You have a lot to consider when deciding on an EHS safety management solution for your organization. In essence, your entire company’s success or failure relies on the software you choose to facilitate its safety program.

Use the following checklist to ensure you can satisfy your EHS requirements:

Simplify tasks for EHS teams and staff to improve productivity

  • Daily briefing – sends reminders, tasks, and important notes to EHS team members
  • Widespread content availability – stores MSDS and other important content in one central hub that can be widely available to and easily accessed by all team members
  • Employee training  – tracks and manages compliance training and re-certifications to ensure deadlines are met
  • Team calendars – identifies when key personnel will be out of the office so team members understand who to direct questions and reports to
  • Automation – creates recurring events and reports to limit manual involvement
  • Onboarding – helps each user to understand how to use the software effectively without a lengthy training or onboarding period
  • Adoption – solves real problems employees are experiencing on the job to increase the likelihood of employees using the software

Analyze safety trends for better decision making

  • Incident reporting – manages and tracks all aspects of accidents, including follow up reminders and logging solutions into a knowledge base
  • Data logging – centralize all reporting-related documents and checklists and allow for real-time reporting and data entry
  • Analytics – run reports on a customized set of criteria to deliver insight into certain aspects of the EHS department
  • Near miss reporting – Record and track near misses to fix issues before they become larger problems
  • Management and employee dashboards – delivers real-time insight into EHS operations at any given time to show viewers what needs to be addressed

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