ChemSW's 5 Keys to Successful Safety Inspections Webinar Now Available On-Demand
News Jan 08, 2013
ChemSW, Inc.'s webinar, 5 Keys to Successful Safety Inspections, is now available on demand on ChemSW's YouTube channel.
Are you spending hours performing safety inspections using a clipboard only to transcribe your findings when you return to your desk? Do you later discover corrective actions that were never addressed?
Learn how you can reduce the time it takes to manage inspections, as well as eliminate duplicate transcriptions and track deficiencies from discovery to closure.
Watch this webinar to learn how to:
• Manage inspections and corrective actions more efficiently
• Eliminate duplicate transcription tasks
• Reduce time spent planning and scheduling safety inspections
• Optimize data management and reporting capabilities
• Simplify and expedite inspection communications using automatic email notifications
During the webinar ChemSW's Technical Specialist/Inventory Consultant Nichole Lindgren discusses the top five keys that ensure a successful safety inspection process and how to use the latest technology to make your safety inspections as simple as 1.2.3.
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