Wolters Kluwer launched its first Enablon Vision Platform enhancements of 2024, bringing enhanced ease-of-use, analytics and data visualization capabilities to operations, environmental, and safety teams, worldwide. The Enablon Vision Platform helps users lay the foundation for integrated risk management, by integrating, automating, and streamlining governance, risk, compliance, health and safety, environment and sustainability, business continuity, and internal audit practices across the organization. The platform provides a single source of truth for integrated risk management, and empowers users and executives to make better, more informed decisions.

From supporting field staff in achieving an incident-free work environment, to simplifying environmental data collection, enterprises use the platform to harmonize their risk approach and drive continuous improvement - from the plant floor to the executive suite. Notable additions included in the Enablon Vision Platform Version 9 2023 SP3 release include: The ability for Enablon early adopters to access Open Insights, a new analytics functionality which visualizes EHS, ESG and integrated risk data across sites, to empower users to make impactful changes and improve on-site safety performance. Users can also now track and perform baseline analyses of Scope 1 and Scope 2 Greenhouse Gas (GHG)emissions; track site-specific performance against ESG key performance indicators; and facilitate ESG disclosures by sharing data seamlessly with the Enablon ESG Excellence solution.

EHS managers can also now use near real-time insights to increase onsite performance with baseline analyses for risks across different sites; and track lagging and leading indicators including events, observations, and inspections; Improved mobile functionality, including simplified design and increased accessibility of the platform?s Action Plan task interface; the ability for users to navigate away from the Enablon Go app while it performs background tasks; and the ability to submit safety events for review directly from the mobile app; New Process Hazard Analysis functionality, which helps process safety managers and front-line workers improve safety, reduce downtime, and protect the surrounding environment by identifying, digitalizing, and relationally visualizing a range of risks, from equipment failures to human factors; New features that enhance the user experience for Control of Work safety processes, including better categorized, full-page navigation on the desktop, tablet, and mobile device. Users can now also access granular details in isolation certificates, and benefit from enhanced usability of start work checklists and shift management features; New features that enhance Environmental, Health, Safety and Quality (EHSQ) processes, including the ability to connect root cause analyses to action plans; the ability to add new or link to existing best practices directly from a specific incident; new functionality that enhances the accuracy and efficiency of sharing chemicals management data; and new features for Shift Management (formerly Field Operations) that increase usability, role management and viewing options.