Be more proactive by becoming more efficient

We speak with thousands of health and safety professionals each year and find that on average they spend a minimum of one day a week on admin tasks, manual reporting and duplicating content across multiple systems. That’s the equivalent of at least every Friday!

Consider how you could use that time?

Many feel frustrated at the amount of time spent stuck behind a desk acting as administrators rather than doing what they entered the profession to do - make proactive improvements. However, it doesn’t have to be that way.

 

 Reduce your admin. Get back to what you do best. Proactive health and safety management.

Technology provides a platform to streamline existing health and safety processes and drive efficiencies to help you get back to what you care about – being proactive and keeping people safe.

Business Intelligence tools make it easy to share information as well as offering the added advantage of making it easy and straightforward to draw insight from data so you can make proactive interventions. No more clunky spreadsheets!

The webinar will discuss:

  • Moving responsibility out to the broader workforce
  • How technology can help reduce the admin burden
  • Business Intelligence: driving efficiencies from data-driven insights

 

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Julian Taylor

Julian Taylor is Head of Solutions Architects at SHE Software. He manages a team across the UK who work closely with organisations to clearly map out their issues, challenges and objectives to identify how technology can support.

He has worked within the health and safety sector for 20 years in a variety of HR and training roles and is NEBOSH qualified.  Julian regularly presents on our webinar series discussing how organisations can take an innovative approach to managing health and safety through the use of technology. 

He is passionate about engaging and empowering the broader teams within organisations to make safety happen and ‘simply be part of what we do’.

 

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