|Environmental, Health & Safety Committee|
The PCA Environmental, Health & Safety Committee:
Provides PCA Member Companies with real-time information and proven strategies for opportunities to gain and sustain competitive advantages through a proven source - investment in safety, health, and environmental management systems. The experience and knowledge among the committee members is a resource to provide tools to assist member companies in preventing adverse events. Quite simply, the EHS Committee strives to allow Member Companies to better protect their triple bottom line – people, planet, profit. The committee works continuously to identify operational better practices and lessons learned from regularly scheduled PCA Member discussions for identifying risks, reducing those risks and advancing incident prevention programs at Member Facilities. To address this important role, the Committee:
Annual Safety Reporting by Company (Cumulative Company Totals only- not by individual facility or plant)
Operational best practices and lessons learned from identifying risks, reducing those risks and advancing incident prevention programs at Member Facilities
Meet your EHS committee members.
Links of interest to the EHS Community.
Guidance Documents, Resources and Tools to assist member companies prevent adverse events.
The PCA Safety Awards program recognizes and promotes excellence in environmental, health, and safety among member companies.
Mark your calendars for upcoming committee conference calls and meetings.
Minutes of committee discussions, conference calls and meetings. (Must be signed in as a member to view)
The Environmental, Health and Safety Committee provides an avenue for Pine Chemical Association members to share approaches to common environmental, safety and health issues. The committee identifies and shares environmental, safety and health information including best practices and lessons learned for the purpose of reducing risk and advancing accident prevention programs at Member’s Operations.EHS Goals:
Continue a Safety and Hygiene Excellence in Leadership Recognition Program. Publish a minimum of five (5) Best Practice Documents related to Health and Safety and one (1) related to Environment.
Provide a forum to share knowledge related to new regulations, member incidents, and successful Environment, Safety, and Health programs.
Improve communications to all PCA member company EHS personnel. Involve this group more in the formal PCA committee activities.