Intelex Hosts Exclusive EHS Webinar on Life After the Incident

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Online presentation explores costs, organizational impacts associated with workplace incidents.

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Utilities companies have a great opportunity to avert future incidents by viewing safety more as an investment than a cost.

Intelex is thrilled to extend an invitation to Life After the Incident, an exclusive webinar event that will help attendees revolutionize their approach to incident management in the workplace.

Geared towards leaders in the energy and utilities sector but applicable to any business that has to deal with the spectre of workplace incidents on a regular basis, this free 30-minute webinar explores all of the costs and organizational impacts that occur after an incident takes place. It is slated to begin at 2 p.m. EST on Wednesday, July 18.

“Conventional approaches tend to involve looking at workplace incidents as isolated events,” explains Fraser Dickie, senior utilities solutions specialist at Intelex. “However, some of the biggest expenses and negative impacts to business performance come after the event. Utilities companies have a great opportunity to avert future incidents by viewing safety more as an investment than a cost.”

Together with energy specialist Graham Campbell, Dickie will explore the importance of not only reporting an incident, but how it relates to corrective and preventive actions, the subsequent claims, time away from work, the hard and soft costs to the organization, case management, reporting to regulators, and many other related factors. Other key topics include:

  •     Tying incidents to all organizational impacts, including claims, cases, lost time, return-to-work, worker’s compensation, Form 7, OSHA, hard costs, soft costs, and more.
  •     View reported incidents as an opportunity to improve business performance and ROI by learning from the entire lifecycle.
  •     Leveraging forms to save time and boost efficiency by minimizing duplicate data entry.
  •     Linking incident lifecycles to hazards and risks to add control measures for proactive business management.

Intelex invites leaders in energy and utilities environment, health and safety (EHS) management to register today for this exclusive event.

About Intelex: With Canadian and UK offices, Intelex is a global leader in business performance software solutions with 600 clients and half-a-million system users across dozens of industries, as well as particular industry experience in the energy and utilities industry. Since 1992 its scalable, web-based platform and suite of environment, health, safety (EHS), quality and business performance applications have helped clients across a diverse range of industries manage EHS and quality data and ensure sustained compliance with internationally accepted standards (e.g. ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001), and regulatory requirements.

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