Our second newsletter of 2010
5 Processes Where Quality and EHS Convergence Makes Complete Sense
There are also many overlaps between the quality standards such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and EHS standards such as OHSAS 18001. As businesses look to find greater efficiencies by streamlining and integrating business processes, as well as get a better return on their IT investments, quality and EHS convergence makes sense. Forward-looking businesses are already finding areas of commonality and synergies in their QMS and EHS processes and technologies. After all, the processes around managing quality incidents and...
Managing EHS Compliance Globally
Enhesa and Enablon examine the need for and best practice approach to, managing EHS compliance globally. In a joint publication available for free download, Enhesa and Enablon have joined forces to highlight why global companies need to take a global approach to ensuring they comply with EHS laws wherever they operate. Entitled “Implementing a Global Approach to Managing EHS Regulatory Compliance” the White Paper examines The global challenge of complying with EHS laws The Consequences of Not...
The State of the Market for EH&S Software
From the 1970s onwards, a number of hard-hitting EH&S regulations were introduced. As a result, the market for EH&S software grew, with IT departments in enterprises of all sizes being increasingly tasked with implementing software designed to deal with risk assessment and incident planning. Fast-forward to the early 2000s, and the dawn of cloud computing was something that EH&S software developers bought into very early on, recognizing the benefit in providing systems that were both easy to scale...
Why Every EH&S Manager Needs Data Visibility
Let’s get straight to the point: you don’t become an EH&S manager because you enjoy filing, red tape and filling out endless paperwork. You take on the role because you want to make a difference by creating a safe working environment. A key part of the role is reporting and analytics and the data visibility that it provides. Data visibility allows you to go beyond just reporting on what’s happened but actually helps to minimize risk, reduce paperwork, regain lost time and even see accidents...
3 Ways to Optimize Your EHS Data
See What You`ve Been Missing As consultants, we’re always looking to find the most efficient ways to understand our project site data and maximize our understanding of the conditions and processes in the subsurface. Understanding data begins with quality data management, but it`s important to have a streamlined process for providing data in proprietary formats for mapping and visualization software. A well-designed management-to-visualization process allows for reduction in the cost of mapping the data,...