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Advanced Micro Devices
Hamilton County, OH (2012)
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"Reports and their associated filters that used to take us four days to generate now take us under four hours, thanks to ARCHIBUS."
Jeff Martin
Siemens Medical Solutions

Environmental Health & Safety

Gain control over workplace safety incidents, personal protective equipment (PPE), training, medical monitoring, and work restrictions

Benefits

  • Provides a proactive process to identify, evaluate, and correct health and safety risks in the workplace
  • Enables the reduction of medical claims, disability compensation, and loss of productivity because of workplace-related injury or illness
  • Delivers efficient tracking and follow-up of health and safety incidents to minimize risk and liability to the organization
  • Reduces the overall cost of administering a comprehensive, defensible health and safety program

Environmental Health Safety Screenshot
Health and Safety Screen Shot

ARCHIBUS Environmental Health & Safety provides a structured repository for all relevant data and can display maps or floor plans showing incident locations, with drill-down to view detailed information

Managing a comprehensive, defensible health and safety program to protect both individuals from hazards and the overall organization from liability can be overwhelming. The ARCHIBUS Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) application enables managers to quickly associate incidents with locations, equipment, and personnel and easily link employee training records and/or medical monitoring to these same incidents. As part of a comprehensive Environmental Health & Safety management program, this application is a critical tool to help document evidence of compliance for internal standards or external regulatory requirements. This documentation can greatly minimize both compliance costs, as well as monetary fines to the organization.