In the EHS industry, there has been a surge of individuals and organizations who are advocating for the automation of EHS processes, especially when it comes to reporting and data collection. Many companies have come up with their own algorithms and data input resources to help EHS professionals with their jobs, and as this continues to happen, it’s becoming increasingly important to understand what automated EHS means and how it can impact the workforce. Jake Freivald, the Vice President of Fulcrum, spoke in a recent webinar about the benefits of automation in EHS and what the implementation of artificial intelligence would look like, specifically in the case of safety inspections.
Here’s what you need to know about implementing automation in EHS workplaces.
Check out our Back to Basics: Increasing Productivity with EHS Automation article for more information.