Establishing technology resilience

Technology adoption rate and usage are driven by inherent behaviours and biases that limit its potential. Simply, mandating usage of a technology or software tool doesn’t understand or eliminate these biases or behavioural hurdles. A well thought and researched user-journey towards nudging them into exploring a “better tool” has to be conceived and delivered.

hazardous waste

Hazardous waste management

Managing hazardous materials is a challenging task for any manufacturing or a construction organization since controlling these products is highly regulated and involves greater liabilities throughout their lifecycle till they are part of the inventory of the facility. A greater care is required in storage, handling, use and disposition of these products.

EHS Training

Modern EHS Trainings

EHS training is very important part of EHS culture and it is often a legal requirement for an employer to provide it to all employees on recruitment, at induction, specific job deployment. Workplace safety training will impart employees with all the skills and knowledge they require to protect themselves and others against accidental deaths and injuries.

Occupational health

Overview on Occupational Health in India

Over 80% of India’s working population is part of the unorganised sector of which Agriculture is the main occupation in India giving employment to about 52% of the people. Less than 10% of Indian population are working in organised sector. Occupational health in India has still to compete with Primary & Curative health care services.