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
Enterprise EHS software is large-scale software designed for mid to large sized organizations. Here we look at what enterprise-class means.
Buying new EHS software involves a massive – and time consuming – series of decisions. For example, should you deploy on-premise or cloud? Each have their advantages and disadvantages, all depending on your company’s requirements. The good news is that we’ve just published a guide to help you decide. It’s titled EHS Software: On-Premise vs. Cloud … Read More
Single sign on (SSO) is the ability to access several software programs with one login. It’s a feature most software buyers look for—and a marginal gain that can help EHS professionals mitigate against under-reporting. Here’s how. The average person has a whopping 70-80 passwords, and EHS software is yet another application that requires a login. … Read More
Today we’re going to explore one of the best teaching methods for safety training: eLearning. Online training is shaking up the EHS world. That’s why we partnered with LMS provider LMS365 to provide clients with Microsoft integrated, award-winning online learning software. Read: Why You Should Use LMS Software for EHS Training » This blog post … Read More
Let’s face it – not everyone enjoys learning a new skill by staring at a large screen. Unfortunately, this rigid learning structure is one most of us are accustomed to. Many workers spend substantial time glued to classroom seats (reminiscent of school days) or watching dreary safety presentations. The craving for a more dynamic, flexible … Read More
Employee engagement is key to a successful EHS system. Not only do they actually have to do the work safely, they have to let you know when something’s not right – and one of the biggest barriers to that is difficulty. Nobody wants to spend time filling in a clunky form when they could be … Read More
Learning Managment System software is a top desirable for EHS leaders in 2019. Find out how to effectively use LMS software for EHS training.
Since its inception in the early 1990s, the purpose of EHS software hasn’t changed: to manage health and safety data. What has changed, however, is the volume of data and its best practices. So why is “Export to Excel” still a critical requirement for new EHS systems?
The configurable vs. out-of-the-box question lives on in EHS software. Which is better for you? Know the pros and cons when choosing a system.