3 Phases of a Successful EHS Inspection Program

Ensuring Compliance & Accountability with Technology

Ensuring the completion of regular facility inspections has always been critical, however, in recent months, the need for better quality assurance surrounding inspections is rising rapidly as companies struggle to navigate the COVID crisis, transition to remote working conditions, and grapple with the growing risk of enforcement actions and audits. As a result, pencil whipping and operating without the proper inspection controls and visibility are leaving facilities more vulnerable to compliance gaps and legal risk than ever before.

So how can you kick-start your journey to a better facility inspection program? Watch this webinar to hear Mapistry experts uncover the practical steps, controls, and systems you need to build a more risk-resilient inspection program at your facility.

Additionally, learn about:

  • How to eliminate pencil whipping and have worry free inspections with 100% accuracy
  • Monitoring real-time inspection data to quickly pinpoint and problem-solve gaps early
  • How to analyze inspection results from inspection completion to corrective action creation and the number of days to complete tasks
  • Ways to empower and hold disbursed teams accountable with access to inspections field data, corrective actions, deadlines and critical alerts
  • Why businesses are digitizing their EHS compliance inspections — from environmental audits, to corrective actions, safety audits and more


Ryan Janoch, Founder of Mapistry

Ryan is the founder and COO of Mapistry, an environmental compliance software platform that minimizes risk for the world’s leading industrial and manufacturing companies. He is a licensed professional engineer with experience in environmental program development and implementation for hundreds of industrial sites, including ready-mix concrete plants, metal recyclers and bulk marine terminals all over the U.S. He has led multi-disciplinary teams to develop new regulations and testing protocols as well as served on a regional air board, state regulatory stormwater committee, and national industry committees. He has an MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland and a BS in Biology and Geology from Tufts University.