Webinar Recording

Best Practices for Conducting EHS Inspections

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Overview

Regular EHS inspections are one of the best preventive measures against incidents in the workplace. When done properly, they can find hazardous conditions and be an excellent leading indicator of threats to worker safety.

In this webinar, we discuss common EHS inspections and some of the best tools available to carryout your inspections effectively. You'll also learn how to generate detailed inspection reports, findings, and follow-up in order to easily analyze trends.

This webinar will cover:

  • The objectives of safety inspections
  • Best practices for conducting EHS inspections
  • The benefits of using inspection tools
  • How to use mobile devices for inspections
  • How to assign corrective actions to inspections
  • How to analyze inspection reports and discover trends
  • How Vector EHS Management software can assist you with all of the above.

Speakers

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Clare Epstein

Vice President of EHS Solutions | Vector Solutions

Clare serves as Vice President of EHS Management Solutions at Vector Solutions, overseeing the operations of Vector EHS Management. Its highly configurable environmental, health and safety (EHS) management software suite helps organizations efficiently record, track and trend safety data to improve workplace safety, ensure regulatory compliance, reduce risks, and save time and costs.

Ms. Epstein has extensive experience in regulatory analysis, safety management systems, information management systems, and safety reviews.

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Michael Dowhy

Account Manager | Vector Solutions

Michael is an experienced Account Manager at Vector Solutions, regularly meeting with Vector EHS Management customers to advise on how to accomplish their EHS goals with the software. 

For the past eight years, Michael has spent his time configuring the Vector EHS Management software to meet the specific needs of clients small and large. His expertise has allowed organizations from various industries to solve their EHS frustrations. 

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