SUNRISE, Fla. -- ProcessMAP Corporation, the leading provider of enterprise cloud software for Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) management, announced Cablevision Systems Corporation, a leading media and telecommunications company, as the most recent organization to select its integrated platform.
ProcessMAP standardizes and automates critical processes, including Compliance Management, Audits, Behavioral Based Safety, Incident Management, and Job Hazard Analysis, as part of the company’s strategic objective to unify employee health and safety data management across all Cablevision locations and employees.
With real-time access to over 300 Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) across the company, the software aids Cablevision in decreasing information lag time while providing actionable insights to drive safety excellence, operational efficiency, and regulatory compliance. A valuable complement to the performance and process benefits, the transparency and visibility enabled by EHS software helps to nurture a strong safety culture.
“After an extensive evaluation process, we selected ProcessMAP because the company has a clear vision of the future of EHS and distinctive technology that delivers the efficiency, integration, and degree of automation required in an increasingly complex EHS industry,” said Rob Comstock, executive vice president of operations at Cablevision. “This partnership enables us to align organizational processes as well as move the needle on critical safety metrics by accessing business intelligence faster and easier than ever before.”
In addition to delivering a full suite of EHS solutions, ProcessMAP provides cohesive reporting and facilitates data exchange across human resources, payroll, Risk Information Management, and Third-Party Administration systems. Having a single repository for EHS data equips companies to efficiently and effectively monitor performance and control risk exposure with quick access to key information, including incident rates and audit findings.
“The EHS landscape continues to change at an unprecedented rate. In an environment where decisions must now be made in days, minutes, or even seconds, progressive organizations like Cablevision recognize that technology is not a nice-to-have. Rather, it is a requirement for advancing along the health and safety continuum – from data capture and reporting to predictive and preventative management,” said Harold Gubnitsky, President & Chief Strategy Officer at ProcessMAP. “The company already has a strong focus on safety, and the partnership with ProcessMAP helps them to continue to practice safety excellence.”