An EHS management platform can help reduce costs and improve efficiency

Modern industrial and commercial companies are faced with complex Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) regulations. Maintaining the staff or paying consultants to manage EHS for your company can become prohibitively expensive and time consuming.

Tyler Martin, Senior Consultant
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Effective EHS Management

Modern industrial and commercial companies are faced with complex Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) regulations. Maintaining the staff or paying consultants to manage EHS for your company can become prohibitively expensive and time consuming. Thankfully, there are effective EHS management platforms on the market that reduce the burden on plant or facility managers while maintaining proper compliance.

How can an EHS management platform reduce costs and improve efficiency?

Expert oversight

A good platform, such as RPS’ ComplianceMap, will be built and cultivated by compliance experts. This will ensure that compliance requirements or obligations are not missed or forgotten, and that any exemptions that save money are considered. Facility managers and employees will be trained directly by the experts and will learn not only how to use the platform, but exactly what to do to properly keep compliant. This helps companies minimize the risk of regulatory penalties or costly fixes. Additionally, the experts are on hand once the system is launched to answer questions and keep your company on the right path.

Automated notification system

A proper EHS management tool keeps all of a company’s obligations and deadlines on a dynamic calendar. Responsible users are notified when they have an EHS responsibility due and are provided instructions on how to complete that activity. Requirements are not missed or forgotten because non-compliance is rolled up to management and corporate leaders. Less time and resources need to be spent on corrective actions or making up missed deadlines.

Connectivity

An EHS platform will connect all facilities, regions, companies, and employees in one system. Corporate leaders will be able to track and monitor the EHS performance of their company on a macro and micro level. All documentation and records are kept in the system to provide easy access for audits, regulators, consultants, or others. Everything is contained in one easy-to-use location, so less time is wasted searching for information or training new employees during turnover.

Reduce redundancies

A connected system helps leaders identify overlap in what is needed at facilities. Learning management systems built into a platform such as ComplianceMap, helps save companies money on trainings. Automated OSHA safety reporting saves manual creation and submission of forms. Users can run reports and find metrics that help recognize waste or efficiencies that could be applied to other areas.

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