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Pro-Sapien Software posted a blog post

Incident Management Month 2018 kicks off amid period of rising workplace injury rates

October 30, 2018 • Glasgow, UK • The third annual Incident Management Month campaign will begin on November 1, hosted by leading EHS software provider for SharePoint, Pro-Sapien. The month exists to celebrate and explore one of the cornerstones of EHS management with specially curated articles, a survey, and a webinar.  There has been a steady increase in workplace illness and injury in recent years. The scope of what is considered an illness at work is also changing: awareness of mental…See More
Oct 30
Pro-Sapien Software posted a blog post

Pro-Sapien announces new Word Add-In to tighten HSEQ Innovate and Microsoft Office integration

Press release • September 6, 2018 • Glasgow, UKPro-Sapien Software, specialist providers of EHS software on SharePoint and Office 365, has designed a new Microsoft Word Add-In for the flagship product, HSEQ Innovate. The add-in, available to clients using the Office 365 version of the software, solves several IT-related frustrations of an EHS professional’s day to day tasks.Microsoft Word remains a reliable, widely used…See More
Sep 6
Pro-Sapien Software posted a blog post

Safety Sign Colors and International Standards

Colors make a difference to our environment. They help us analyze the surroundings and distinguish between objects. We recognize plants as green and the sky as blue, whereas a frog, for example, can be either green or blue. Deviant colors, in this case blue, warns us about poisonousness. If we detect unusual colors in our food, for example, we associate them with rottenness, which then activates a warning in our mind “Don’t eat!” Colors cause diverse feelings and opinions, and even distinct…See More
Jul 19
Pro-Sapien Software posted a blog post

Aviation Safety – lightning protection and other lessons from the forerunner in safety

The first ever scheduled commercial air passenger flight took place in 1914 in the US. The flight was 23 minutes long and flew the distance from St. Petersburg to Tampa. Only one seat was available in this aircraft, and it was auctioned for $400 USD (over $5,000 today). Since then the aviation industry has come leaps and bounds, especially in terms of technology and safety, for which it is often held up as a leading example.Today, aviation is considered as one of the safest modes of…See More
Jul 16
Pro-Sapien Software posted a blog post

Free health and safety icons pack for public use published by Pro-Sapien and client ASCO Group

July 11, 2018 • Glasgow, UKPro-Sapien Software, specialist providers of EHS software on SharePoint and Office 365, has designed and published a pack of health and safety icons that EHS professionals can use in several ways. The free-to-download pack contains 135 icon images for Mandatory, Prohibition, Warning, Fire, Emergency and Company Standards pictograms that Pro-Sapien clients helped design.Although initially…See More
Jul 11
Pro-Sapien Software posted a blog post

Pro-Sapien announces new hosting service for Office 365 EHS software deployments

The new hosting service will open up the award-winning EHS system to mid-market organizations using Office 365 but who have not invested in Azure, the Microsoft Cloud.APRIL 19, 2018GLASGOW, UK • Pro-Sapien, provider of enterprise EHS&Q software on SharePoint and Office 365, has today announced an additional hosting option for clients. New customers can now opt to have Pro-Sapien manage the IT infrastructure, Microsoft Azure, required to access the EHS program.Up until now, clients using…See More
Apr 20
Pro-Sapien Software posted a blog post

Human Factors In Safety: How do stress and fatigue affect work?

What do we mean by human factors, and why are they important?"Human factors refer to environmental, organisational and job factors, and human and individual characteristics, which influence behaviour at work in a way which can affect health and safety" Health and Safety ExecutiveEvery person is different, meaning that there are as many variables to a job as there are people. Individuals come with a distinct set of skills and…See More
Nov 6, 2017
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Glasgow, Scotland
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Digital Marketing Executive
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Pro-Sapien
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Pro-Sapien Software's Blog

Incident Management Month 2018 kicks off amid period of rising workplace injury rates

October 30, 2018 • Glasgow, UK • The third annual Incident Management Month campaign will begin on November 1, hosted by leading EHS software provider for SharePoint, Pro-Sapien. The month exists to celebrate and explore one of the cornerstones of EHS management with specially…

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Posted on October 30, 2018 at 10:32am

Pro-Sapien announces new Word Add-In to tighten HSEQ Innovate and Microsoft Office integration

Press release • September 6, 2018 • Glasgow, UK…

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Posted on September 6, 2018 at 7:18am

Safety Sign Colors and International Standards

Colors make a difference to our environment. They help us analyze the surroundings and distinguish between objects. We recognize plants as green and the sky as blue, whereas a frog, for example, can be either green or blue. Deviant colors, in this case blue, warns us about poisonousness. If we detect unusual colors in our food, for example, we associate them with rottenness, which then activates a warning in our mind “Don’t eat!” Colors cause diverse feelings and opinions, and even distinct…

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Posted on July 19, 2018 at 7:34am — 2 Comments

Aviation Safety – lightning protection and other lessons from the forerunner in safety

The first ever scheduled commercial air passenger flight took place in 1914 in the US. The flight was 23 minutes long and flew the distance from St. Petersburg to Tampa. Only one seat was available in this aircraft, and it was auctioned for $400 USD (over $5,000 today). Since then the aviation industry has come leaps and bounds, especially in terms of technology and safety, for which it is often held up as a leading example.

Today, aviation is considered as one of the safest…

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Posted on July 16, 2018 at 9:02am

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HrishikeshRam posted a blog post

Hand Safety Tips

The number of workers doesn’t use their gloves when it fails to offer enough ability for the important task. Dexterity is quite crucial while performing many tasks, such as working with little parts, or when working in cramped conditions. The real issue is simply the glove – it doesn't give the required dexterity to perform these tasks, so laborers remove their gloves, making themselves vulnerable. Read more…See More
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Adam Fleming posted a blog post

How to Turn Your Cyber Incident Response (Plans from Blah) into Fantastic?

Let us face it. A cyber incident could happen to any organization that has a computer system that is connected to the Net. Well, the next question is, does such an organization exist? Almost no organization in today’s world, no matter of what size and which part of the world it could be in, can function without a cyber system. So, this means that simply any organization is vulnerable to a cyberattack and every organization should have a cyber incident response plan in place.The simplest way to…See More
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What is Service Level Agreement and what needs to be included in a SLA?

Today's world is different from the one our previous generations grew up in. Business activities have shot up in multifold ways. As business grows, activities required to make them run grow, too. The growth of the provision of services has added a new dimension to business. When business is merely about purchasing goods from a manufacturer or distributor and selling them at the retail level; there is no implicit or explicit, written agreement per se about the transactions made between the buyer…See More
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kate smith posted a blog post

Unravelling the FMLA

The FMLA was enacted with the purpose of helping qualifying employees keep their jobs while being able to attend family exigencies. There is some misunderstanding as to its provisions, though.The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), which is governed by the Wage and Hour Division (WHD) agency, is an attempt by the federal government to augment the policy of leaves for certain kinds of employees. It offers select employees of covered employers to take unpaid leave for certain purposes for…See More
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