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Mobile EHS apps once represented an additional upsell opportunity for EHS software vendors but, over the past several years, have become a necessity among corporate buyers.
In the latest Verdantix global survey of EHS decision-makers, 87% of 411 respondents said they will use mobile EHS apps in their internal programmes during 2019, up from only 57% of respondents in our previous survey (see Verdantix Global EHS Leaders Survey 2018: Budgets, Priorities & Tech Preferences).
Vendors want to capitalise on the excitement generated by mobile EHS applications. However, before you learn to run, you first must learn to walk. Similarly, EHS managers should clarify what they hope to accomplish in utilising mobile apps as the initial step in understanding the opportunities and challenges of implementing mobile apps as well as employing best practice for adopting mobile EHS apps.
This report provides managers and buyers in corporate EHS roles with an overview of the best practices for deploying mobile EHS applications (apps). This study covers barriers and considerations relating to processes, people, technology and data.
Almost every year, a new technology is released that has a visible impact on our daily lives. It is not uncommon to daydream about what technologies of the future might have in store for us—flying cars, robots and holograms, among many others.
Safety & Health Expo 2019, the UK’s biggest event for health and safety professionals, opens its doors next week at ExCeL London, from 18-20 June for three days of product launches, business, learning and networking.
It’s a familiar scene: shelves, bookcases, cabinets crammed with paper in Facilities and Estates departments across the country. This is how most hospitals organise their water hygiene, and, while it’s a comprehensive record, it can quickly become ineffective.