As we confront the challenges of the global COVID19 pandemic, it has brought a new focus to the health and safety of onsite frontline employees.
Additionally, most manufacturing industries face a skills shortage for operators, technicians, and engineers. This shortage means it’s of utmost importance to the business that the workforce both be safe and feel comfortable so they can focus on the job at hand.
One outcome of COVID19 has been a rapid acceleration of digital transformation initiatives. To improve workplace safety, progressive manufacturing companies have moved away from manual paper and spreadsheet-based systems. They have invested in modern, integrated enterprise EHS systems that enable mobile devices, real-time digital data gathering, leverage mobile with smartphone and tablets, and drive proactive initiatives using predictive analytics, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
Join this webinar to hear how your company can improve workplace safety, gain a competitive advantage in efficiency and quality, while increasing the ability to hire and retain top talent through a modern enterprise approach to health & safety.
Michael Bower, VP of Product Marketing EHS, ComplianceQuest
Michael oversees ComplianceQuest’s operations, delivery and strategy for the EHS Business Unit. He brings over 25 years’ experience delivering high value technology projects and programs. As a two-time founder of Salesforce applications, he brings knowledge and experience in business and strategy planning, project management, systems development, system integration, technical management and business development.
Julie Fraser, VP of Research in Manufacturing and Operations, Tech-Clarity, Inc.
Passionate about making clear the business value of technology for Industry 4.0. Julie is VP Research for Operations and Manufacturing at Tech-Clarity. Previously, she founded Iyno Advisors; and worked at AMR (now Gartner); Cambashi; Industry Directions; Berclain/Baan (now Infor). Her B.A. is from Lawrence University with honors, Phi Beta Kappa. She is fascinated by the organizational, cultural and personal transformations that drive success with new technology and approaches to manufacturing.