TSC Welcomes The Occupational Health & Safety Assistances, Inc. Shanghai (OHSA) As First Member from China


OHSA becomes member of TSC among growing demands from Chinese businesses for greener supply chain and chemicals management.

SCOTTSDALE, AZ, September 5, 2017 – The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) announced today that The Occupational Health & Safety Assistances, Inc, Shanghai joined as their first member from China. OHSA serves over 6,000 international brands and their suppliers in China, many that overlap with suppliers already working with TSC. OHSA is interested in learning how TSC drives members to strive for more sustainable supply chains and bring those learnings back to China.

Fermi Wang, CEO of OHSA, said,

“OHSA is devoted to developing and introducing an information management toolkit for improving SME productivity and sustainability in China. Most of OHSA’s clients are TSC members or in TSC member supply chains. We need to collaborate with TSC members, NGOs, and other stakeholders to address environmental and social sustainability issues and dedicate our efforts and expertise to promote sustainability in China. As a TSC member, OHSA is looking for more close collaboration at a global platform and to contribute more to achieve United Nation 2030 Sustainable Development Goals in China.”

As they face increasing pressure from Chinese consumers, Chinese businesses face a growing demand to have more sustainable supply chains and chemicals management. OHSA will be participating in TSC’s working groups as well as sharing their experience in managing sustainability issues and working with key stakeholders in China.

“We are proud to welcome OHSA as our first member from China. Chinese businesses and consumers are influencing how companies think about more sustainable consumer products all over the world. We have long recognized China’s endeavors to be an ecological and environmental nation. OHSA’s voice and experience will be a great addition to our everyday work to create more sustainable products for the planet,” stated Euan Murray, TSC Chief Executive.

Dr. Kevin Dooley, TSC Chief Scientist and Professor of Supply Chain Management at Arizona State University said, “This is a great opportunity to start connecting supplier factory data to TSC KPIs through OHSA’s on-grounds services”.

TSC has four offices located around the world in the United States, the Netherlands and China. TSC opened its office in China in 2014. Their current office resides in Tianjin and is led by Wei Dong Zhou, TSC Managing Director of Greater China.

About TSC

The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) is a global organization transforming the consumer goods industry to deliver more sustainable consumer products. We are dedicated to improving the sustainability of consumer products. Our members and partners include manufacturers, retailers, suppliers, service providers, NGOs, civil society organizations, governmental agencies and academics. Each member brings valuable perspectives and expertise. TSC convenes our diverse stakeholders to work collaboratively to build science-based decision tools and solutions that address sustainability issues that are materially important throughout a product’s supply chain and lifecycle. TSC also offers a portfolio of services to help drive effective implementation. Our mission is to use the best sustainability science to help companies make the everyday products we use better and more sustainable. The Sustainability Consortium has more than 100 members and there are over 2,000 users of TSC tools worldwide; it convenes more than 200 global organizations annually over an average of 75 networking opportunities. Formed in 2009, TSC is jointly administered by Arizona State University and the University of Arkansas. It also has a European office at Wageningen University and Research, and a Chinese office in Tianjin, China. For more information visit www.sustainabilityconsortium.org.

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Wei Dong Zhou
Managing Director, Greater China
The Sustainability Consortium