Insight Report

An Insider’s Guide to Buying Safety Management Software: Part 1

Maintaining a safety record, managing risk, reducing incidents, addressing workplace safety, complying with safety standards, enhancing business processes… these are all reasons to use an enterprise safety management system in your organization. Whatever your reason is, the task ahead can seem quite daunting. There are numerous vendors, seemingly complicated technologies, and solutions that vary in scope and quality. It’s important to know that it seems much more complicated than it really is.

This guide has been created to help you navigate the world of safety management software (SMS). With over a decade of experience in the industry, Daniel Marcus, VP of Revenue Operations at Intelex, will explain how SMS can help your organization ensure and enforce employee safety, compliance and regulatory standards. He will take the mystery out of the software industry and provide key questions you need to ask yourself about any supplier you are considering.

The intent of Part I is two-fold:

  • Explain why Safety Management Software can help your organization ensure employee safety, as well as compliance with regulatory and legislative standards.
  • Demystify the software industry, particularly as it relates to safety management software, and provide the questions you need to ask potential vendors.

In Part II you will learn:

  • How to maximize ROI by implementing a safety management software solution.
  • How to develop effective business proposals that communicate the ROI potential of safety management software solutions to internal decision-makers.

If you are responsible for safety within your organization or if you are involved in the process of purchasing safety management software, this whitepaper is an essential read. Download now and look for Part II next month!

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