The DataPipe Approach
The DataPipe philosophy is built around
integration. Because DataPipe is a modular software
solution, an organization has the ability to add on
components as they need to expand their business
requirements. In doing so, you can move from a
series of home grown systems which include stacks of paper
and notebooks, excel and access micro applications and
finally those in-house systems built by IT that you were
told would work great.
Integration has tremendous benefit.
DataPipe exploits them all. And whether you have one
module or fifty, your
DataPipe system will share and integrate your data in a
way you could never manage before allowing for trending,
risk analyses and ultimately a verifiable ROI.
The Big Picture
There are generally a few questions you
need to ask to determine what type of software package is
best suited to your organization. First, what kind
of data do you want to manage? If you just want to
do MSDS lookups, then DataPipe may
be for you. But
if you want to track MSDS and chemical inventory while
dealing with cradle to crave waste management, or if you
want to run a risk management program while tracking all
your audits and corrective actions, while at the same time
managing injuries near misses and any subsequent clinic
visits or workers comp cases then DataPipe is exactly what
you need. DataPipe can do as much or as little
of EH&S management as you want. Because it is
modular you have this luxury.
DataPipe EHS is an integrated modular EH&S
system designed to collect and manage all your EH&S data.
Most organizations track this data over many disciplines
and each group has its own way of collecting and managing
it. In a perfect world, all your data can be combined into
one centralized and integrated system.
Defining Your System
DataPipe is a modular based data management
system with complete coverage of Environment, Health and
Safety. Whether your organization's goal is to integrate
every discipline into one centralized data repository thus maximize your analysis and
trending abilities, or if your organization would rather
start out small and build your way up to a all
encompassing system, DataPipe has modules that will fit
your needs. These are the
steps to take to define your
The DataPipe License Fee
The DataPipe license fee is derived from
two variables: The number of modules you select and
the number of concurrent users you allow access to the
system. More info on
calculating your License Fee.
Your Next Few Steps
Now that you have reviewed some of the
basics on the website its time to dig your heals deeper
into the product. Here are the
next few steps that you
Implementation (what's involved)
Whether you have DataPipe installed onsite
(within your organizations intranet) or at an
provider (ASP), implementation of some extent will be
required. For the most part this simply involves
setting up users and permission for the new system. This
article will overview some of the different tasks you will
want to carry out during
Learn More about
Once your system is installed, either on
your own site within your own network, or at an ASP
running remotely, training is the next step.
Training is broken down into two areas.
End-User Training and