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Switching over to another EHS software provider doesn’t have to be scary. The process shouldn’t involve any ghouls or goblins. In fact, it should be straightforward for both you and your team. In this Halloween-themed post, we’ll layout a few points you’ll want to consider when shopping for new EHS software.
A solution that can efficiently process all aspects of your EHS projects is beneficial. When you have Corrective Actions or Preventative Actions (CAPAs) that require review, audits and inspections that need to be completed, or incidents that must be reported, you’ll want to depend on a system that can quickly submit these required forms.
Your company is bound to grow, and a system that keeps up with increased workload is an ideal one. Always make sure that the EHS software you're evaluating is adaptable to changing business environments. A solution capable of evolving with your future needs, such as including management of change, improves the long-term return on investment.
You'll want to consider pricing too. A cost effective EHS software solution that supports compliance and sustainability initiatives is the way to go. In some cases, vendors may offer you a free trial run to test the solution before making any financial commitments.
It may sound fun, but shopping for EHS software may be a nightmare for some. An online search is a great place to start browsing for a solution that’s in line with your company’s needs. Of course, you’ll have tons of options to choose from, and often times you’ll be bombarded with “masked vendors” who say they offer certain features when they really don’t. This common trick is played by some vendors, so beware, otherwise you’ll end up in their cauldrons.
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