Spreadsheets don’t improve safety, reduce workplace accident rates, or keep you out of trouble with OSHA. Learn why EHS software is the smarter option.
High performers aren’t just differentiated by the health and safety incidents they avoid, but by the efficiencies they’ve built into their EHS programs.
“The benefits of our EHS program exceed its costs.” That’s a statement that 54% of participants in a recent survey agreed with. And that’s great news for safety professionals. But there’s room for improvement.
To advocate for change, safety professionals need to have a seat at the table. And to gain that seat, they need to speak the language of the others at the table.
Here’s everything you need to know about EHS software—what it is, how it works, why you need it, how to choose the right EHS software provider, and more.
KPA’s State of the Industry report shows that in the coming year, company spending on EHS will increase or remain the same for 96% of organizations.
April 14, 2020 - In a new report, KPA and EHS Today found EHS software more effective at improving outcomes while little or no technology increased injuries and safety violations.
KPA’s State of the Industry report shows high EHS performers experience fewer incidents than average companies do—because they prioritize their safety programs.
KPA’s State of the Industry report shows poor performers face more EHS challenges than average companies do—and struggle harder to respond to those challenges.