Mark Jaine, CEO of software-as-a-service maker Intelex Technologies, has a whole lot to say about building a highly successful Canadian technology startup that competes globally.
Jaine and other leading Canadian innovators, founders and executives, will be sharing their unique experiences and the lessons they’ve learned while creating some of Canada’s best startup successes at Elevate Toronto – a three-day festival celebrating tech innovation, that begins on Sept. 12.
The Intelex CEO and others will participate in a panel discussion on Sept. 13, talking about the mindset required for entrepreneurial success. They’ll discuss, among other things, the experience of dealing with adversity while continuing to move organizations forward, leadership in a fast-changing world, as well as giving tips and advice for start-ups and fast-growing companies.
Elevate Toronto is technology festival, described by it’s founders as a “passion and joy project.” It’s bringing together the city’s technology leaders for a showcase of … Read more...
American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Exposition (AIHce) June 4th – June 7th, 2017 Washington State Convention Center Seattle, WA
Intelex will be heading to Seattle, Washington to attend AIHce 2017 on June 4th!! This is Intelex’s first time, and we are very excited to join thousands of IH/OH professionals worldwide at this must-attend event.
If you are attending the show, stop by Booth #1613 to meet the Intelex team and be sure to attend Intelex’s presentations at the conference:
Education Session at AIHce 2017! Join our Product Solution Consultant, Matt Adams, as he demonstrates how you can move your organization through the EHSQ Maturity Curve during Tuesday’s Education Session. When: Tuesday June 6th Time: 2:00 – 3:00 pm Where: Room 303
Employee appreciation day is an opportunity for individuals to be recognized for their hard work and contribution to their company. It is an opportunity to celebrate the organization’s successes, and the effort that it has taken us to get here.
At Intelex, the praise just doesn’t come from Leadership Lexi Grams are a staple of Employee Appreciation day. When the cards go out, the office seems to carry a fresh energy. This year, Lexi Grams seemed to be on everyone’s mind. These cards are an opportunity for Cross-Functional peer to peer recognition throughout the organization. Thanking a colleague for going the extra mile, being a great sounding board, demonstrating leadership and innovation. It is easy to say ‘good job’ or ‘thank you’ and be done with it, but there is something special to coming into a desk with hand written notes of appreciation.
There are many organizations utilizing recognition software … Read more...
On February 8, 2017, I delivered a presentation to 138 attendees on Integrated Management Systems (IMS) at the monthly ASQ Toronto section meeting. To learn more about IMS, read The Case for EHSQ Integrated Management Systems. The audience consisted of a broad range of experts including CQEs, CQAs, CQIAs, CSSGB, CSSBB, management consultants, auditors, among others.
As part of the introduction, I asked the audience how many people have either heard about or were already familiar with Integrated Management Systems and I’d say about 40% of the audience raised their hands – which is a good sign! I was actually only expecting about 10 to 20 people to raise their hands. This definitely demonstrates that Integrated Management Systems is of interest to quality management professionals. The concept of an IMS becomes even more important because of the harmonization of standards due to the recent changes in ISO 9001:2015, ISO … Read more...
One of the biggest challenges for all professionals, including those in EHSQ, is determining the best way to leverage data to support your decisions and ideas. Data is the driving force behind most business decisions today, and it’s imperative that we all be able to use it to strengthen rather than confuse our positions.
Data visualizations are a great way to turn confusing data into consumable information.
But how do you know if you’ve picked the right EHSQ charts for your report? How effective are your dashboards? Follow these three simple rules and improve the impact of your data visualization:
NSC’s 2016 Congress & Expo October 17th-19th, 2016 Anaheim Convention Center Anaheim, California
NSC’s 2016 Congress & Expo is only a week away and Intelex is thrilled to attend. The Congress & Expo event is one of the world’s largest safety events, attracting more than 14,000 EHS professionals annually.
To encourage attendees to get the most out of the “Expo” portion of the event, Intelex is supporting the Attendee Passport Challenge. Come by Intelex Booth #1370 to get your stamp. Additionally, make sure to fill out our onsite survey for the chance to win a $250 Amazon gift card!
Onsite will be EHSQ Advisor Tobin Howes, Product Manager Bryan Smith, Health and Safety Practice Lead Eric Morris, Director of Product Marketing Jason Dea, and SVP of Product Management Robin Hopper. If you are interested in booking a product demonstration at the event, please email your preferred time slot to Tobin … Read more...
We are thrilled to announce that the countdown to IGNITE PERFORMANCE 2017 has officially begun—mark the date April 11th-13thin your calendars now! After last year’s incredible success, we are very proud to be returning to our home in Toronto, Canada!
Ignite Performance is an annual event hosted by Intelex that brings Environmental, Health & Safety, and Quality professionals from around the world to Toronto for 2.5 days of networking, training, learning, sharing, and celebrating. Ignite Performance is the single largest annual gathering of Intelex Users from across the world, and is the perfect opportunity for you learn how to take your Intelex solution to the next level!
Before we get ahead of ourselves and start gushing about all the new and exciting benefits you can expect this year, let’s cover the basics to get you on your way to registration!
Where is the conference?: The Hilton Toronto, Canada… Read more...
At the heart of safety management is the desire to create a safer workplace, where employees’ well-being is valued and protected. What is often understated is the influence that safety has beyond ensuring everyone goes home at the end of the day. The bottom line, both literally and figuratively, is that an effective safety management program saves manufacturing organizations like PACE Industries $1.2 US million in workers compensation dollars. PACE was able to achieve these results by using Safety Management Software. Effective Safety Management Software standardizes and simplifies safety processes, leading to fewer incidents, safer employees, and noticeable returns.
Intelex is heading back on the road again after a great start to our spring conference season at Partners in Prevention, AIAG’s Corporate Responsibility Summit and Enform’s 65th Petroleum Safety Conference. We are very excited about our conference line-up and the chance to connect in person with you. Check out our conference line up below and let us know if you are attending or will be in the area at the time!
Our next stop is Cincinnati, OH for NAEM’s Compliance Excellence Conference! This conference brings together EHS professionals from diverse backgrounds to discuss the most effective ways to reduce risk, ensure compliance and drive business results. Come visit booth #2 to discuss how Intelex can help your organization along it’s EHSQ&S journey with our Chief Strategy Officer, Elie Mouzon and Environment Practice … Read more...
Every year on April 22nd since 1970, people around the world commit themselves to a day of going green. Earth Day symbolizes the collective initiative we needmusthave in order to instil a new, positive impact on our environment. But that’s exactly what it is, a symbol. The environmental consciousness that comes with this day must expand into a practice that lasts all year round.
The theme for Earth Day 2016 is “Trees for the Earth.” North Carolina State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences conducted a study concluding one tree can absorb as much as 48 pounds of carbon dioxide per year and can sequester 1 ton of carbon dioxide by the time it reaches 40 years old. They reduce soil erosion, lift up to 100 gallons of water from the ground to the air (in only a day), and one large tree can provide … Read more...