Traditionally, HSE departments work with a large amount of information: working conditions for each workplace, hazards, risks, the results of knowledge tests for employees, and much more.
All this data is updated every day, at every facility of the enterprise, in every region, and is representer in a large array of information. It is no longer feasible to analyze data in traditional ways, such as using Excel or other manual techniques. The only sustainable approach that gives a stable and accurate result is to use complex automation and integrated systems. In short, we need to collect all the data necessary for processing and prepare reports in real time.
Today our task is to build all the processes at a completely new level where you can quickly and securely make thousands of connections between different types of data and get more workable indicators in order to achieve high efficiency in decision-making.
Nikolay Pavlin, Head of the Technology Department at NOVA (Russia)
Susana Romero, Health & Safety Manager, Digital Transformation Consultant, Secretary-General of AEPSAL (Spain)