Big-data driven environmental, health and safety (EH&S) programs not only improve companies’ health and safety records, they also can be fully integrated into sustainability and other business programs, allowing firms to monitor emissions and audit processes, report carbon and water compliance and manage EH&S performance all at the same time.
Learn how to choose and implement the best EH&S technology for your firm as well as emerging trends in software and spending at a free EH&S webinar with Verdantix, CH2M Hill, Enablon and Environmental Leader.
Some 39 percent of firms expect to upgrade their current EH&S software over the next three years — but executives say budgets, time and complexity all present barriers to investments, Verdantix says.
In the webinar, “Preparing for 2014: Trends and Best Practices in EH&S Information Management,” which is available on-demand, Patty Satkiewicz, industry analyst at Verdantix, will help you understand the dynamics of the North American EH&S software market, based on Verdantix survey research of buyers.
Satkiewicz speaks about the maturity of firms’ EH&S software usage practices, their functionality preferences, and future trends in spending and usage.
EH&S information management is becoming increasingly focused on the end user and data entry, and incorporates an advanced use of data analytic tools, according to CH2M Hill.
Wade Carter, EHS&S information management at CH2M Hill, reviews what is being put in action with the firm’s clients and presents case studies that highlight how leading companies have incorporated these concepts into the planning, implementation, roll-out and sustainment of their information management solutions.
Also in the webinar, David Hoffman, EH&S and sustainability specialist at Enablon, discusses key drivers for better decision making in choosing EH&S management. He explains how to leverage technology to address these new trends and measure the business value and ROI of EH&S management solutions.
Register for the webinar, and find more information and speaker bios, here.