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When it comes to workplace safety, health and safety managers can never take too many precautions. But routine procedure can fall by the wayside to quicker methods that create more profit but also additional risk.
Small and mid-sized business often don’t realize they can have the best of both worlds. Environmental, Health and Safety software provides a streamlined and transparent safety culture, all the while ensuring its return on investment.
“EHS software is catered to your industry.”
Each EHS software can be configured to meet certain industries’ needs, but there are a few key functions that define it across the board. By automating regulatory compliance, making accident data visible in all cases and placing increased scrutiny on employee safety, businesses experience less productivity downtime and greater operational efficiency.
While it may seem as though these systems are best developed to keep workplaces safe in environments where there’s little oversight, like large businesses, the fact of the matter is small and mid-sized business often benefit the most from the software’s inclusion. Consider these figures gathered by the Asbestos Institute:
Given those figures, small and mid-sized business need an overhaul of their safety cultures, as they are currently cited far more than large businesses.
Implementing EHS software allows employers to take advantage of steps to a better safety culture, as laid out by the Maine Department of Labor:
Nothing in business is free. However, there are multiple avenues in which EHS software pays its keep with:
EHS software benefits exist across the board. This versatility allows small and mid-sized businesses to earn back the investment they’ve made, as well as keep employees safe.
Key takeaway: EHS software streamlines a number of previously manually completed tasks, as well as improves the bottom line.
Has your company implemented EHS software yet? Leave us a comment below and let us know where you’ve seen improvements.