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How EHS Mobile Technology Can Elevate Safety & Boost Productivity

Mar 27, 2024

Sponsored by Origami Risk


Sponsored by Origami Risk. As today’s safety landscape evolves, you must leverage technology to improve your organization’s safety audits, inspections, incident reporting and more. Review real-world examples that showcase how mobile apps can elevate safety practices, streamline processes and improve data accuracy — all while enhancing overall productivity. Gain actionable insights and enrich your safety initiatives by applying best practices for mobile app adoption, including key features to consider, strategies to overcome challenges and methods to ensure seamless integration.

What You Will Learn

  • • Develop a better understanding of EHS mobile technology and how it can benefit your organization
  • Assess the various features of EHS mobile technology
  • Review best practices in implementing EHS mobile technology

Michelle Huizenga, Principal Solution Architect, EHS, Origami Risk
Michelle HuizengaMichelle Huizenga has more than 17 years of experience in software support, system consultations and client service in EHS and risk management technology. As a principal solution architect with Origami Risk, Huizenga leads the implementation of new client accounts, provides ongoing client support and delivers innovative solutions. She began her career as a systems analyst with Walgreens and also worked with Marsh ClearSight in a variety of roles, including manager of delivery services and lead solution architect. Huizenga has a bachelor’s degree in industrial management with a concentration in management information systems from Purdue University.

Cameron Schwartz, Sales Associate, EHS, Origami Risk
Cameron SchwartzCameron Schwartz is a sales associate with Origami Risk, where he has also served as a client executive. During his career, Schwartz consulted with businesses and was an IT director in the concrete industry before transitioning to a focus on workplace safety. In industry, he used the Origami platform to drive change. He holds a certification in occupational health and safety from Columbia Southern University and is currently pursuing the associate safety professional certification.


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