A Comprehensive Solution for Safety, Health, and Environmental Risk Management
In a complex global business environment, improving performance and assuring compliance with all Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) obligations, commitments and constraints is a challenge. Business and regulatory pressures, as well as the sheer volume of data, are driving all kinds of organisations to seek safety, health and environmental management information systems for controlling risks, cutting costs and gaining a competitive edge.
Safety for Life’s Safety, Health, and Environmental Risk Management Software (Sherm) helps organisations comply with standards and best practices through integration, automation, and collaboration. The software offers unparalleled efficiency and effectiveness in supporting initiatives, efforts and controls to increase worker safety, while enabling organisations to better comply with regulatory requirements, more accurately quantify sustainability of safety initiatives and lower overall exposure to risk.
By implementing this integrated Risk Management solution across the enterprise, organisations can reduce potential inefficiencies that result from unanticipated operational disruptions and evolving regulations and restrictions. Our solution offers a centralised, enterprise-wide, fully web-based solution for assessing, managing, and documenting risks, defining the required controls, managing training programmes, identifying issues, and registering and recording all incidents, injuries and hazards. It provides a platform for working collaboratively and for implementing various recommendations and remediation plans in a centralised and coordinated manner. It enables you to manage employee safety while complying with regulatory requirements; reduce operational costs; increase overall productivity; and improve customer satisfaction through better management of the critical processes that govern your organization.
SHERM uses AS/NZS 4801 Occupational Health and Safety Management, AS/NZS ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems, AS/NZS ISO 31000 Risk Management, AS 1885.1 Workplace Injury and Disease Recording, and AS/NZS ISO 9000 Quality Management as its building blocks.
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