Avetta Demonstrates Dedication to World-Class Safety with Campbell Institute Membership

Author: Rene Garcia


As an organization with years of experience focused on sustainability in supply chains, Avetta understands that protecting the workforce is a key pillar of that practice. Workplace injuries and fatalities are already tragic by themselves, but they can also have a lasting effect on business. Not only is the workforce demoralized by the human toll and diminished with fewer workers, but the company’s reputation can also be ruined beyond repair. That’s why Avetta has committed itself to the environment, health, and safety. Now, that dedication is being recognized by the Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council.

Better Business Through Environmental, Health & Safety Management

The Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council (NSC) holds the belief that prioritizing environmental, health and safety management is essential for business success. Top performing EHS organizations from all over the world are vetted for their safety practices before membership is granted so that the very best practices can be shared, learned, and disseminated to broader audiences. Individually, the members are strong, but together they can make a lasting impact on the world.

Avetta was recently accepted as a member of the Campbell Institute and joins this prestigious community of EHS professionals. The vetting process is rigorous, but Avetta’s history of focusing on the environment, health, and safety was enough to warrant membership by the NSC. Avetta shares the Institutes’ vision to inspire other partners, clients, and other businesses in the supply chain industry to bring EHS issues to the forefront.

“The Campbell Institute is proud to welcome Avetta as we work together to advance the future of EHS,” said John Dony, Director of the Campbell Institute. “Each of our members offer different perspectives and best practices that will expand the reach of the Institute, and more importantly, improve workplace safety.”

Avetta’s Proactive Approach to Health and Safety
One of Avetta’s core principles is that a proactive approach to environmental, health, and safety management is the key to improving supply chain performance. As such, suppliers, contractors, and vendors with similar EHS principles can find each other using Avetta’s supply chain risk management solution. The Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council no doubt appreciated the following three areas of Avetta’s SCM software:

Supplier Prequalification: Users can increase the visibility of their supply chains by accessing supplier safety statistics and risk profiles in a single system. Self-reported information is verified by Avetta to ensure accuracy and is updated on a yearly basis.

Supplier Audits: Avetta’s world-class supplier auditing service includes safety, sustainability, quality assurance, and on-site field audits while providing best practice guidance.

Worker Management: Health and safety training can be customized and deployed for individual sites to speed up the supplier induction process.

Environmental, Health & Safety Management Beyond Your Business

Controlling the environmental, health, and safety practices at your organization can be a difficult task in and of itself. Managing EHS in the rest of your supply chain can seem impossible. Fortunately, Avetta provides an elegant solution for this complex problem. Join today to experience why the Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council just added Avetta as a valued member. Find out more about how Avetta helps you manage health and safety here:


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