SafetyStratus Launches EHS Spark for Production Release Notes

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SafetyStratus employs new methods of user community engagement to further educate members about products and advancements.

“We are always looking for ways to enhance our services by listening to our community and making not just the necessary adjustments, but the ones that best serve others.” -Greg Kwolek

SafetyStratus, the user-friendly enterprise EH&S software company, announced today the release of EHS Spark, a dedicated webpage for software production release notes. Building on the storehouse of SafetyStratus’ knowledge network, this addition extends the functional, collaborative content with enhanced documentation around changes, updates, and improvements. The release notes define important work done as a result of changing regulatory requirements and feedback from the current community members as they utilize SafetyStratus software to handle everyday work challenges.

This technical documentation has been separated into categories of “Changes” and “Updates,” spelled out in everyday language, and organized into separate color pallets for easy intake. Whenever SafetyStratus launches a new module or a product update, these enhancements will be succinctly detailed on EHS Spark. The team at SafetyStratus hopes that presenting this information to the public will be a valuable opportunity for partner and safety professional communications. With more prevalent safety conversations, we can accelerate the discovery and adoption of technologies that help mitigate workplace risks and adapt to changing regulations.

Greg Kwolek, Director of Product Management at SafetyStratus, says “Our ultimate goal is to optimize the processes around safety. Optimization necessitates constant feedback and improvement.” On the EHS Spark webpage, the production release notes’ description conveys that idea: "feedback transformed into product improvements.” Referring to the work done as part of a holistic effort to adapt SafetyStratus modules to specific company requirements or requests, Kwolek also stated, “We are always looking for ways to enhance our services by listening to our community and making not just the necessary adjustments, but the ones that best serve others.” To contribute input to the conversation of how we can all collaborate for a safer future, we invite the user community to “join the conversation” on the SafetyStratus webpage, or subscribe to receive notifications for updates to the different resources within the Knowledge Network.

To view the EHS Spark webpage, click here: https://www.safetystratus.com/resources/ehs-spark/

About SafetyStratus
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SafetyStratus is designed by EH&S professionals for EH&S professionals. Our multi-level technology platform brings user-friendly, practical innovation to Environmental, Health, and Safety management in Academia, Healthcare, Construction, and Manufacturing. Our aim is to always be learning. We save lives and the environment by successfully integrating knowledgeable people, sustainable processes, and transformative technology.

SafetyStratus has headquarters located in Plano, TX with an employee base of industry experts and leaders, spanning the globe.

For more information visit http://www.safetystratus.com or LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.

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