Properly maintaining EHS compliance has never been more demanding. Not only are there large amounts of data involved, the complexity of regulatory environments has never been higher, and so more and more large organizations have flocked to implementing EHS Management Information Systems (MIS) solutions that can aid with compliance management.
However, many organizations have not yet made the move to an EHS MIS, some are continuously looking for better solutions in the market, and others are looking to optimizing their current solution implementation. Regardless of where your organization stands, this paper highlights the five best practices to utilize as you implement EHS MIS for the first time, move to a new solution, or optimize your existing solution.
About the Author
Mauri Paz, PE, PMP, CEM is Medgate’s Environmental and Safety Product Manager. With over 12 years of experience in the field of EHS and EMIS program design and implementation management, Mr. Paz has developed and implemented EMS systems, consulted for Fortune 1000 companies in matters of EHS, and implemented over 6 different EMIS platforms for several fortune 1000 clients. He possesses a master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from UCI, holds a Professional Engineer license in the State of California, a Project Management Professional certification from PMI, and is a Certified Energy Manager.More Content by Mauri Paz, PE, PMP, CEM