8 Checklists for 2020: A Quick Way to Check In and Level Up Your EHSQ Programs

These checklists from Intelex offer practical advice about managing aspects of safety like slips and falls and electrical hazards, help you touch base with employees during these stressful times, offer insight into your organization’s preparedness planning, provide guidance on quality issues like voice of customer and 5S, and much more!

Don’t Be Shocked – A Checklist for Electrical Safety – While the objective of protecting the safety of their employees continues to be a strong focus for employers, there still needs to be more checks in place to reduce injuries.

Embrace the New Age of Digital Learning: Training Management in the Age of COVID-19 – Learning and training is more important than ever. When the world moves quickly, sometimes in unexpected ways, we need to make sure our training can keep up and give our teams what they need to survive and thrive.

Back to Work Checklist for Mindful Leaders – While strategic vision and laser-focused execution make a strong leader, that’s only half the equation. Employees are an organization’s biggest asset, which means that providing direction, support, an environment conducive to open dialog and feedback is what ultimately leads to increased employee satisfaction and engagement.

Using Quality to Meet New Challenges: A Maturity Model for Measuring the Culture of Quality in Healthcare – With the complexities associated with the healthcare industry today, it’s critical to find long-term solutions to address current challenges. According to experts in the field, introducing and maintaining a culture of quality is one of the best ways of achieving this. 

Business Continuity Checklist – A 10-Point Checklist for Organizational Resilience – If you want to prepare your organization for any changes that may unfold in the near or distant future, then preparation is key.

How Customer Complaints Software Helps You Capture Voice of the Customer – Exceeding customer expectations continues to be an overarching goal for most organizations. In fact, in recent years, businesses have incorporated the Voice of the Customer (VOC) to shape and measure customer satisfaction. 

Walking-Working Surface Inspection Checklist – According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are over 700 fatalities caused by slips, trips and falls each year in the United States. Given these alarmingly high numbers, it’s clear that organizations need to put more focus in and dedicate more resources towards developing and executing walking-working surface programs.

How Document Management Software Helps You Meet the Requirements for ISO 9001:2015 – Unlike previous iterations of ISO 9001, ISO 9001:2015 does not prescribe specific approaches to document governance.  Instead, it is up to each organization to determine its approach to the maintenance and retention of documentation.

Business Continuity Checklist: Hoping for the Best, Preparing for the Worst – A solid business continuity business plan needs to be extensive enough to meet key objectives: to effectively mitigate and manage risk to minimize the costs caused by disruptions.

Mobility Solutions for Quality Management: Critical Information Where and When You Need It – You need to capture quality data at any time, at any place, and on any device. Tracking nonconformances and corrective actions through spreadsheets or in-house solutions simply won’t cut it anymore.

Fewer Cars, Deadlier Roads – A Checklist for Safe Driving – It comes as no surprise that harsh winter conditions can make protecting worker safety challenging. As such, leaders have put a serious focus on winter preparedness, with enhancing motor vehicle safety high on the list of priorities. 

How Lean Can Help You Reduce Costs by Identifying Waste in Your Organization – Meeting your targets doesn’t mean your organization is efficient. What’s the best way to continuously improve organizational efficiency in an increasingly unpredictable world?

Employer Preparedness Plan Requirements Checklist – Smart employers know they need to develop and implement a plan that facilitates a safe return to productivity. But what information should be included in that plan?

Quality 4.0 and IIoT: A Maturity Model for Organizational Preparedness – The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Quality 4.0 are providing the foundation for the future of quality. But are you ready?

Understanding Safety and Quality Culture in Construction: A Checklist for Practitioners – Construction projects feature complex interactions between several parties, including architects, engineers, builders, and users. As a result, it can be difficult to create a cohesive organizational culture that allows every worker to meet their obligations, take pride in their work, and help propel the financial interests of the business to the best of their ability.  

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