HSE Program Management || Acquire/Assemble/Report/Distribute

The Problem:

HSE Elements vs HSE Systems

Most programs are assembled with little planning for how the elements that make up the program will function as a whole. Designing a management system isn't the priority when building a program, rather the focus is placed on gathering the required elements.

Once all elements are in place and certification is obtained, now reality sets in that the elements haven't been assembled to work as a whole, but rather to produce individual outputs. 

These outputs will be documentation or data, in an assortment of formats, obtained from multiple inputs and required for numerous reports and KPI's. 

You've moved from assembling the required elements to managing the outputs and realize that you don't have workflows and processes built into your HSMS.

The Symptoms:

Struggling with elements, not monitoring a system

You're tired of the anxiety of operating a "Reactive" program where you're constantly updating, reworking and re-entering your safety data to meet requirements?

Frustrated by having to constantly search for documents that are scattered throughout files and folders with multiple versions being used and no control over inputs and revisions?

Struggling to assemble and report to stakeholders, auditors and compliance sites?

The Solution:

Build a Health and Safety Management System

You already have the required elements, but you have to configure their outputs so that they work together.  

We specialize in building structured, scalable health and safety processes that are unique to each client, optimized to produce meaningful results when and where you need them.

We design and develop workflows using the elements that you currently have in place, or if required, develop and implement a system that connects all your current platforms together!

The Results:

Hello Structure, Goodbye Anxiety

By optimizing your program with customized workflows, you'll achieve;

  • Your program will move from reactive to proactive
  • Administrative "Busywork" will be eliminated
  • Monthly reporting KPI's are easily gathered
  • Audit elements are easily surfaced

5 Steps to Risk Register Creation

  • Why every program must have a Risk Register
  • Benefits of a current Risk Register
  • 4 elements required to create 
  • Tips for assembling and how to avoid the pitfalls with each element 

The rare ability to utilize decades of experience and implement those learnings into functional automated workflows and client-based reporting are what I believe allowed us to be successful from not only a Health and Safety perspective but a project perspective.

Anthony Del Mastro, P.Eng

Don't know where to start?

Take the first step and book a call to discuss how we can help streamline your HSE program!

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