No profession knows the pain of tedious paperwork, complicated Excel manipulations and clunky systems quite like safety professionals do.
While the rest of our organization’s business functions like finance and project management have moved on to sophisticated systems to report performance to executives and customers, Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) has largely remained behind the scenes and behind the times.
Despite our best efforts to modernize and streamline our processes, safety leaders still run into several challenges: getting reliable data from reluctant workforces in remote locations, limited IT resources, high personnel turnover, and the list goes on.
The good news is that we’re now in the midst of a data revolution. Data-driven companies are already more profitable than their competitors, and the continued evolution of EHS analytics will strengthen the divergence amongst companies that use data to their advantage against those stuck in the status quo.
This white paper will discuss how EHS professionals can capitalize on this new data revolution to build high performance safety systems, make better informed decisions and improve safety outcomes.