The Pro-Sapien Action Manager on Office 365 (SharePoint Online) will now support adding actions at any workflow stage, long term actions, action rejection, and manual Verifier selection.
The health and safety incident management process must be timely, but these common bottlenecks may slow you down. Here’s how to avoid them.
Pro-Sapien Software moves HQ to bigger office space in Glasgow, UK
The example rule theorizes that immediately after a large-scale disaster, our risk perception increases. We give more attention to future preparedness plans. However, as time goes by, our memory diminishes—and our perception of risk with it. When it’s not as easy to recall an example of a disaster, we tend to again underestimate that risk. … Read More
COVID-19 has forced some major workplace safety changes. Now Health and Safety personnel need to ask: does everyone doing work onsite understand these measures? The difference between ‘yes’ and ‘no’ involves a well-considered permit to work system. A formal permit to work (PTW) system documents what work is happening, when and where. A workflow tracks … Read More
Well into the second wave of infections, EHS professionals have had time to evaluate safety measures introduced over the past months and consider how effective they have been at minimising the spread of the virus in the workplace. With the added advantage of hindsight and experience, we should be now improving and streamlining a system … Read More
Enterprise EHS software is large-scale software designed for mid to large sized organizations. Here we look at what enterprise-class means.
The Scottish Government COVID-19: A Framework For Decision Making paper highlights the Health & Safety professional community as having an important role to play in what will be a long path to the “new normal.”
When the COVID-19 outbreak began, few perceived the world would be affected this much. Seemingly low risk aspects of life suddenly have the potential to cause incredible harm, such as grocery shopping, meeting family, or being near a colleague. The world has changed in an unprecedented manner, and we have been forced to work outside … Read More
The coronavirus that’s sweeping the world is forcing billions of people to find new ways of doing things. Nowhere is that truer than when it comes to work. Much of the world is now working from home. However, essential workplaces such as oil rigs and trade ports must stay open, with new safety measures designed … Read More