Recycle the paper. Digitizing safety is the way forward.
"I hate paper"
Daily assessments. Checklists. Inspections. Bankers boxes. Sound familiar?
The unfortunate truth is - safety, as important as it is to corporate culture, reputation and bottom line, is stuck in the past. Why is it, that so many of our other processes have embraced technology?
The ways in which we do things have constantly evolved around technological advancement. It makes our lives easier, increases efficiency and propels organizations who adopt it.
What sounds better?
A. At the end of the week, your safety manager has hundreds of sheets of paper on their desk to review. The work tasks have already been completed. In this pile potentially lies missed or lacking controls, PPE, work permits, dates and signatures, to name a few. If you're lucky, no incidents occurred. Put out the fire. A prime example of the reactiveness that can stem from relying on paper.
B. During the week, your safety manager reviews and accesses digital assessments in real-time, providing essential support before the work tasks begin. The ability to review, approve, reject or modify assessments in this way ensures proactive mitigation of hazards. Unlike paper, digital records won't be coffee-stained, ripped or illegible and will always be at your fingertips when you need them.
No boxes. No storage closets. No wondering. Go digital like these industries:
- Port authorities
- Ocean tech
- Oil & Gas
..and many more
Thinking about going digital? You should be. The SayleSafety app is the easiest way to get you there.