COVID-19 Resources for EHS & Quality Professionals
Managing the health and safety of workers and maintaining business continuity is hard enough under normal circumstances. Having a Health & Safety management system can help. Making sure that you are getting the most out of it is critical, especially in times of crisis such as the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.
To help you do just that and cope in general with the impact coronavirus is having on your operations, we’ve compiled crisis response and business continuity related resources designed to help you during the coronavirus COVID-19 crisis, including:
Intelex Joins the NSC SAFER Task Force to Provide
Guidance for the Post-Pandemic Workplace
Intelex is joining a task force representing over 50 organizations as part of the NSC Safe Actions for
Employee Return to Work (SAFER) initiative, which will issue recommendations and
guidance about post-pandemic return-to-work. Read More.
As part of the Microsoft’s for Healthcare series, hear from Mike Hicks, Intelex’s Chief Product Officer, on how Intelex’s health and safety applications and functionalities can greatly increase your management capabilities within the healthcare industry during times of crisis and emergency response. Discover what Intelex tools exist to ensure business continuity and positive impact across different areas for healthcare providers, including how to communicate and engage with workers.
Learn how Incident Management mitigates risk and enhances the business value of Health & Safety.
Discover how Document Management can reduce risk and improve workplace performance.
COVID-19: Managing Uncertainty in Turbulent Times
Our webinar series, ‘COVID-19: Managing Uncertainty in Turbulent Times’ is 3-part webinar series that focuses on how to use the features and applications available in Intelex to handle crises, such as COVID-19. Topics include:
Product Overview Videos
Take a quick tour of key applications that can help you quickly and impactfully communicate
with workers, manage change, and monitor their, and your own, preparedness.
An effective crisis management plan with preparation - along with the clearly defined roles and responsibilities and practical training - ensures the best success. While there are no absolutes in dealing with crisis communications since every organization is different, it’s a safe bet that the EHS practitioner may be called upon to deliver information or will be integral in preparation of any internal or external communication. This checklist can help you gather the information your organization needs to handle any crisis situation.
While the traditional quality toolbox will continue to be important for every quality practitioner, digital transformation promises to help organizations enhance their production. Learn how to create an effective digital quality architecture.
Mention the word Coronavirus, and an unsettling knot grows in your stomach. It is sweeping across the globe with great voracity. Every newspaper headline screams it. Every television news program I’ve watched over the last month leads with it.
No matter where you are located in the world, you likely are working through the impacts and risks associated with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) as it pertains to your employees, your customers, your community, and your business. At Intelex, we are doing the same.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has propelled the world into a state of nervousness and uncertainty. People everywhere are adapting to new realities that would have been unfathomable just months ago.
Every plan, every project, every business endeavor operates in the presence of uncertainty and this uncertainty creates the opportunity for risk.
Accelerate exposure tracking efforts
Create, track and report corrective action plans within a single system of record to increase visibility and availability for operational teams across your organization.
Analyze data and operationalize plans
Record and submit observations regarding field response activities to drive rapid decision making and mobilize resources and supplies to the areas of greatest need. Emergency operations personnel can leverage integrated planning frameworks to coordinate and develop action plans, manage associated records and documentation, and distribute operational plans and procedures to response teams.
Implement change with minimized risk
Be fully prepared to implement any changes stemming from your emergency response. With checklists, analyses and approvals, mitigate risk without sacrificing efficiency by enforcing change management best practices. Manage change via a standardized, 7 step change approach for optimal consistency and gain company-wide visibility by tracking the status of all planned changes and their associated activities in a central location.
Conduct inspections with ease
Create forms and checklists, schedule inspections as well as record results and track corrective actions to completion easily with one system to streamline crucial inspection activity. Identify and assign follow-up tasks related to inspection findings. Ensure their completion with escalating email notifications and dashboards that display completed, pending and overdue tasks.