In today’s work environment, we are overloaded with more and more information but have limited time to process it. That is why it is so important to be efficient and focused in how you gather and share information for everyone’s benefit. The same is true for EHSQ/ESG management. The latest Release 14.1 of the Quentic software provides automated support for users to quickly complete tasks while on the go, adds greater commitment to risk assessments and safety instructions with digital signatures, and delivers enhanced options for documenting exposures to specific hazardous substances.
Quick to-do list for on the go
Corrective and preventive actions play a key role in the continuous improvement process (CIP). With Quentic, it is easy to plan relevant EHSQ and sustainability tasks, clearly organize their timely implementation, and later evaluate the effects achieved. Quentic 14.1 provides a corresponding personal task overview for mobile use with the Quentic App. This means that users can keep track of their tasks from anywhere, at any time, and easily document progress while on site. The mobile to-do list automatically focuses on the key actions that need to be taken and ensures a seamless hand-off to others once completed.
Confirmed acknowledgement thanks to digital signing
Employers are responsible for ensuring safe operations through risk assessments and safety instructions. Quentic organizes the way you store and distribute information with convenient overviews from which you can directly access the finished documents. Employees can now digitally sign such health & safety documents to provide their confirmation, eliminating the need for paper lists, routing slips, or the hassle of exchanging emails and files. This not only makes it easier for those in charge to organize the process, but also verifiably documents that employees have fulfilled their duty to read and understand necessary documentation.
Comprehensive exposure overview
There are specific rules that must be followed when handling hazardous substances in the workplace. Depending on the classification of the substances used, any contact must be recorded in an exposure register. Quentic covers the entire process: reporting by employees, follow-up by supervisors and specialists, careful filing, and case-related evaluation. With Release 14.1, exposure tracking has been extended to include CMR substances (carcinogenic, mutagenic, reprotoxic), other hazardous/non-hazardous chemicals, and biological agents, i.e., microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, or fungi. Users are provided with specific data forms to record relevant information.