In recent years, demands from external stakeholders have created pressures for companies to introduce new environmental management practices. Some industries do not have their own codes of conduct for environmental, health and safety (EHS) developed practice. Do you have this code generated substantial modification actions members, or do they simply reinforce existing perceptions and practices? This article examines the reaction of sixteen chemical company in the first industry-generated code EHS, responsible … Read more »

In recent years, demands from external stakeholders have created pressures for companies to introduce new environmental management practices. Some industries do not have their own codes of conduct for environmental, health and safety (EHS) developed practice. Do you have this code generated substantial modification actions members, or do they simply reinforce existing perceptions and practices? This article examines the reaction of sixteen chemical company in the first industry-generated code EHS, Responsible Care In some cases, companies have adopted uniform practices, while in other cases there are significant differences. The adoption and implementation of business from non-legislative environment code is not a good indicator that a certain standard procedures are followed.
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Jennifer Howard,
Jennifer Nash,
John Ehrenfeld
Source: California Management Review
21 pages.
Release Date: 1 January 2000. Prod #: CMR167-PDF-ENG
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