safety management

The 5 Steps of a Successful Safety Inspection Process

Running any business comes with its own set of risks. Of all the types of risks, though, safety risks are the ones that demand the most attention. After all, ensuring a safe workplace for all employees is the responsibility of every employer. Potential safety hazards must be mitigated with an effective risk management process. Of course, before implementing such a process, safety risks and hazards need to be found. This is where site safety inspections come in. 
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6 Steps to Implement Successful Business Process Transformation

When business process transformation is implemented the right way, you spend less time on repetitive back-office tasks and outdated legacy systems. Business process transformation creates streamlined workflows and automated end-to-end systems where organizational resources go towards providing more value to customers, saving costs, and boosting operational efficiency.  
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HR

Why Automating Employee Onboarding Processes Saves Teams

You've done it: You've found the newest member of the team, and they accepted the job offer. It can be tempting to rest on your laurels and celebrate, but there's still plenty of work to do to ensure your new hire integrates well from day one. 
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How to Create a Return-to-Work Program for an Injury or Pandemic

Bringing employees back to work after a break can be a challenging task and needs to be handled with care. This is even more relevant now, as COVID-19 restrictions across the world ease out and offices are reopening for full-time work. 
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9 Stages of a Complete Contract Lifecycle Management Process

Contracts are the lifeblood of business. They validate agreements between two or more parties, reducing the possibility of risks and defaults, and providing a way out if things do not go as planned.
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Incident Management

5 Tips for a Streamlined Safety Observations Program

How can you proactively promote safety in your organization if you don’t know where safety risks exist? Identifying safety issues is a critical first step to addressing these issues. An effective way to identify hazards is through safety observations. A safety observations program can help employees and management work together to prevent safety incidents and maintain a positive safety culture.
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How Workflow Automation Enhances Processes Across Industries

Since COVID-19, workflow automation technology adoption has accelerated in many industries. Business leaders and managers are discovering new ways to streamline business processes to empower team members to achieve their goals. 
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EHS Risks

Major Causes of Increased Environmental, Health, and Safety Risks

Managing environmental, health, and safety (EHS) risks is important for protecting the welfare of your employees and even your customers. You may feel you have a good handle on EHS risks, but changes can cause new risks to arise or can heighten certain hazards you’re already managing. Understanding the causes for increased EHS risks can help you take a more proactive approach to EHS risk management. 
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HR

How to Use HR Automation to Save Time and Money

Most bustling HR departments have one thing in common: They rely heavily on manual processes and administrative tasks for high-stakes business processes. By hand, they process everything from managing resumes, spreadsheets, sensitive employee data, and contracts to any number of forms and agreements required. Enter HR automation: HRIS (human resources information systems) which make it easy to securely log information accessible to the HR team.
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Incident Management

6 Key Steps of an Effective Incident Investigation Process

Running any business is not without risks. Even if you've accounted for potential problems with a good risk management plan, accidents do happen. It's a good idea to properly investigate accidents or even near misses (which together can be called "incidents"). 
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