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Vendor Management and environmental Toxins

As companies lean more on their service organizations to lower costs, higher revenues and competitive advantages, many are migrating to a complex ecosystem of people, parts and information. As a result, outsourcing is becoming a popular trend for reasons such as a greater need for expanded geographical coverage, mandates to improve service profitability, continued rising costs of labor field service, seasonality of business service, increased product installations areas of low density, competitive pressures and more.

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As a result, there is greater demand for easy management and monitoring of all those essential components involved in the network of service delivery. Whether you are choosing a full or partial service outsourcing approach must be diligent selecting the right partner, managing the network performance of service and maintaining customer satisfaction. In addition, accountability and performance management can be challenging when multiple levels of contractors and subcontractors involved in service delivery. Organizations that choose to provide partial or full service sales through third parties should keep a watchful and process control throughout the network monitoring service.

Vendor management and Third Party Astea allows you to manage your vendors and third party services with a solid, secure and unified platform. This portal can now serve as your single point of information for all concerned full-time and those outside. As a result, you will have the necessary level of upward and downward visibility and accountability that is critical to improved automation and network optimization service step. If the third party is an agent or an external service provider that supplies parts, you will now be able to track and manage all parties involved in its supply chain service. External suppliers and service agents (SAs), for its acronym in English, will have access to a secure portal that will allow them to enter, update and view regarding a service order, logistics and reverse logistics functions relevant information. With a mouse click, you can interconnect all its ecosystem of service lifecycle to eliminate redundant processes and drive efficiencies that are ongoing. Additionally, you will benefit from increased visibility, collaboration and communication.

environmental Toxins

Environmental toxic substances are introduced into the environment that cause an effect on living beings and the environment, or if not have a direct effect have the potential of causing damage capacity.

For us this is the best and broadest definition of what is an environmental toxicant.

When we talk about environmental toxins usually imagine fumes and gases, it is the most typical image we all have of an environmental toxic. toxic environmentalBut the reality is that environmental toxicants can be found in the waters and land whether or not culture. Many of them have the characteristic of their high persistence and permanence or transmitted through the food chain to us. Also in some cases they are cumulative.

They can be classified in many different ways, depending on the type of study or needs that are specifically required. These are some of the possible classifications:

  • For its physical state: Solid gaseous, liquid or.
  • For its target organ (Diana): Liver, kidney, lungs, heart, etc …
  • For its potential toxicity: Slightly toxic, very toxic, extremely toxic, etc …
  • For its specific effects: mutagenic, teratogenic, carcinogenic, etc …
  • By their chemical composition: inorganic, organic.

The health effects of different environmental toxins depend on dose, exposure time and other factors specific to each person, because not everyone reacts the same way to the same exposure.

Today most of the world ‘s population, both in developed countries and the developing country, is exposed to high levels of environmental toxins, so much so that in October 2013, the WHO classified Environmental toxins by vehiclesthepolluted air as a human carcinogen in Group 1, after analyzing and reviewing recent scientific literature evaluating the carcinogenicity of air pollution.

On the other hand the growth of calls environmental diseases or emerging diseases such as multiple chemical sensitivity MCS, are blowing up health warnings, because the magnitude of the problem can overcome any forecast established.

It is very important to become aware that it is not necessary to be specially exposed daily exposure but is toxic and we will bring sooner or later health problems.

The main elements on which we will focus on a study of geo-environmental health are:

  • Formaldehyde
  • particulate Matter
  • NO2
  • SO2

Defining the levels of these factors can design effective solutions for improving the environment by reducing your exposure and thereby decreasing the health effect either preventive or palliative level.

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