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EHS at Your Fingertips

Welcome to the Enviance Insider, the monthly newsletter from Enviance.
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Future EHS: The Rise of Progressive Web Apps

Up until very recently, native apps were the forefront of business technology across industries. And it’s little wonder – they’re fast, intuitive, and responsive across all mobile devices. However, advancements in mobile browser technologies have given rise to an even more flexible generation of apps... 

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Customer Spotlight: Johanna Vergoni, H.C. Starck

H.C. Starck's Fabricated Products division has been using Enviance solutions since 2010, including SDS Vault, Water and Air Solutions, Compliance Calendar, and Workflows. We talked to Johanna about how her background as a consultant and use of software solutions have helped her face challenges in the EHS arena...

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2018 Minnesota Safety & Health Conference

May 8-10, 2018

Safety is an "AND" business. EHS teams must manage risks on the road AND on the line AND at home. Brush up on the latest ways to deal with "AND" this week in Minneapolis.

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[ Webinar ] How to Build & Sustain the Value of Your EHS Software Investment

May 16, 2018

Join us at 3 pm ET to learn how how to quickly get value from your EHS solution and avoid common pitfalls during the implementation process.

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Verdantix Summit North America 2018

May 21-23, 2018

HSE professionals from diverse industries convene in Houston to share insights on how to improve outcomes with innovative software, mobile apps, drones, virtual reality training, and more. 

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National Safety Month

June 2018

June is National Safety Month! Join the NSC and organizations across the country as we work to reduce leading causes of injury and death at work, ensuring "No 1 Gets Hurt."

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