Safety impacts the organization beyond worker health and safety. Other areas that are impacted include compliance, risk management, workforce development, supply chain strength, and productivity. Learn more about how best-in-class performers collaborate across departments to achieve business objectives.
Effective safety programs optimize productivity and protect workers, equipment, reputation, and the environment. Top performers make safety a key performance driver and deliver higher OEE, less unscheduled downtime, and less than half the injury rate of average performers.
Top manufacturers use a combination of integrated safety solutions and new international standards to optimize their uptime and productivity. Learn how you can minimize safety-related downtime that hinders your ability to be more productive.
Industrial operations are now more connected, which requires organizations to make significant security investments to help protect their people, machines, and processes. The safety implications of security risks are too often overlooked. Learn how an integrated program can help you assess, manage, and mitigate risks in a Connected Enterprise.
Worker safety, product quality, and equipment obsolescence are ongoing challenges. At the same time, security threats can disrupt control systems, create new safety risks, and put your intellectual property in jeopardy.
Incorporate industrial risk management into your Connected Enterprise strategy to help you address these challenges to help protect both your assets and your company brand.