From a survey of over 3,000 corporate managers, LNS Research found that companies using EHS software not only allowed companies to streamline their EHS programs, but also provided many corporate advantages. 75% of companies using EHS software were able to identify points of risk in their operations, versus 34% of companies that did not.
The advent of digital technology has also revolutionized the future of EHS management and data collection. LSN research identified four new trends that can positively impact EHS performance: cloud solutions, big data, the Internet of Things (IOT), and mobile applications. Cloud-based platforms allow real-time insights into data updates, and dashboards provide immediate feedback on progress and the status of supply chains. In addition, digital communication has enabled increasingly powerful communication and data exchange throughout the supply chain, which is critical for compliance with EHS regulations.
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