There are many stages to a journey. Each stage is different from the others and has its own challenges. An organization’s journey with EHS software is also the same. First, there is the software selection process, followed by the implementation, and then there is the growing expansion and use of the system, followed by its ongoing maintenance.
The good news is that many world-class organizations have embarked on this journey and have valuable lessons to share. 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.
During this webinar, you will learn about:
- How to ensure that your EHS software selection process is successful.
- How J.M. Huber uses Enablon and the benefits achieved.
- The organizational and cultural impacts brought by EHS software.
- How to address challenges associated to management of change and user adoption.
How to Ensure a Successful EHS MIS Implementation & Long-Term Payback
By combining sophisticated software from Enablon and expert guidance in EMIS implementation from E2 ManageTech, Ergon now runs a smart, unified solution for managing EHS and emissions calculations. Ergon had a very clear strategy – focusing on improving EHS business processes rather than specific statutory requirements, ensuring a successful enterprise-wide deploymentErgon, Enablon and E2 ManageTech
Implementation Success is a Team Sport
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.Tenneco, Enablon & E2 ManageTech
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