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Building a Resilient & Sustainable Asset Safety Program

Oct 21, 2021

Sponsored by Alcumus

 

Having the ability to effectively protect against equipment failure and malfunction is essential to reduce workplace injuries and ensure business continuity. Risk arises from the inability to easily audit or trace equipment inspections across multiple locations and a lack of visibility into completed asset inspections. Without a modern approach, it can be challenging to maintain equipment safety to proactively mitigate risks on-site.

What you will learn:

  • Identify the most common causes of workplace injuries
  • Learn best practices to improve asset safety management
  • Apply steps to roll out a digital asset inspection program
  • Explore ways to improve asset safety with frontline workers

John Maynard – Senior Onboarding Specialist, Alcumus
john_maynardJohn has been helping companies keep their employees safe and equipment operating for the last 8 years. At Alcumus, he is responsible for training, onboarding, and consulting for customers of two different digital health and safety platforms. He works with large enterprise clients by providing online an on-site training, including multi-site onboarding. John is also a product expert when it comes to asset inspections and safety management in a variety of platforms.

Ryan Demelo – Senior Manager, Global Product Marketing, Alcumus
ryan_demeloRyan has extensive experience in design thinking and product management and leads Alcumus EHS & ESG portfolio go-to-market strategies. He is passionate about helping organizations build a more sustainable and resilient strategy to create safer, healthier, and more responsible practices.

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