Kitry-EHS is a specialised application solution. The solution is built upon modules, which together offer complete functional coverage of the legal and operational requirements of the medical and risk prevention services. These modules, can be implemented together or separately depending upon the requirements.It is an evolutionary solution built around libraries of functional components which constitute a 'framework'. This architecture enables us to select the components necessary to deliver required solution. The depth of the solution is a factor which is taken into account from the very start of the design of EHS, any complementary developments which may prove to be necessary are integrated naturally into the solution.The Kitry approach brings together the service providers for health and safety and fully involves the management of human resources and data-processing in order to deliver an integrated solution. Moreover, this solution is available in several languages and is completely adapted multi-site operation. Kitry-EHS integrates with the Client's HR system if desired.EHS is a user friendly and easy to use solution thanks to continuously ongoing thorough ergonomic research.
The Health Module makes it possible to automatically identify and highlight in the medical diary those personnel exposed to situations where the potential risks require particular medical supervision. These links are made by using both the legislative texts (noise, asbestos, radiation, lead, etc.) and the 'inhouse' risk prevention policy.
The advantage of this dual approach is its thoroughness which ensures that nobody who is potentially at risk gets forgotten, assuming obviously that risk evaluations were carried out initially by the safety function.
Safety Module - Chemical Inventory and References, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), KITRY-EHS includes an integrated MSDS module which makes it possible to carefully manage the complete specifications of chemical products using the 16 sections of the Material Safety Data Sheet.The data is clearly structured and can be linked with workplace hazard definitions, in order to optimise exploitation by search and retrieval tools and statistical analysis tools.