EHS Software Solutions - How do we get started?
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What does it take to roll out EHS software?
Hear from Jon Liesmaki, Director of Environmental, Health, & Safety from Harmon Inc., who evaluated 27 vendors, and has rolled out multiple EHS processes across departments for the last several years, as he walks you through selection criteria, to leadership buy-in, to employee adoption. There are plenty of organizations looking to move from old processes (either dated systems, or paper and Excel.) It’s not easy to get just a handful of employees adopting a new system and process, let alone hundreds more.
Often, the thought can be, “I’ll stick with what we have, because the idea of changing seems overwhelming.” How can we make this less difficult? What do companies need to consider, what do they need to know, and what do they need to worry less about? Not to mention the question - why is a digital platform so beneficial to your organization?
Jon is joined by Jill James, Chief Safety Officer at HSI, and former OSHA Inspector, to talk through the trials and tribulations of adopting a new system.
Jon Liesmaki is Director of EHS at Harmon, Inc.
Jon is currently the Director of EHS for Harmon Inc. He joined Harmon in 2018 and is part of the Executive Leadership team aligning the annual EHS Management Plan along with the company’s strategic plan. Jon is responsible for the design and implementation of Harmon’s EHS Management System across all manufacturing and construction projects in North America. His 20 years of experience in the EHS field also includes stops with Medtronic and Honeywell.
Jill James is Chief Safety Officer at HSI.
Jill’s 29-year health and safety career includes 12 years as Senior Safety Investigator with OSHA, and several years in healthcare, education, biotech, life sciences and the poultry industry. At HSI, Jill focuses on tracking/deciphering regulatory changes and trends, thought leadership, product, external relationships, and internal training. Jill is host of the Accidental Safety Pro podcast and content creator of the Supervisor Safety Tip video series.