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5 EHS Dashboards That Will Make Your Life Easier

EHS professionals have access to more data than ever before — but for most of us, there's too much information in our spreadsheets and databases to be usable.

Thank goodness for dashboards.

Dashboards help you quickly visualize and drill down on trends and patterns in your data. In today's post, we're going to dive in and look at 5 of the Perillon dashboards your peers are using to simplify data analysis and reporting.

1. Incident and near miss trends



The combined incident/near miss dashboard acts as an overall “safety scorecard” for your organization. You can analyze and report on multiple leading and lagging indicators to make your workplace safer.

What stats can you track?

  • Incident/near miss count by location
  • Lost time
  • Root cause
  • Direct and indirect incident costs by location
  • Corrective actions

2. Risk registry



The risk register dashboard gives your team and management a clear picture of your overall risk at any point in time.

Because it’s continuously refreshed with the latest information from your risk assessments, you can see the company’s overall risk profile in real time.

What stats can you track?

  • Number of assessments
  • Average score
  • Risk ratings by category
  • Risk scoring criteria
  • Risk assessments completed by date or location
  • Risks identified

3. Audit performance



The compliance performance dashboard lets you quickly analyze your compliance results in real time to spot trends and issues.

What stats can you track?

  • Average audit score by location
  • Number of issues by section or question
  • Audit score trends by facility

4. Corrective and preventive actions performance



With dashboards, you have real-time access to CAPA status tied to an incident investigation, assessment, or permit limit exceeded. You can rely on an up-to-date dashboard to quickly analyze trends and CAPA status and proactively manage progress at all levels.

What stats can you track?

  • Actions by facility, category, or date
  • Open vs. closed actions by user/group of users or location
  • Tasks on time by assignee or facility
  • Number of tasks by assignee

5. Quantitative environmental and sustainability metrics



The environmental and sustainability dashboard enables you to track and analyze huge volumes of air, water, and waste data in one central location. You’ll be able to make informed decisions based on timely and accurate environmental data visible in your dashboards.

What stats can you track?

  • Air, water, and waste data
  • Issues by exception
  • Usage and cost KPIs
  • Actuals vs. permit limits

The environmental and sustainability dashboard is highly configurable so that you can define your own goals and track progress.

The bottom line

EHS dashboards make your life easier by simplifying data analysis and reporting. The most useful dashboards are interactive, tied together, and based on real-time information. When shopping for EHS software, look for a solution that has built-in dashboards that you can begin using right away. Get a demo to see Perillon’s dashboards in action.

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