We know the old saying: “When it rains, it pours!” But, what we should probably be asking is, “When it rains...where does all the water go?”
Far too often, businesses jump into the data-collection game prematurely. They understand the importance of good data, but they’re unsure of what happens next. They may have an idea about what the ideal use would be for their company, but putting it into action can be cumbersome.
Learn what sets one solution apart from another, and the questions you should be asking to make the right decision.
Things can quickly spiral out of control when you have a work incident at your power plant or facility. First, you have to worry about the safety of your workers, but, then, the post-incident investigation and paperwork can be staggering. It's no wonder so many power plants hang signs with the number of days since the last accident. In addition to immediate concerns at your facility, the repercussions for being non-compliant stretch from hefty fines to location closures. they can even spark investigations into other departments and locations. The way incident reports are created and filled in can minimize the effects of an accident. To learn more, read on.
You know the routine: an insurance company gives you a call to inspect a property to search for and identify hazards or other circumstances that could lead to a loss or other potentially expensive repair or situation.
We say it constantly because we mean it: we believe in the power of data.
It’s that time of year. We’ve reached the midpoint of 2017…can you believe it?