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Enterprise solution helps to manage risk and compliance

The ProcessMAP Incident Management enterprise solution helps companies manage data and processes in order to improve performance related to environmental health and safety, risk management and other considerations. It streamlines reporting and tracking of worker injuries and illness, environmental issues, property damage and vehicular incidents. By creating enterprise-wide access to a web-based platform and improving organizational alignments, the program utilizes “big data” analytics to create actionable insights to improve safety efficiencies and mitigate risks. The program can also be used to centralize safety programs — that are often manual and fragmented — into a single centralized, cloud-based platform that streamlines data and provides realtime visibility to relevant metrics. The program also allows users to identify the most frequent types of incidents, to support ongoing-improvement initiatives. — ProcessMAP, Sunrise, Fla.

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