Proactive EHS Management Through Event Reporting

July 20, 2015
You can make better decisions about your EHS program using proactive indicators collected with an event reporting system. By collecting data such as unsafe conditions and the many injuries that employees don’t consider serious enough to report, you can spot hazards more easily and manage risk before incidents occur. In this deck, Mauri Paz, PE, PMP, CEM, provides guidance on how to implement an event reporting system that allows and encourages all employees to report a greater range of events – near misses, injuries and property damage – as well as incidents. Read this deck and learn: How to address latent EHS problems through proactive event reporting policies. Why you should integrate reporting across your EHS teams, and leverage automation to notify different stakeholders about actions. How involving your employees in reporting increases employee engagement in EHS. The benefits of implementing a portal or other simple event reporting tool.
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