The International Performance Management Institute (IPMI) will be delivering their highly successful and engaging EHS Management Institute programme, where EHS leaders will be attending from Fortune 1000 sized organisations across the U.S.
Airsweb have, again, partnered with IPMI to support the Institute programme and provide the opportunity to see how Airsweb AVA, launched in 2018, is becoming the EHS software of choice for organisations of any size or industry! VP Business Development NA, Don Ahearn and VP Global Account Management, Colin Ball will be showcasing AVA during the Institute providing EHS professionals with the opportunity to see why it is the most technologically advanced yet intuitive and easy to use EHS software on the market.
The EHS Management Institute is delivering an extensive programme to assist EHS Leaders in maintaining a culture of safety and sustainability in an ever increasing and evolving work environment. They will be evaluating strategies, comparing emerging platforms, benchmark against global strategic EHS trends and consider the influence of leading technologies.
It provides the development and insight opportunity to EHS leaders on changing trends and bring new ideas to their own company EHS strategy and delivery.
The Institute boasts over 20 leading global EHS speakers during the three days and offers a packed programme and unprecedented opportunity to explore and investigate upcoming EHS innovative technologies, emerging EHS trends and practical and sustainable strategies for managing the every-evolving EHS landscape.
Our team would love to demonstrate the power of AVA for you in a one-on-one demo. If you would like to learn more then arrange a demo today!Arrange a Demo
You may also be interested in these AVA modules.
Capture, manage and investigate incidents at the operational level. Analyse and report on incident performance at the executive level.
Understand hazards. Develop controls. Mitigate risk. Take a structured approach to managing quantitative and qualitative risk assessments.