Microsoft 365 is a diverse platform, so how can apps like Teams be used for Safety Inspections? What are the limitations? Explore your options here.
QR codes provide a quick and easy way for employees to access your incident reporting form. Learn how to create one here.
Toolbox talks? GHG emissions calculations? Benchmarking? Here’s how EHS professionals could potentially use ChatGPT to save time.
Picking out EHS software is overwhelming. This blog post is here to guide you to the best EHS software companies based on your requirements.
SharePoint is a diverse Microsoft software application. It is the most popular collaboration and document management system in the world, with over 190 million users. SharePoint’s diversity has led to adoption across business functions, including Safety Management—so how can you use it, and should you? SharePoint has key functional areas assisting with safety management processes, … Read More
Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) became a profession around the mid-1900s, and has been the subject of satire and frustration ever since. OHS saves millions of lives, but as we see more and more workplace tasks automated, will health and safety ever die? Many things threaten Health and Safety – deregulation, public opinion, corporate greed … Read More
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
Are you ready for a connected working environment? Do you want to predict machine failures and prevent workplace injuries? Then the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is your answer. The industrial Internet of Things simply means all your workplace equipment – including PPE and machinery – is connected to the internet. Futhermore, the equipment’s data … Read More
Workplace safety and technology are thoroughly intertwined. From Excel spreadsheets to full-blown EHS software, most EHS professionals now use technology to save time and effort while ensuring workplace safety. However, a new form of technology has entered the world of EHS. Today, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is undeniably a big part of our lives. Whether it … Read More