The Role of EHS Software in Enhancing Manufacturing Safety

  Safety is everyone’s responsibility. In an era defined by swift technological progress and the rise of automation,  the manufacturing sector stands at the forefront of transformation and manufacturing safety is a major priority. More than ever, manufacturing requires a dedicated focus on digital technologies, which are increasingly integral to health and safety processes. The fusion

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Insights from the Health and Safety Summit

  The Construction Industry Federation Health and Safety Summit was back in Croke Park on Thursday 25th May 2023 and Kianda EHSwise were delighted to be the Gold sponsor of this year’s event.  The event brought together Environmental, Health and Safety experts from across Ireland to address the challenges faced by the Construction and Engineering

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Case Study: Maximizing Profits and Safety with EHS Software

  As we all know, the construction industry is a high-risk environment with potential accidents and injuries lurking around every corner.  As such, it’s essential for you to prioritize Environmental, Health, and Safety protocols. One way to achieve this is by implementing EHS software, which can have a significant impact on a company’s bottom line.  

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Top 8 Health and Safety tips for Construction

At construction sites, safety should always be the top priority. Unfortunately, because of poor health and safety management, the construction industry has the highest incidence of non-fatal accidents in the European Union. In 2017, there were 2,876 accidents per 100,000 persons employed.  In the European Union,  work-related illnesses and injuries is costing companies €476 billion

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How EHSQ systems can increase site safety in Construction and Manufacturing

Is site safety being a top priority for you, especially if you are dealing with hazardous operations or activities. If you are in construction or manufacturing industries safety should be of paramount importance due to these industries’ inherent risks. According to the HSE (Health and Safety Executive), the estimated cost of injuries and ill health

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