Leading Indicators In EHS: How to implement a proactive approach

October 4, 2017By Hannah StewartBlog

“Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.” – Warren Buffet Leading indicators in EHS are shifting attitudes from reactive to proactive, with the aim of avoiding injury through continuous improvements. At the same time, lagging indicators are painting a picture of our progress that is important for compliance with traditional measures such as injury … Read More

4 Differences Between EHS Analytics Users and Non-Users

September 4, 2017By Hannah StewartBlog

Many workers are injured or harmed at the workplace every day across the globe. Workplace injuries and illnesses can be prevented by examining processes and pin-pointing areas for improvement. Companies that are not able to ensure the safety of their workforce in an effective fashion are putting themselves at risk. What sets the Best-in-Class apart … Read More

5 Partialities In EHS Software Selection

August 8, 2017By Hannah StewartBlog

On 27 July, 2017, design and consulting firm Arcadis announced the acquisition of E2 ManageTech, independent EHS services provider, as part of the 27,000 employee-strong company’s strategy for digital growth. Just as this announcement echoed around EHS news platforms throughout North America, it was CH2M’s turn on the megaphone – the Colorado-based engineering and consulting … Read More

EHS Business Pressures vs. The ROI of EMIS

August 2, 2017By Hannah StewartBlog

Best-in-Class companies are 50% more likely than their competitors to manage EHS through software. So they must be on to something, right? Here’s how EHS Management Information Systems (EMIS) are meeting the top business pressures on the department with returns in productivity, accountability and more. Aberdeen Group research reveals that the top business pressures today … Read More