Introducing the New NES
We are excited to announce that we have officially changed our name from Network Environmental Systems, Inc. (‘NES’) to Network Environmental Solutions, Inc.
Still carrying the NES acronym, the slight name change reflects our company’s vision of being one comprehensive, customer-focused EH&S partner with the ability to offer solutions spanning both consulting and education. The name change comes alongside a revitalized training program, enhanced compliance offerings, and a new leadership team. At the helm of the new leadership team is Jeff Lask, who was recently named President and CEO.
“I am inspired by the way the leadership team at NES works together to provide the best solutions possible for our clients. Our new name is truly representative of our comprehensive approach to environmental health and safety,” said Lask. “For many businesses, we’re a one-stop-solution for all things EH&S, and our ultimate goal is to help them remain compliant while protecting their employees, the environment and their bottom line.”
“This is a strong team, and I look forward to working with them to expand into new markets in California, the western United States, and beyond.”
For more than 30 years, NES has maintained long-standing, successful partnerships with major regulatory agencies as well as clients of all sizes. Its team of experts work together to provide comprehensive solutions to even the most complex EH&S needs. NES’s longstanding partnerships with regulators allows their team of experts to work with clients to resolve any issues that arise while minimizing losses.
In addition to the company-wide name change and new logo, NES has launched the NES Compliance Assurance Program (CAP), which assigns a dedicated EH&S professional to clients to provide on-site and off-site compliance support. CAP is a membership-based service offering that includes plan preparation, auditing, training, program review, program development, and project management for critical environmental health and safety issues.
See the new NES in action here, and learn more about the NES Compliance Assurance Program (CAP) here.