organizational safety culture with strong employee engagement
mitigated occupational health and safety, and Industrial Hygiene (IH) risks
the digital transformation of EHS initiatives across the enterprise
BMW, the iconic luxury vehicle and motorcycle manufacturer from Germany, adopted ProcessMAP to digitally transform its occupational health and safety risk management initiatives. By replacing its legacy system with a modern cloud-based and mobile-ready EHS platform, BMW has been successful in driving stakeholder engagement across all levels of the organization, and efficiently managing compliance.
BMW required an EHS platform that went with each employee to every corner of the company’s operations floor. This initiative to transform all aspects of occupational health and safety, based on ProcessMAP’s intuitive, ready-to-deploy, connected worker mobile EHS apps, was welcomed with excitement and enthusiasm by all employees. The ability of the mobile apps to visualize real-time data management and process transparency throughout the plant drove adoption across all stakeholders – right from leadership teams to plant floor workers.
By improving efficiency and effectiveness of the entire occupational health and safety data management processes
Implement a centralized EHS platform as the single source of truth and get a single pane of glass view into EHS performance
EHS system should be easy to use by employees across all countries and be available in local languages
Mobile-ready with last-mile connectivity such that safety stakeholders can report hazards and risks at all points in time
Reduction in Lost Time Case Rate Over a Year
Increase in incident investigation completed within 2hrs Rate Over a Year
Reduction in Restricted Duty Incident Rate Over a Year
Increase in Number of Preventive Action Items Created Over a Year
Increase in the System Adoption Over a Year
BMW partnered with ProcessMAP to optimize its safety performance by replacing its existing EHS system with ProcessMAP’s cloud-based EHS software solution