Those returning to the market for new EHS&S software seek better integration with other business IT systems as well as the ability to track data in real time, according to a new report published today by the National Association for Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability (EHS&S) Management (NAEM).
The future of environment, health, safety and sustainability (EHS&S), management will be driven by technology, and NAEM today announced plans to showcase that future at its 2019 Software Innovation and Technology Showcase on March 12-14 at the Hilton Riverside in New Orleans.
WASHINGTON & HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo., November 28, 2018 /3BL Media/ — The National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM) today announced plans to host its 2019 Software, Innovation and Technology Showcase in conjunction with the Arcadis Environmental Health Safety Management Information Systems Forum on March 12-14 in New Orleans.
NAEM’s new report outlines the path to software implementation success
March 7, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Software is a powerful tool for accelerating EHS & Sustainability performance, but even the best tool can fail if it’s not implemented well, according to a new NAEM report that was published today.
The price of oil has declined, leading to slashed budgets. By now, pretty much everyone in the Oil & Gas industry is familiar with these words. During these challenging times, it’s tempting to look at things from a short-term tactical perspective, and lose sight of the long-term strategic view. Many firms are forced to postpone capital expenditures to take into account the situation of the market. Other types of investments that companies tend to postpone include IT and software technology.
How many times do you say “If I only knew then what I know now”? We see it all the time: companies wanting to throw out their EMIS software. It’s not performing, it’s not working, promises undelivered and requirements unmet. The software often takes the blame when in fact it’s the implementation process that doomed the deployment.
What EHS Managers Should Learn from Best-In-Class companies
Gaining visibility into and control over the multitude of internal and external risks is one of the top priorities of corporations today. With a recent jump in regulatory mandates and increasingly active shareholders, many organizations have become sensitive to identifying and eliminating areas of risk — including operational, IT, brand, and reputation areas — from their business.
For EHS Managers, reducing operational risks such as environmental & social risks, incidents and regulatory sanctions is a core component of any effective EHS strategy.