In the workplace today, many employees must complete EHS tasks using shared devices. Electronics are often considered “high touch” items and can be a significant source of exposure when shared amongst employees. Limiting risk can come in many forms.
With less staff and increased demands, EHS professionals have had to find ways to do more with less by seeking out efficiencies to drive program improvement and decrease the administrative burden associated with compliance and risk management.
With more and more of us working remotely in the light of the COVID-19 outbreak, it has become more apparent than ever before that the ability to deliver real-time mission-critical information, documents and resources anywhere, anytime and company-wide is key to a successful EHS program.
OSHA recently released Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID 19 (OSHA 3990-03). EHS workers need to understand how to protect the health and safety of their workforce and how to lead their teams through new and uncertain times.