5 Reasons Why Spreadsheets Don't Work For Workplace Safety
Typically spreadsheets are the first place organizations start when they want to manage their EHS.
Look around your office and you’re likely to see someone using a spreadsheet right now to budget or track content. Spreadsheets are so pervasive and have helped us in many ways with their automatic calculations and pivot tables that no one stops to think about how inefficient they can be for health and safety professionals.
There is a need, now more than ever, to gain a competitive advantage in streamlining EHS management and progressing to a proactive stance on health and safety.
This article is essential to understanding how spreadsheets are impacting your employee safety, business performance and profitability.
In This Article, You'll:
- Improve Safety Maturity & Engagement
Learn how automation can help you move the needle on efficiently managing workplace safety.
- Discover A Few "Aha" Moments
See how you can save costs while increasing employee engagement turning it into real-time, predictive insights to improve your health and safety program.
- Answer Your Big Questions on How You're Being Impacted
Uncover why now is the time to say bye-bye to paper, pens and those infamous excel spreadsheets.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Why should I stop using spreadsheets to manage my health and safety processes?
Spreadsheets are not a one size fits all solution. Spreadsheets have helped us in many ways with their automatic calculations and pivot tables, but it is time to think about how inefficient they can be for health and safety professionals.
There are many rules and best practices when it comes to managing health and safety processes. Evotix's 5 Reasons Why Spreadsheets Don't Work For Workplace Safety can help you uncover if your spreadsheets are having a negative effect on employee safety along with the impact on your business's performance and profitability.