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What are the most breakable barriers to reporting?

By Murray Ferguson | Last updated: May 31, 2017
Presented by Pro-Sapien Software Ltd.

What are the most breakable barriers to reporting?

User adoption is a critical component in the global implementation of EHSQ software. Without those on the ground submitting a form each time a near-miss or incident occurs, management systems would be rendered useless. There are a number of reasons users may not be reporting incidents, but there are some that can be solved easily:

  1. Embarrassment
  2. Fear
  3. Difficulty
  4. Classification
  5. Lack of Organization Interest

Each can be tackled by taking simple steps if you’re the EHS Director or in senior management.


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Written by Murray Ferguson

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Murray Ferguson, Director at Pro-Sapien Software, has a rounded business and IT background gained through working with international businesses over the past 15 years.

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