Webinar: Improve Compliance and Jobsite Safety with Mobile Devices and the Cloud

An EHS Today Webinar, Presented and Sponsored by ProntoForms

Date: Now Available On Demand
Duration: 1 hour
Cost: Free

As pressures rise for EHS professionals to do more with less money, efficient health and safety protocols become increasingly important. The best EHS reporting tools can help ensure machines are up and running full-time, keep employee training up to date, and help avoid the pitfalls of having to recruit and train part-time replacements if employees are injured on the job.

This webinar will outline how safety data collection on iPhones and iPads combined with a cloud-based back-office system like Box can transform your EHS program into an all-around business support system. 

Join us as leading mobile forms provider ProntoForms explores how safety data collection on iOS devices can integrate with back-office systems such as Box to produce a safer, more compliant workplace.

Topics will include: 

  • The perks of collecting data on a mobile device over paper
  • How sharing information digitally improves EHS compliance, workplace safety, and team efficiency 
  • The importance of accessible EHS reporting, short- and long-term 
  • Back-office impacts of mobile solutions in the field 
  • How to take your business from paper forms to digital forms
  • Real-life impacts of mobile data collection and cloud integration
  • Where your team can save time and money in the field

Register Today!

 Mark Scott, VP of Marketing, ProntoForms 

Mark Scott brings more than 20 years of marketing experience to the leadership team at ProntoForms. Scott has developed and managed marketing strategies and projects for several companies and institutions, including Rolls Royce (Aerospace and Industrial Marine divisions) and the Canadian Space Agency (Microgravity Sciences and RADARSAT). Most recently, he was a Senior Advisor at Optosecurity, a venture-financed company developing new patented products for the aviation, military, and critical infrastructure security markets. Scott graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec.