Occupational health professionals must manage the complexities of medical surveillance. They have to record employee health data from workplace injuries and illnesses, clinic visits, immunizations, audiometric exams, flu clinics, wellness programs, and lab tests. And, it’s not enough to just collect the data: They must be able to report on it in multiple formats. Find out more about the EHS challenges facing occupational health professionals.
Safety professionals must be able to track, investigate and manage all types of incidents. More importantly, they must be able to assess risk in the workplace and develop and implement proactive measures that prevent injuries and illnesses from happening in the first place. Find out more about the EHS challenges facing safety professionals.
Industrial hygienists must be able to manage sampling plans, similar exposure groups, equipment, and corrective actions. They also need a means to qualitatively assess workplace exposures in order to prioritize and allocate resources. Find out more about the EHS challenges facing industrial hygienists.
Environmental professionals must be able to track, investigate and manage environmental spill events and other incidents. They also require a system to ensure compliance with the myriad of regulatory and company requirements. At the corporate level, environmental managers need one system that can track all environmental metrics. Find out more about the EHS challenges facing environmental professionals.