An essential component of running a business is controlling safety challenges. Businesses must conduct a risk assessment to identify the hazards and dangers present in their workplace and put appropriate control measures in place to ensure that these risks should not endanger employees.
Safety leaders can also create a safety culture by empowering employees to report safety observations, near misses, and track progress on “next steps” with the right set of next-generation tools. This transparency increases their trust and sense of security in the workplace, increasing productivity and engagement. This improves awareness of safe behavior and reduces risks in a self-feeding cycle.
Increasing technological developments, combined with the development of new safety regulations, as well as amendments to existing legislation, have resulted in improved worker safety conditions across all industry segments.
In this video whitepaper, we talk about:
- Key components of enterprise safety
- How connected ecosystems help in maintaining enterprise safety
- The expected benefits from a proper QHSE system
- And more