When we learned Valvoline, named one of America’s Safest Companies for 2017 by EHS Today, was a customer of ProcessMAP and had deployed several of the company’s cloud-based solutions, we wanted to hear more.
With the goal of using technology to optimize safety performance, Valvoline deployed ProcessMAP’s Incident Management, Audit Management, Permits Management, Activity Management, Event Management and Sustainability Performance Management solutions in its manufacturing and retail locations in 2016. Since then, the company has seen improved safety performance, increased employee engagement and risk reduction as it works toward building a zero-incident workplace.
“Measuring safety initiatives with globally dispersed employees can be tedious and time-consuming for organizations, especially when there’s not company-wide buy-in at all levels,” said Harold Gubnitsky, president at ProcessMAP. “With a digital solution, organizations can enhance operational processes to improve the timeliness of reporting and utilize data to drive corrective actions. Valvoline knows that prevention is key to a successful safety process and we are pleased to help the company meet internal safety benchmarks.”
Gubnitsky also serves as chief strategy officer for ProcessMAP, which offers cloud-based enterprise software solutions that enable organizations to manage risk in three key areas: employee health and safety, environment and sustainability and enterprise compliance. He is responsible for corporate development, strategy, strategic relations and business development, and has served as a founding board member of the company since 2000. He recently sat down with EHSToday.com to talk about software solutions, risk management around the world and what he’s hearing from his clients like Valvoline, Goodyear, CardinalHealth, Barill, Harley-Davidson, Republic Steel and PPG about their challenges.
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