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Brian Stenson

As Vice President of Customer Success, Brian is responsible for ensuring that the ProcessMAP’s software helps customers reach new levels of EHS performance, meeting and exceeding their established internal objectives. Prior to joining ProcessMAP, Brian was the Global Technology Lead for the EHS Information Management Practice at CH2M Hill where he was responsible for furthering the technical capabilities of the practice. Before CH2M Hill, Brian was the Corporate EHS Manager with FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation. At FUJIFILM, he supported environmental, safety, sustainability, product stewardship, and transportation compliance for the sales, service, distribution, and manufacturing divisions.

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Using Data to Plan Effective Safety Stand-Downs

Posted by Brian Stenson on May 11, 2017

During the National Fall Prevention Safety Stand-Down, from May 8-12, OSHA encourages employers and workers to hold discussions, demonstrations, and training sessions related to safety, hazard recognition, and fall prevention.

However, sometimes even the best ideas are met with objections. Below are two common objections/challenges you will likely encounter when planning a Safety Stand-Down – and what you can do to overcome them and plan effective Stand-Downs at your organization.

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Topics: EHS Software, Safety, Business Intelligence, Business Insights, health and safety management

Building a Business Case for Safety in an Era of Change

Posted by Brian Stenson on April 26, 2017

Change is in the air. Regardless of your position on the political spectrum, it’s important to acknowledge that the changes in the regulatory landscape may impact how companies decide to manage employee health and safety. One school of thought purports that fewer regulations will further challenge EHS professionals to gain buy-in from the C-suite when it comes to prioritizing EHS performance as a strategic objective, resulting in budget and manpower reduction.

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Topics: EHS Software, Safety, Business Intelligence, Business Insights, health and safety management

The 5 Elements of World-class Behavior Based Safety (BBS): Part 3 - Evaluating Progress Using BBS Data

Posted by Brian Stenson on September 30, 2016

This is the final post in a three-part series on Behavior Based Safety (BBS). In Part 1, I provided a high level overview of BBS programs and the five components that comprise a word-class program. Part 2 covers how to analyze observation data in order to identify critical at-risk behaviors, generate solutions, and change behavior. 

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Topics: EHS Software, Safety, Behavior Based Safety,

The 5 Elements of World-class Behavior Based Safety (BBS): Part 2 – Analyzing Your BBS Data to Generate a Solution

Posted by Brian Stenson on September 16, 2016

Two weeks ago, I posted The 5 Elements of World-class Behavior Based Safety (BBS): Part 1, the first post of a three-part series on Behavior Based Safety (BBS). In that post, I provided a high level overview of BBS programs and the five components that comprise a word-class program. 

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Topics: EHS Software, Safety, Behavior Based Safety,

The 5 Elements of a World-class Behavior Based Safety (BBS) Program: Part 1

Posted by Brian Stenson on August 30, 2016

Introducing a Behavior Based Safety (BBS) program is a great way to change an organization’s safety culture, if done correctly. The programs I have seen over the years have taken many forms. 

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Topics: EHS, EHS Software, BBS, Behavior Based Safety,

From Inception to Influence: The Maturity Curve of EHS, Risk, and Quality

Posted by Brian Stenson on July 29, 2016

Remember the saying, “Rome wasn’t built in a day?” As you know, neither is world-class EHS performance. 

With the increased pressure on EHS professionals, some people are expected to move from paper reports to predictive analytics overnight. Others are tasked with leaping from an incident rate of five to zero in just one quarter. In the frenzy to meet increasing demands, the level of effort required to achieve world-class EHS results sometimes gets overlooked.

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Topics: EHS, Safety, Risk & Compliance, EHS Management System, Business Insights

Spending 15 Minutes Can Save You One Full Time Employee

Posted by Brian Stenson on June 10, 2016

Computers should make our jobs easier and save us time. Unfortunately, the time savings of technology is sometimes overlooked. A typical function of EHS/Risk software is to keep a record of injuries and incidents. When working with customers, I am occasionally presented the challenge, "It takes 15 minutes to complete the incident report in this software, that's too long!"

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Topics: EHS, EHS Software, EHS Management System, Business Insights

Implementing EHS Software: Part 2

Posted by Brian Stenson on September 3, 2015

In part one of my post, I discussed the importance of risk as it relates to EHS management and which tools are better suited for different stages of the process.

So let’s presume that you’re ready to go beyond managing risk, to preventing and predicting risk. That means you have to transition from Microsoft Excel.

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Topics: EHS, Incident Management System, Environmental, EHS Software, Risk & Compliance, Business Insights

Implementing Environmental, Health, and Safety Software

Posted by Brian Stenson on August 24, 2015

So, you want to implement software to manage Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) related risk within your organization?

Managing risk is an important part of what an EHS professional does every day. I should know; I spent 15 years designing and running programs designed to maintain compliance, support operations, control costs, and most importantly…keep people safe. 

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Topics: EHS, EHS Software, Sustainability, Risk & Compliance, EHS Management System, Business Insights

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