At Frontline, we have many clients in the oil & gas and chemicals sectors, both of which are heavily regulated by OSHA’s process safety management (PSM) standard. But in the past few years, we’ve noticed a shift in the EHS field:
Many companies who don’t fall under PSM are adopting change management strategies.
And that’s what we covered during our webinar, Streamline Change Management with Frontline MOC. This webinar was moderated by our Senior Marketing Coordinator, Ceren Dulgar.
She spoke with Alyssa Bowman of our customer support team and Conrad Bergeron of our sales team to unpack how our clients use Frontline MOC to manage all different types of changes.
The purpose of a change management tool
The main purpose of a change management system is to control how organizational changes are made. It does this by providing a structured workflow that employees must follow. That way, making changes to things like processes or equipment (among others) is less complicated.
From the sales perspective, Conrad shared that his team has seen “more and more companies adopting this change management procedure,” a sign that its benefits extend far beyond regulatory compliance.
Alyssa listed out some of the biggest adopters of change management, which included:
- Food and beverage
- Oil & gas
The theme of this discussion was that the applications of our change management tool apply to many industries. The software gives you the tools to oversee changes, but how you apply those tools is entirely up to you.
Different uses of MOC software
During the webinar someone asked whether Frontline MOC is a project management tool. Alyssa answered this, explaining that the tool offers a standard workflow with several optional stages, including a collaboration stage.
She explained that companies can decide on a case-by-case basis which optional stages they want to use within the tool. This allows for the flexibility to use it for project management oversight.
Learning more about Frontline MOC
View a full version of the webinar here.
We’d also like to invite you to schedule a demo with our sales team to learn more about the tool. During the demo process, we’ll learn more about your company and see if Frontline MOC aligns with your goals.