With travel restrictions and social distancing requirements in place, corporate EHS leaders are presented with new challenges and opportunities for assessing compliance at their facilities. While COVID-19 has disrupted operations it is also accelerating the transformation of EHS auditing processes and technologies.
In a COVID-19 world, many EHS professionals are looking for the right tools to fit the unique needs of their organizations. How can you monitor for compliance if you can’t travel to (or, sometimes, even physically enter) your offices and/or job sites? How do you ensure your preventive actions and safety initiatives are not falling by the wayside? How are you preparing to train your workers to stay healthy during reopening?
Here, we’ll look at some of the tools that can help you stay on top of the situation.
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