A strong HSE culture engenders trust and engagement and delivers better business outcomes, but requires universal participation, commitment, and transparency. Good HSE intentions are often hamstrung by outdated, disparate management systems unfit for the modern workplace that demand real-time, local engagement from teams and data driven global insights. Such systems are often inadequate for the requirements of today's fast moving business environment, resulting in blind spots that many companies are completely unaware of until it is too late.
Veeva’s powerful, flexible, user-friendly and intuitive digital HSE solutions empower the organization from the factory floor to the boardroom enabling a shift from reactive to proactive HSE.
Veeva’s HSE Management Suite unifies, streamlines and harmonizes processes across HSE and quality. From incident reporting, audits and risk assessments, corrective and preventive action management, to documentation and training and more, everything is unified and integrated in a single system of record.
Report hazards, incidents and near-misses via desktop and mobile applications. Manage training, changes, audits, process hazard assessments (PHA), e-permit-to-work (ePTW) and other HSE actions digitally.
Leverage digital workflows, automatic notifications, and investigation tools to identify root causes, assign corrective actions and implement changes.
Manage a global risk register that integrates data and insights from audits, investigations, assessments and other HSE events.
Unify HSE risk with Quality risk and training in a single system of record and engagement.
Identify priorities and generate reports for real-time visibility into critical incident metrics with built-in dashboard and reports.
Establish incident report templates based on standardized formats suitable for partners or regulatory bodies (e.g., OSHA forms).
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“Safety is and must be the first leadership value of every organization. Caring about your people, and ensuring their wellbeing, is the foundation of what it means to be a sustainable business.”
- Olivier Carnet, Head of Supply Chain Excellence and Transformational Capabilities at Unilever