How are you currently managing your operational risks to run safe and efficient?
Proactively managing environmental and operational excellence initiatives together can be pretty tricky for Utilities operations. Your success depends on how current and reliable the information you have is about the current status. Maintaining the visibility you need is not always easy or timely. Simply meeting the global regulations and providing expected compliance reports isn’t enough. Managing safety, compliance and risks are important and need to be part of daily activities, no matter where you operate in the world.
To improve operations and become more proactive with safety and compliance, companies are rationalizing their EHS and operational systems, to reduce complexity and proactively support day-to-day operations. This is increasing the focus and need for an integrated EHS suite with other key operational systems, like work order management. This is driving EHS to become a more important overall solution instead of just a compliance reporting tool. Whether you already run the latest EHS solutions or are considering them for future deployment the Workshop on Establishing Safe and Reliable Operations with Environment, Health, and Safety and Work Permit Management is an excellent possibility where you can learn more about what others in the industry are doing to move their company towards safety and operational excellence.
In the workshop, you will see a detailed solution demo of the major scenarios that SAP addresses with its Environment, Health and Safety solutions. It will highlight key capabilities like Incident Management, EHS Risk Assessment, Work Permit Management, Emissions Management, Management of Change and Visual Communication.
Come update your knowledge. Learn from others. Discuss your challenges. Network with industry experts and peers.
On Monday 13 April afternoon, join the pre-conference Workshop 12: Establishing Safe and Reliable Operations with Environment, Health, and Safety and Work Permit Management.
Throughout both conference days (Tuesday 15 and Wednesday 16 April) you can learn more, discuss and deep dive into this topic at the EHS microforums.
See you in Berlin.