Pamala Bobbitt, Vice President of Product Marketing at Cority, says, “One of my passions is helping people understand how technology can support, not re-create, their programs.” ISHN asked Bobbitt some questions on how companies are adapting to EHS technology.
The larger your workforce, the harder it is to keep everyone on the same page and ensure the health and safety of your employees. That’s why so many companies today turn to EHS software to centralize and standardize the management of their people and critical EHS tasks.
It's not a product mark, so don't look for it on the label. QSSP stands for Qualified Safety Sales Professional, and you'll find those four letters after the names of safety sales professionals who have prepared themselves to be your partners in prevention of worker injuries and illness.
If you're headed to the Safety 2014 Conference & Expo in Orlando June 8-11, make sure you stop by the ISHN booth to vote on the top, most innovative EHS products in the second annual ASSE Attendee Choice Awards.
For decades the safety products market as known was a rather sleepy commodity market (a hard hat is a hard hat is a hard hat, etc.) with few technological breaththroughs. That was then, this is now. The expo floor this week at Safety 2013 showcased more tech innovations than I have seen in coming to ASSE national meetings for 30 years.
Many of the thousands of attendees at Safety 2013 are making their way to booth 1185 in the Las Vegas Convention Center to vote in the Safety 2013 Attendee Choice Awards for the most innovative EHS products and services.
For the first time, ISHN magazine and the American Society of Safety Engineers are collaborating on the Safety 2013 Attendee Choice Awards, held on the Las Vegas Convention Center expo floor at ASSE’s Safety 2013. For those of you attending, stop by ISHN booth 1185 to see the display of more than 70 product entries and cast your vote for the most innovative products and services.