Your Remaining 2020 EHS Budget: It’s a Race to Use It or Lose It

2021 Budget Use or Lose It

2020 was a bumpy road for all of us. Start 2021 ahead of the race by taking your remaining budget and uplevel your organization’s environment, health & safety and quality efforts. It’s time to “Use it or Lose it.”

As an EHSQ professional, you have been on the frontline of this pandemic. Maybe you discovered that you were missing some of the tools you needed to help your organization and employees survive and thrive. Now is the time to “use it or lose it” when it comes time to spending your EHSQ budget and get those tools you need to beat the competition when it comes to EHSQ performance. Since there’s not much time left until 2021, now’s the time to up-level your EHSQ strategy:


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No one wants to leave budget money sitting on the table, but it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the choices available to you. You know you need to use it or lose it, but where do you start?

You can stock up on personal protective equipment, or you can make an investment that will allow you to start or continue to build a strategy to propel your EHSQ process to the next level. If you don’t know how to get started, we can help you navigate a speedy path to purchase.

There’s not much time left to “Use it or Lose it,” so here’s everything you need to get started in your journey building the right EHSQ Software Management System to maximize return on investment.

Take a journey with us to a better EHSQ performance. It’s just a click away.

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About Sandy Smith

Sandy Smith is the Global EHSQ Content Lead for Intelex Technologies. Formerly the Content Director for EHS Today, she has been writing about occupational safety and health and environmental issues since 1990. Her work as a journalist and editor has been recognized with national and international awards. She has been interviewed about occupational safety and health for national business publications, documentaries and television programs; has served as a panelist on roundtables; and has provided the keynote address for occupational safety and health conferences.

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