May 2008


Fine-tune compliance requirements for your company

Internet-based technologies improve managing environmental and safety information in petrochemical facilities

Goldenhersh, L. E., Enviance, Inc.

The Internet has substantially expanded choices when it comes to using environmental, health and safety (EHS) compliance software to better manage information for the refining and petrochemical industries. There are many technology options for managing compliance for hydrocarbon processing facilities. Such options include: software-as-a-service (SaaS), application service provider (ASP), client-server/behind-the-firewall (BTF) and build-and-deploy (BAD). With a set of acronyms like SaaS, ASP, BTF and BAD and multiple messages, confusion has increased about the available, applicable options. Yet, every company should understand the benefits and requirements from each information management op

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