You will soon roll out a new data management system. Just put one foot in front of the other and everything will work out, right? Not so fast. Launching a new data management system means changing the way your users will be expected to do their jobs. It may also mean a change in processes used by your company.
Successful implementations build a team-focused philosophy into their playbook by addressing people, process and technology as a whole. Think of your successful EHS MIS Implementation as team sport. Engage the right players with the right skills in the right positions and you will have a winning combination.
During this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to Set a Framework for Success & Various Implementation Strategies
- Manage Change & User Adoption
- Guidance for Long Term Sustainment and Support
- Why early decisions equal a smart EHS MIS
- Tips for Success
Launch Your EHS Software Journey to the Next Level: Lessons from J.M. Huber & Arcadis
In this webinar, you will learn tips and best practices from J.M. Huber, a company with a portfolio covering a diverse range of consumer and industrial items, and Arcadis, a global design, engineering and management consulting company.J.M. Huber & Arcadis & Enablon
How to Successfully Deploy an EHS&S Software System
Given these sizeable investments of time and resources, you want to ensure they are well spent. That’s why NAEM has compiled this guide, which distills the observations, recommendations, and “lessons learned” from in-depth interviews with EHS&S professionals and implementation partners into six steps that will help you start —and stay—on the right track as you introduce an EHS&S application that can deliver tangible benefits to your organization.NAEM
Enablon helps Bombardier implement a robust QEHS management system
We wanted to have an IT tool to monitor our environmental KPIs in order to make sure we had a robust and reliable system that would produce auditable data, especially for our energy monitoring.Julier Carrier, Health & Safety Senior Advisor, Bombardier