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Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) efforts protect workers across a wide range of industries and help mitigate negative impact to the environment. Scattered throughout the corporate world, EHS professionals work hard to keep businesses operating within regulatory compliance while safeguarding the health and welfare of employees. While many aspects of EHS are directed by government regulations, it ultimately falls to the employer to provide a safe and healthy work environment.
Environmental, health and safety is a core component of strategic business and purchasing software to manage business processes related to EHS should be viewed as a smart investment. There are many factors, both material and intangible, that should be evaluated in order to determine the overall benefit of environmental, health and safety software to your organization.
Direct Savings Benefits
Return on Investment
In order to assign a value to the direct savings from an Environmental, Health and Safety software system, Return on Investment (ROI) should be calculated.
You might participate in some of the following activities in order to properly calculate ROI for your business:
Accidents and injuries are costly in both financial and human terms. Employers must recognize that they have a duty to provide a safe and healthy workplace to those who work for their company or operate at one of their worksites. A sound EHS program driven by software can help companies fulfill obligations to their employees while adding value to the organization and cutting costs related to safety.
See how EHS Insight can help you implement the best value in safety software available today.
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