J. J. Keller Center for Market Insights Invites Risk Officers and Professionals to Participate in Environmental Risk Study

The J. J. Keller Center for Market Insights, the collaborative research arm of safety and compliance leader J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., launched its 2023 Environmental Risk Study today. The study aims to gather insights from risk officers and professionals involved in managing or reporting on environmental risk and sustainability for their companies.

The study, which will remain open until Wednesday, December 6, 2023, seeks to understand the most critical challenges faced by organizations in managing environmental risk and sustainability at all levels. Participants can access the study here.

The results of the study will be used to inform the public and the risk management community about benchmarks for environmental and sustainability oversight and where the C-suite is leaving some risk on the table. Mishka Binns, J. J. Keller industry business advisor, emphasized the value of understanding what drives others’ environmental and sustainability initiatives, stating, “When an organization steps back to carefully consider their operational approach to sustainability and environmental risk, they are evaluating their future risk and creating long-term plans to mitigate.”

The study will also look into the risk of reputational damage to an organization’s brand and loss of investor confidence if environmental or sustainability reports are not transparent and accurate. Binns further emphasized the challenge organizations face in selecting reporting standards and frameworks, which can be confusing and conflicting. Understanding the level of confidence in environmental reporting is crucial, and J. J. Keller aims to further understand this need.

The J. J. Keller Center for Market Insights, established in 2019, focuses on sharing trends and insights gathered over the company’s 70 years in business. With J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.’s mission to advance safe and respectful workplaces, job sites and highways, the center publishes ongoing reports based on historical data, new proprietary studies, and partnerships with reputable third-party organizations.

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