From: Aaron's Phone <cycling1**At_Symbol_Here**VERIZON.NET>
Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] National Academy of Sciences: Exploring Shared Value in Global Health and Safety: Workshop Summary (2016)
Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2016 09:19:56 -0400
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Ralph,

That is spot on. I serve on the AIHA Stewardship and Sustainability Technical Committee and have developed and presented PDCs at the AIHCE over the last ten years on Stewardship. I would be more than willing to assist ACS to create and develop a Stewardship team.

Regards,
Aaron

Sent from Aaron's iPhone.

> On Oct 4, 2016, at 7:56 AM, Secretary, ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety wrote:
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> I recently saw a survey factoid that 30% of industrial hygienists report being involved in product stewardship work. So I am sure that the chemical enterprise is considering this aspect of EHS more carefully today than in the 20th Century and that safety professionals have an important role in this work.
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> - Ralph
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> Exploring Shared Value in Global Health and Safety: Workshop Summary (2016)
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> https://www.nap.edu/catalog/23501/exploring-shared-value-in-global-health-and-safety-workshop-summary
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> Description
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> Companies today are operating in a more complex and competitive environment where traditional models for doing business are no longer sufficient and expectations of business are growing both internally and externally. Many companies have long and robust histories of contributing to their communities as well as to more global societal needs, but this has been done primarily and historically through philanthropy and more traditional corporate social responsibility. However, companies are increasingly seeking greater alignment of these activities with their business interests in order to increase their value proposition. These same companies are also under increased pressure to build their business in a sustainable manner through innovative approaches.
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> The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine convened a workshop to explore the concept of shared value for global health and safety stakeholders in both the public and private sectors; roles, responsibilities, incentives, and opportunities for different stakeholders engaging in global health and safety initiatives in low- and middle-income countries; and the potential of partnerships and collaboration for improved outcomes for all stakeholders, including the communities they serve. Participants considered potential opportunities for creating shared value for all organizations, specifically the creation and impact of shared value through an organizationČ??s core products and services, through employee health and wellness programs, and through community or population health investments. This report summarizes the presentations and discussions from the workshop.
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