EtQ is the leading Quality, EHS, Operational Risk and Compliance management software provider for identifying, mitigating and preventing high-risk events through integration, automation and collaboration. At the core of EtQ's framework is a compliance management platform that enables organizations to implement best-in-class compliance processes configured to meet their existing processes, create new compliance processes and automate and control their compliance ecosystem. EtQ was founded in 1992 and has main offices located in the U.S. and Europe.
The QEHS Guide to Operational Excellence
As companies grow, efficiency and consistent execution of operations often become the defining factor in sustaining growth and profitability. Modeling other market leaders, many companies implement operational excellence programs designed to uncover inefficiencies for improved performance. One problem commonly revealed is the negative impact of managing quality and environmental health and safety (EHS) in separate “silos.” This white paper will investigate why integrating quality and EHS is key to achieving operational excellence, and provide practical tips for using technology to promote operational excellence objectives.
An Insider’s Guide to Selecting an Environmental Health and Safety Management Software System
In today's dynamic and demand-driven market, the need to implement enterprise technology to keep pace with rapidly evolving operational, production and compliance environments is key to success. With a high demand and a large vendor landscape, it sometimes becomes difficult to discern which systems provide the greatest value and guarantee a successful implementation. In this white paper, learn about best practices when selecting a software vendor, pitfalls to avoid, and specific considerations when selecting an enterprise EHS solution
EHS Risk Management Guidebook: A Practical How-To Guide
Across many industries, problems with collaboration and data analysis present roadblocks to effective risk management. Common difficulties include ineffective cross-departmental collaboration, disparate data systems that don’t talk to each other and inefficiency of archaic systems. This guidebook will provide a practical approach to EHS risk management from a technology perspective, and look into how companies can use technology to reduce risk and improve EHS outcomes
The EHS Guidebook: Selecting, Implementing, and Using EHS Software Solutions
Companies are standardizing their Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) initiatives to protect the workplace and environment, as well as ensure customers' trust and compliance with regulations of every market. In this ebook you will learn the top best practices when choosing an EHS Software, and how to integrate your EHS with a Quality Management System.