EHA Soft Solutions developed the Saudi Aramco Suppliers Safety Management System Manual

June 6, 2014

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We developed the Saudi Aramco Suppliers Safety Management System Manual (SSMS) and now we have software tools which makes life easy for organisations who need to comply with these requirements.

The SSMS was designed to help companies develop a system that complies with the Saudi Aramco requirements as well as the International Management System Standard OHSAS18001. The Manual is different in that it not only explains what you need to do to implement a management system, but explicitly describes the steps you need to follow for achieving compliance.

Rather than using paper based system or rely on Excel and Outlook to improve safety, we can provide an out-of-the box solution that will meet all of your compliance requirements. The mai™ management system software tools make compliance with the requirements of Saudi Aramco SSMS a much easier task, and can save your organisation a lot of time and money, as well as significantly reducing the effort involved in getting OHSAS18001 certified.

Some feedback we received from a course we deliver for the SSMS and mai™ management system software:

“The course was fantastic. It made me understand how important a
good risk assessment is in order to have a good safety system”
 Ashraf S. Youssef, Ph.D
 Electronics & Electrical Industries Corporation
Dr Dan mentioned at the launch of the SSMS that risk assessment was the cornerstone of the whole system. After the training course, this is now very apparent. We can’t manage safety without an effective risk assessment process”
 Eng. Kamal Kayed Al-Hourani

Visit our Website or contact us today by phone + (1) 312 646-3741  or +353 21 4536034 or e-mail to find out more, or to reserve a place on one of our regular webinars.

EHA Soft Solutions CEO Dr. Dan Gallagher talking on the conference in Saudi Arabia

Influenza activity in Ireland during week 48

December 8, 2012

All indicators of influenza activity in Ireland were at low levels during week 48 2012. The sentinel GP influenza-like illness (ILI) consultation rate was 6.6 per 100,000 population in week 48 2012, a slight decrease compared to the updated rate of 7.8 per 100,000 reported during week 47 2012. ILI rates remain below the Irish baseline threshold (21.0 per 100,000 population). ILI rates remain at low levels in all age groups. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) positivity levels remained at high levels during week 48 2012, as expected for this time of year. During week 48 2012, no confirmed influenza cases were hospitalised or admitted to ICU. There were no reports of any influenza-associated deaths occurring during this period. No influenza/ILI outbreaks were reported to HPSC during week 48 2012.
There remains little evidence of sustained influenza virus transmission in Europe. Much of the clinical influenza activity reported in EU/EEA countries is probably due to other respiratory pathogens including RSV.

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