, water pollution, soil pollution, waste pollution and the use of raw materials and natural resources on the community and other local environmental effects, shall be taken into account.

EHS Management Coverage

Quality management:including quality analysis, quality control, quality improvement, comparative analysis, satisfaction survey, quality complaint, chronicle of quality events and quality assessment;    

Occupational health:including occupational hygiene monitoring, labor protection article management and physical examination management; 

Safety management:including safety committee management, major hazard source management, safety facility management, project safety management, hazardous chemical substance management, contingency plan drill, safety education & training, risk management, safety observation and project "three simultaneous event" management; 

Environmental protection:including environmental monitoring management, environmental device operation management, index control, "three wastes" management and environmental identification; 

Inspection and rectification:including inspection and rectification settings, inspection and rectification statistics, inspection and rectification record management, and inspection and rectification statistical analysis

Equipment management:including basic equipment information management, equipment inspection, equipment repair, equipment maintenance, equipment out-of-service, equipment recovery and equipment scrapping;

System management:including document and record management, internal audit management, external audit management, management review, target index, stakeholder management and management of laws and regulations;

Fire-fighting rescue:including vehicle management, personnel management and tool management; 

Personnel management:including position management, department position management, enterprise employee management, department personnel management and foreign personnel management;

Systematic management:including organization structure management, application management, menu management, system parameter configuration and user-defined information aggregation.