EHELIOS is a comprehensive Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) Suite of Applications designed to Increase Efficiency of administrative, operational, and business processes:
Benefits of EHelioS
- Provides Efficient methods for Sustained Compliance on One Universal Controlled Platform.
- Saves Money in Fine Avoidance and Time Managing EHS data.
- Visually pleasing, User-Friendly Experience, with Easy Navigation Consistent across all Applications.
- Tablet Compatible.
- Integrated Applications allow for Reuse of Centralized-Common “Master” EHS Data, ensuring consistency.
- Interfaces with ERPs (SAP) and OHM (Medical), HAAS (MSDS), HR (ADP).
- Scalable and Affordable for a small company, to a large organization.
- Ease of Transition: Supports your current, Word or Excel documents for reference.
Features and Functionality
- Easy access from any browser.
- Built on industry-standard Microsoft .NET technologies.
- Role-based user level security permissions.
- Integrated applications provide consistency for common functionality.
- Rollup searching/reporting by physical location and business organization defined as a hierarchy.
- Business process flowcharts and comprehensive user documentation.
- Multi-lingual capable - currently available in English, French, Polish, and Chinese.
- EHS Applications can be implemented independently.
- Pricing options to accommodate small businesses to global organizations.
Saves Money in Fine Avoidance and Time Managing EHS Data!
EHELIOS is offered as a Subscription-Based Software service (SaaS), providing Cost-Effective Solutions that can support the needs of enterprise organizations, enabling a solid foundation for a Comprehensive EHS Information Management system.
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The Lock Out/Tag Out (LOTO)
application provides a mechanism to document the process to systematically control specific hazardous energy sources for a piece of equipment. Once documented, this information can be printed in the form of an energy control procedure (ECP). The ECP provides the steps for an employee to shut down and start up a piece of equipment safely, as well as protect the employee from accidental start up while work is being performed. More Info
The Confined Space (CS)
application provides a way to determine if an area within a facility is a confined space (as defined by regulation) as a result of limited access, special inspection, cleaning, or permitting requirements. Confined Space allows you to document hazards, controls (including personal protective equipment required for both entry and rescue), and a rescue plan. The OSHA standard assessment question answers are retained to document the rationale for declaring a location either “confined” or “permit-required.” In addition, location entry events can be tracked with printed permits. More Info
The Shop Ergonomics (ERGO)
application provides a data repository where shop ergonomic practices and information can be assessed, managed, shared, and incorporated directly into business processes and culture. Utilizing Shop ERGO, impacts to personnel can be evaluated based on common criteria. This information can be used to identify and correct existing risk factors to facilitate a safe and productive work environment. More Info
The Office Ergonomics (ERGO)
application provides a data repository where office ergonomic practices and information can be assessed, managed, shared, and incorporated directly into business processes and culture. Utilizing Office ERGO, impacts to personnel can be evaluated based on common criteria. This information can be used to identify and correct existing risk factors and schedule the next assessment to facilitate a safe and productive work environment. More Info
The Operator PM
module provides a mechanism to document machine-specific instructions and pictures associated with equipment maintenance. These instructions are assigned a frequency (i.e., daily, weekly, monthly). Once the assessment is complete, this information can be printed in the form of an Operator PM Posting Report. More info
The PPE Assessment
module allows the assessor to document machine-specific personal protective equipment (PPE) assessments and outline the protective gear required for each part of the body when operating a piece of equipment. PPE Assessment uses a checklist that helps the assessor determine what hazards exist and what protective gear is necessary. Once the assessment is complete, this information can be printed in the form of the “PPE Dude” Report and may be posted at the equipment and used as an operator reference. More info
The Machine Guard (MG)
application allows the user to detail the equipment-specific machine guard assessment and inventory information. The machine guard checklist guides the assessor through questions aimed at ensuring all requirements of the machine guarding program are satisfied. MG allows the assessor to document what specific guards are necessary, the hazards they control, along with pictures showing the equipment once it is properly guarded. The printed Machine Guard Summary Report may be posted at the equipment and used as an operator reference. More Info
The EHS Management of Change (EMOC)
application provides a way to ensure that facility modifications, chemical changes, equipment moves or procurement, and process modifications are reviewed for EHS and facilities impacts. EMOC allows anyone in the company to submit and track a change request. Once submitted, an EMOC team is electronically notified and the review cycle begins. Team members review requests based upon approval categories and attach approval conditions as needed. Automatic e-mails are a key feature that allow the change management process to run smoothly and keep all appropriate personnel informed. More Info
The Corrective Action Request (CAR)
application offers a systematic process for tracking the tasks necessary to perform corrective action investigations, identify root causes, and implement corrective action plans in a timely manner. Automatic e-mail notifications facilitate timely resolution of tasks required to complete corrective actions. Corrective action requests can be issued and maintained from within other EHelioS applications. More Info
The Action Tracker (ACT)
application maintains the various action items involved with managing the EHS or Quality requirements of an organization. Action Tracker provides the ability to track action items independent of the subject matter covered in other EHelioS applications. An action item can be one-time or a recurring series based on a frequency and can be high level (Compact) or broken down into the line item tasks (Full). Action Tracker proactively reminds users via e-mail of coming due or overdue action items. More Info
The Risk Assessment (RA)
application provides a mechanism for identifying, prioritizing, and controlling risks to worker safety and the environment. RA’s methodology integrates environment, health, and safety analysis within a common framework for any type of process. RA identifies process hazards, steps, risks, and control measures. Users also have the option of completing an Industrial Hygiene assessment against physical, biological, and chemical hazards. More Info
The Incident Tracker (ITA)
application tracks and maintains medical (injuries, illnesses), other (near hits, unsafe acts), and environmental (spills, releases) incidents. Incident Tracker manages detailed information for each incident including initial input, automatic e-mail notifications, responsible organization, and OSHA recordkeeping. Integrated incident investigation is managed in the Corrective Action Request (CAR) application. ITA can also be linked to third-party medical software. More Info
Each EHelioS application provides a set of safety and management systems best practices and processes aligned with applicable regulations and delivered as a web-based solution. EHelioS applications can be used as standalone or as part of
an integrated solution. All applications provide summary and ad hoc reporting. (more info)
All applications provide summary and ad hoc reporting. (more Info)
The Waste Tracker (WST)
application provides a characterization methodology to detail the types of waste and scrap metal at a facility associated with operational processes. WST provides the capability to track all controlled wastes (hazardous, non-hazardous, universal, etc.) from point of generation (POG) to final disposition (shipment for disposal, treatment, reuse, or recycling) and provides automatic notification and reminders to help waste generators and handlers remain in compliance. More Info