On Demand Webinars
The Role of Leadership in Effective EHS Reporting through Digital Transformation
The expectations are racking up for EHS professionals. Increased scrutiny from shareholders, customers, and suppliers is demanding more transparent and timely communication of environment, health, and safety activities. EHS technology is essential to capturing and reporting that data, but digital transformation also requires strong engagement from executive leadership.
Join this webinar to advance your knowledge of:
The heightened importance of accurate, complete, and timely EHS data
Gaining value-proposition support on your EHS strategy from leadership
Integrating EHS Systems and gathering information from your existing untapped sources
Digital Transformation of Health and Safety – Why Connected Workers are a Key Priority in 2022
Digital technologies and connected worker solutions proved critical to the success of many organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic. While 56% of the polled companies with no digital solutions in place prior to the pandemic reported that their ability to quickly respond to the crisis was limited, early adopters of digital and mobile-first technologies were able to continue operations smoothly and safely.
Join us to learn:
What is a Connected Worker?
The essential steps for successfully developing and implementing a connected worker strategy
The benefits of connecting workers in field services and remote operations
How connected worker solutions empower frontline employees to work in a safer manner
How to identify the connected worker solution that’s right for your organization
Implementing the Hierarchy of Controls to Reduce Risk
What You Will Learn
Identify and analyze applications for the hierarchy of controls
Explain how to mitigate hazards through engineering, administrative controls and PPE
Develop deeper understanding of principles for developing and implementing a successful occupational
Implement controls using strategies developed through hazard identification and job hazard analysis
Driving Safety Transformation by Analyzing Leading Indicators
Traditionally, organizations have focused on tracking and reporting lagging safety indicators like total recordable incident rate (TRIR) or lost-time incident rate (LTIR) to measure their safety performance. However, as occupational safety and health (OSH) programs continue to mature and technology plays a more fundamental role in the digital transformation of these programs, OSH leaders are increasingly focusing on analyzing leading safety indicators in real-time so they can respond quickly to emerging safety risks and course-correct before it is too late.
Safety Maturity Curve – From Compliance-based Frameworks to Proactive Risk Management
Gain a fresh perspective of how digital occupational safety and health solutions for proactive hazard analysis compliment the hierarchy of controls in an industrial context. Build your knowledge of how to assess and analyze risks, and adopt effective control measures to boost your organization’s safety performance.
What you will learn:
Identify and analyze applications for the hierarchy of controls
Mitigate hazards through engineering, administrative controls and PPE
Review principles for developing and implementing a successful occupational safety and health program
Implement controls using strategies developed through hazard identification and job hazard analysis
Harley-Davidson’s Safety Journey Using Technology to Control and Eliminate Risk
Several safety standards such as ANSI B11.0 Safety of Machinery - 2020 rely on the foundation of risk assessment to support conformance. But how do you ensure you have an effective risk assessment? Not only does risk assessment have to be a cross-functional activity but it also must be documented throughout the design process and into the operation of equipment.
The webinar will showcase Harley-Davidson’s safety journey using a digital EHS platform to control and eliminate risk, and also focus on the role of technology to support standardizing the cross-functional activities necessary for evaluation and conformance to the standards and allowing employees to have access to the risk assessments from a centralized platform.
Key learning objectives:
Fundamentals of proactive risk assessment and management to drive workplace health and safety
How to leverage digital technologies to predict, identify and mitigate risks
Harley-Davidson’s strategy and actionable approach to proactively eliminate risk
Safer Workplaces Today and Beyond: How to Align Industrial Hygiene, Risk Management and Occupational Health
Join Ramboll and ProcessMAP, leaders in industrial hygiene, for a webinar focused on aligning IH, risk management and occupational health to ensure safer workplaces in 2021 and beyond.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss:
How the industrial hygiene field has evolved.
Why industrial hygiene is more complex in 2021.
Emerging trends, key drivers and what’s to come over the next five years.
Digital transformation and the impacts of technology on industrial hygiene.
Digital Transformation of Risk Management Strategies: Proactive Safety and Effective Reduction of Workplace Injuries
While workplace injury and illness rates across all industries have essentially remained unchanged over the last 3 years, safety-focused employers witness a significant year-over-year decreases in incident rates.
Join Jessica Jannaman, Executive Director of EHS & Quality Advanced Vehicle Assemblies and Tina Duffy, Vice President, Product Management ProcessMAP Corporation to get insights on Digital Transformation of Risk Management Strategies
Digital Transformation of EHS – Johnson Controls’ 3-step Approach to Ensure Workplace Safety
Industry-leading organizations like Johnson Controls (JCI) have been increasingly adopting digital technologies to ensure workplace safety for their employees across the globe. JCI’s strategy for workplace safety is predicated on a three-step approach:
Join John Perkins, VP of EHS at JCI and Serge Everdepoel, Director of Global Health & Safety and Corporate EHS Center of Excellence at JCI to get an insider's view on the digital transformation journey of the EHS function at Johnson Controls.
How Altice USA, an Essential Business, Utilized ProcessMAP EHS Software to Manage Through COVID-19
This presentation was presented by Altice USA and ProcessMAP at the Verdantix COVID-19: Integrated Risk Management virtual summit, held on November 4, 2020.
Altice USA is one of the largest providers of communications, connectivity, and video content in the United States. With more than 10,000 employees, many of whom are in the field, serving customers across 300 locations, Altice has a significant operational footprint.
Integrated Risk Management Ask the Expert Session
The “Ask The Expert” session was conducted during Verdantix COVID-19: Integrated Risk Management virtual summit, held on November 4, 2020. The session was hosted by Rodolphe d’Arjuzon, Managing Director and Global Head of Research, Verdantix, and the participants included Bernardino Kocovic, the HSE Manager for Altice USA; Harold Gubnitsky, President and the Chief Strategy Officer at ProcessMAP Corporation; and Tina Duffy, VP of Product Management at ProcessMAP Corporation.
The session offers a deep dive into topics and questions related to role of digital EHS technologies in helping companies proactively mitigate safety and operational risks.
Utilizing Digital Solutions to Manage the Impact of COVID-19 and Elevate Organizational Safety Culture
This webinar was co-hosted by ProcessMAP and Dawn Food Products on October 20, 2020. The webinar highlights how Dawn Foods, a 100-year old organization, leveraged ProcessMAP's innovation-driven EHS solutions to mitigate the risks arising from the COVID-19 pandemic and also broadly drive a digital EHS transformation to elevate the safety culture within the organization.
Utilize a Digital Technology Platform to Engage Your Workforce and Build a Proactive Safety Culture
As companies navigate through the operational disruptions and safety challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and bring back employees to the workplace in this rapidly evolving health and safety landscape, using digital tools and technology has never been more important or necessary. From proactive employee wellness management and restricted access to facilities to localized audits and inspections, a robust digital environmental, health and safety platform can help safety professionals break down traditional safety barriers and overcome the challenges presented by COVID-19.
Creating a High-Performance Safety Culture
Watch this webinar to get an overview of the Science of Behavior, and how the science along with technology together can help organizations build a positive, proactive safety culture that drives desired behavior at all levels. Given that establishing meaningful leading indicators is foundational to culture improvement, this webinar also showcases how ProcessMAP’s EHS cloud and mobile solutions help measure leading indicators and offer advanced actionable analytics that enable organizations to systematically develop a more proactive approach to safety.
Insights from CIRCOR’s Journey in Global EHS Transformation
Watch this webinar to learn from Perry Hawkins, Corporate Director of EHS and Risk Management at CIRCOR International Inc., on how you can achieve transformational EHS outcomes. Get a first-hand account from an EHS leader on how CIRCOR International achieved a safety-driven culture by enabling employees with intuitive and easy-to-use solutions to make “safety-first” operational and business decisions.
From Reactive to Predictive: Transform Your EHS Programs
Learn how the amalgamation of Digital Technologies and data knowledge is much sought today to address the ever-changing needs of EHS business processes. It's time to demonstrate how you can achieve EHS Transformational outcomes and utilize technology to showcase EHS Excellence.
Join Ashish Mukherjee – Senior Manager EHS & Anchal Jain – Senior Consultant at ProcessMAP Corporation in this Webinar to learn how you can achieve transformational EHS outcomes and learn how digital transformation has presented EHS Leaders with an unparalleled opportunity to utilize emerging digital technologies to improve EHS performance.
Aligning Strategy, Culture and Technology to Develop a Multi-year Roadmap for EHS Excellence
A compelling strategy for success starts with demonstration of actionable leadership, integration of people, processes and technology, and comprehensive stakeholder engagement. Dura Automotive, a global automotive supplier and a preferred partner for leading automotive manufacturers, leveraged in-depth analysis at each level of the organization and technology as an enabler to build a multi-year strategy roadmap for EHS excellence. Watch this webinar to learn how successful EHS teams integrate culture, feedback, policies, processes, and procedures to support different initiatives within a strategy roadmap.
Insights from a 5-Year Journey in Global EHS Transformation
Watch this webinar to learn from Perry Hawkins, Corporate Director of EHS and Risk Management at CIRCOR International Inc., and Tina Duffy, VP of Product Management at ProcessMAP Corporation on how you can achieve transformational EHS outcomes. Get a first-hand account from an EHS leader on how CIRCOR International achieved a safety-driven culture by enabling employees with intuitive and easy-to-use solutions to make “safety-first” operational and business decisions.
Adopting Principles of World-Class Manufacturing
Watch this webinar to learn from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) - one of the largest automotive manufacturers in the world - and Tarkett, a global leader in producing floor and wall coverings, along with ProcessMAP, the most trusted EHS cloud solution provider, to learn how adopting the principles of WCM drives EHS excellence and the actionable steps that you can undertake today to move along the EHS-WCM Maturity Model.
USG’s Journey to Win the Robert W. Campbell Award
Watch this webinar, as Katherine Smith, Program Manager, NSC Campbell Institute; Justin Dugas, Director, Health and Safety, USG Corporation; Steve Bolton, Research Director, Verdantix; and Harold Gubnitsky, President and Chief Strategy Officer, ProcessMAP, discuss how data management and systems play a key role in driving a health & safety focused business culture. The key takeaways from this webinar will include a better understanding of the Robert W. Campbell Award process, seeing real-life examples of systems used by a winning company, and hearing how next-generation solutions such as ProcessMAP’s EHS platform can help you achieve operational excellence.
Mitigate Safety Incidents with Data Intelligence and Automation
ProcessMAP, the industry pioneer in offering a highly scalable and robust cloud-based EHS data intelligence platform, partners with the University of South Florida to help companies across various industries to achieve unmatched excellence in the areas of health & safety, quality & compliance, and risk mitigation. Watch this interactive webinar to learn how you can leverage this partnership of OSHA, ProcessMAP, and USF to build a safety-driven culture in your company.
The 5S Framework for Your Safety Data
Using the “5S Methodology” as a framework, the panelists of this webinar discusses how to organize your company’s safety data to move along the “Safety Maturity Curve”. The panel discussion showcases how to undertake a comprehensive review of workplace activities that act as “Leading Indicators” and help drive injury prevention and to develop a stronger safety culture.
Adopting Automation to Manage High Hazard Operations
Regulatory requirements to manage high hazard operations may be challenging, but achieving compliance and ensuring employee safety can be easy! ProcessMAP, in collaboration with our partners STP and STC, hosted a “Best Practices” webinar that showcases the value of automation that robust EHS platforms bring to help companies easily manage their high hazard operations risk.
How Smart Data Improves Safety and the Bottom Line
Smart data can be used to predict incidents and has a positive impact on the company overall. This webinar will help you to learn about the impact of utilizing the connected technologies and how to improve the safety using smart predictive data.
Using Scorecards to Track Leading Safety Performance Activities
The safety activity scorecard is a tool to monitor the progress of activity completion by calculating a completion percentage of the safety leading activities and comparing it to a goal. Learn how you can use leading safety activity scorecards to increase performance visibility and establish consistency company-wide, empowering you to evaluate and improve safety in your organization.
Using Leading Safety Activities to Advance Safety Objectives
Are you relying solely on injury rates to measure and improve safety performance? Lagging indicators, such as injury rates, can be deceiving and provide limited visibility into looming risks and potential future incidents. Learn how your peers are using leading safety activities, safety scorecards, and proactive safety management to drive and monitor safety improvement.
From Reactive to Predictive: How to Build a Preventative Safety Culture & Reduce Worker’s Compensation Costs
Learn winning strategies, from Brake Parts, the premier global manufacturer and supplier of brake system components. Using EHS software and triage services, the company promotes a preventative safety culture, leading to a significant decrease in recordable incidents and workers’ compensation cost savings.
7 Steps to Incident & Claims Reduction
Learn best practices and discover new approaches from world class organizations such as USG, a 15-time recipient of National Mining Association “Sentinels of Safety Award” and an OSHA Voluntary Protection Program “Star” designee.
You will learn how to:
Improve EHS metrics and reduce workers’ compensation costs with advanced analytics
Drive compliance and reduce the time it takes to complete audits by up to 50%
Advance your organization along the health and safety continuum – from data capture and reporting to predictive and preventative management.
Safety Meets Finance: A Perfect Union Driving Bottom Line Results
Lockton and ProcessMAP showcased how knowing which key performance indicators to capture, report and measure can impact driving employee behavior and, consequently, EBITDA.
Correlating incident details such as root cause analysis with employee demographics and organization details, along with financial claim information, empowers organizations to:
1. Be More Proactive on Decision-Making
2. Improve their Health and Safety Culture
3. Reduce Workers’ Compensation Claims
4. Mitigate Claim Expenses and Future Liabilities
5. Create a Strong Return on Investment