Download NAEM’s exclusive EHS manager’s guide on the best practices & strategies for a successful EMIS software selection
Selecting a new system to manage your EHS data is a big commitment, as such a decision will have long-term consequences on a company’s business. It can be a challenging and long lasting process that requires strong upfront preparation and planning. To ensure a successful selection that will meet your company’s needs, there are crucial steps to follow when choosing an environmental, health and safety management system.
Compiled from in-depth interviews with in-house corporate EHS&S leaders, expert EMIS implementation consultants and software companies, the National Association of Environmental Management’s (NAEM) new whitepaper will give you the tools you need to carefully map out your selection strategy, provide ample time for your organization to work through the process, establish appropriate success criteria and actively manage expectations along the way.
Get insights on:
- How to build and plan your EHS software selection strategy
- How to clearly define your needs, and set the right expectations & requirements
- How to benchmark software vendors & build on the lessons learned by industry peers
- How to communicate on the value of your EMIS & successfully manage change
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