The 4 biggest mistakes Safety Managers make when deciding to use EHS Management Software

The 4 Biggest Mistakes Safety Managers Make After Deciding to Use EHS Management Software

It's less about which EHS software you choose and more about how you implement it. Here are the 4 largest mistakes made after the purchase.

a photo of author Mike Kenefsky Written by Mike Kenefsky Revised On Mar 12th, 2019 4 Comments

It’s easy to get bogged down in details and minutia when researching safety management software. In fact, it’s common for experienced safety management personnel to struggle with selecting the appropriate software solutions/features for their organization’s needs – and why wouldn’t… Keep Reading

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EHS management software

Electronic Audit and Inspection Forms – Expect More Than A Form

The 5 major questions to ask before purchasing safety management software.

a photo of author Greg Funk Written by Greg Funk Revised On Nov 14th, 2017 0 Comments

Lately, we’ve been having discussions related to “form-based” solutions that were sold to them with the intent to streamline the safety audit and inspection process. While making it easier for a field or shop representative to record and file their… Keep Reading

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construction safety management software

EHS Management Software Must Have Actionable Insight

EHS management software provides a powerful alternative to spreadsheets. Identify trends, determine root causes and oversee planned actions.

a photo of author Mike Kenefsky Written by Mike Kenefsky Revised On Sep 21st, 2017 0 Comments

Gathering safety data, to be honest, is quite rudimentary. Making sense of it, not so much. The good news is that there are tools and platforms available to assist in closing this gap. Most organizations do a wonderful job of… Keep Reading

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automotive manufacturing safety management

Driving Improvement in the Safety Culture Fast Lane

Read how automotive manufacturers identify and control safety risks, reducing the potential for accidents while improving performance.

a photo of author Mike Kenefsky Written by Mike Kenefsky Revised On May 4th, 2018 0 Comments

Keeping Up Is Not Getting Ahead Major automotive suppliers are currently experiencing rapid growth in North America. The region is dotted with new, state-of- the-art plants, where hiring 1,000-2,000 additional workers presents a bevy of challenges. One company with a relatively new… Keep Reading

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