When faced with challenges you have two options: become a victim of circumstance or use the tools around you to turn them into an opportunity. With a Quality Management System (QMS), you can easily turn many operational challenges into opportunities for success.Read More
Quality and EHS convergence brings opportunities to streamline business processes and get a better view of compliance across the organization.Read More
Gone are the days when most dogs were relegated to a lonely backyard existence, when a pup might never set foot in the house (let alone take up more than their fair share of the bed). Nowadays, the most fortunate dogs are pampered with such delights as a dog massage, specialty bakeries and webcam-equipped pet hotels.
Today, we’re looking at quality management software from a dog’s perspective, focusing on things your dog wishes you knew about employee training, supplier management, corrective action and more.Read More
There are many life lessons taught in The Jungle Book. Some of my favorite quotes from the book that can be applied to Quality Management Software are:Read More
The questions you’ve always wanted to ask about the role of quality management systems and processes in underpinning quality culture across the enterpriseRead More
Two main ideas that Samurais reflect are training hard and preparing for the worst. That way, they are calm, cool and collected when attacked and can rely on their strong skillset to help them succeed.
Your quality management approach shouldn’t be all that different. Preparing like a Samurai could help your organization better handle the battle of adverse quality events.Read More
Scrambling to find a last-minute costume for your quality themed Halloween party? Don’t worry, we’ve got a few ideas for you.Read More
Almost 30 accidents occurred this year at BP’s operations site in Alaska. Of those incidents, five were considered “Tier 1 events,” which put the lives of employees at risk.
“We must change now,” said BP Alaska President Janet Weiss. “We must have a reset.”
The change she’s referring to is a change in safety culture. Out of date safety processes and a disengaged safety culture are causing these incidents that, if continue, will result in death or irreparable damage.
So what can BP—and companies in similar positions—do to overhaul their safety culture and make permanent changes?
Here are three aspects of EHS management to utilize to promote an improved safety culture.Read More
Behind the hype, how will the Internet of Things and wearable devices transform quality and health and safety processes in today’s businesses?Read More