Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) organizations need to prevent adverse events that can lead to injuries and regulatory penalties from occurring. To help with that, an EHS management system has integrated tools that can help you manage risks.
You can make your corrective actions more effective by incorporating risk to the process. With a risk management tool, you can quantify the risks and create standards that will identify whether the numerical value assigned to an event is acceptable or unacceptable. You can also use risk to identify which corrective actions are high-impact and need to be prioritize. Finally, you can verify whether the corrective action you’ve taken is effective using risk management tools.
Audit and Audit Noncompliances
You can use your audit management software to find out whether you have a healthy organization that conforms to the regulatory standards. Should you find any noncompliances, you can easily filter which findings require corrective action by incorporating risk to the process.