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The Journal for Employee Protection
The Journal for Employee Protection
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The profitability of an industrial organization often hinges on its ability to optimize safety, compliance and productivity. Regardless of the circumstances, the human factor plays a greater role than any other factor in business success.
Industrial facilities of all sizes are often concerned with the management
of employees, contractors and visitors. To this
end, they’re faced with challenges that include the growing scale of
operations; changing safety, security and regulatory standards; demanding
worker readiness and compliance management issues, and operational efficiency
Industrial facilities around the world face challenges to manage their
workforce efficiently. They need tools, insights and know-how to make plant and
personnel safer, operations more productive, resources more effective,
businesses more compliant, and labor costs more controllable.
In particular, plant owners/operators must find better ways to:
Industrial facilities and other sites are under numerous workforce-related
pressures. All-to-often, however, they utilize
manual efforts and processes resulting in increased safety incidents and
non-compliance—along with associated penalties, productivity loses and
problems include worker data held in
disparate, non-integrated systems or isolated in silos, duplicate data entry
using paper-based tools, difficult validation checks, and slow and inefficient
approval processes. Storing worker information in spreadsheets can lead to
errors, limits data visibility to a small group of people, and involves
laborious and time-consuming processes.
In addition, industrial firms may lack real-time enforcement of company
policies and compliance status, or don’t get prompt notifications of compliance
issues. They also deal with lost on-site productivity by employees, as well as excess
work hours billing by contractors. And non-compliance risk is always a concern.
Access control at some industrial sites is sub-par, and worse yet, plant managers can only do basic mustering with limited functionality. This problem is exacerbated by poorly integrated point solutions. There is also high cost and maintenance associated with custom software for these applications. Moreover, the software may not scale well across sites or the entire organization.
“Honeywell’s advanced, integrated Digitized Workforce Management solution is intended to improve productivity”
Implementing digitized solutions
Industrial facilities can collaborate with major automation suppliers like
Honeywell to put the power of digitization to work to improve their workforce
management capabilities. Honeywell’s advanced, integrated Digitized Workforce Management solution
is intended to improve productivity,
safety, security and compliance for employees, contractors and visitors.
Honeywell provides an end-to-end solution for workforce management featuring
seamless integration with the Honeywell EIS access control system, Enterprise Resource
Planning (ERP) systems and Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS). It enables
users to deploy a secure, web-based system allowing easy access to multiple
stakeholders, while also expanding visibility and measurability to a single
pane of glass (SPG).
Honeywell’s broad workforce management solution includes:
Benefits for industrial facilities
Industrial facilities employing Honeywell’s innovative digital workforce
management solution are able to address a wide range of workforce-related
needs. This includes:
With Honeywell’s proven approach, high-risk industrial operations can
expand compliance visibility at any location—at any time. Plant operators
reduce the risk of penalties and reputational damage by improving compliance
and lowering the probability of safety incidents. They also see up to an 80
percent reduction in mustering time.
Industrial facilities with a large workforce can decrease the time and effort
for Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) administration by up to 40 percent
compared to offline systems. Likewise, they can reduce the inspection time for
PPE and other safety devices by approximately 30 percent.
In summary, Honeywell’s digitized solutions enable companies with a
distributed workforce to save time in compliance management, and avoid lost
work hours and penalties resulting from worker non-compliance.
Honeywell Digitized Workforce Management is the key to digitally transform
safety, security and productivity processes. With this solution, industrial facilities
can digitize and automate crucial workforce tasks ranging from onboarding and
competency management, to training, certification policies and contractor
management. They can also establish a proactive compliance process and a safe work
environment, while providing real-time, unified information to different
parties throughout the organization.
For more information, visit us at https://hwll.co/DWM.
Honeywell (www.honeywell.com) is a Fortune 100 technology company that delivers industry-specific solutions that include aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings and industry; and performance materials globally. Our technologies help aircraft, buildings, manufacturing plants, supply chains, and workers become more connected to make our world smarter, safer, and more sustainable. For more news and information on Honeywell, please visit www.honeywell.com/newsroom
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