KPA has developed a comprehensive turnkey program to help guide companies through adjustments while staying safe, productive, and compliant. Download KPA’s COVID-19 workplace safety program datasheet and learn more.
As part of KPA’s COVID-19 safe workplace program, KPA’s EHS consultants are available to conduct facility audits to help ensure your business is operating in accordance with regulatory standards.
The OSHA Top 10 eBook for Brokers contains explanations of each hazard, along with warning signs to look out for, and prevention checklists you can use to improve compliance and minimize losses.
KPA partnered with EHS Today to survey EHS professionals. We dug deeper into the data to uncover insights about EHS professionals and their use of the software.
In our report the ROI of EHS Software for Brokers, we explore some key differences between companies that use software to manage their EHS program and those that don’t and the ROI of your EHS program.
In partnership with EHS Today, KPA’s ROI of EHS Software explores key differences between companies that use software to manage their EHS program and those that don’t and the ROI of your EHS program.
OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard is designed the help you inform your employees about dangerous chemicals in the workplace. It’s a set of rules that covers labeling and tracking chemicals, as well as employee training on chemicals.
We’ve developed this brief quiz to see how your Hazard Communication Program stacks up.
How do you think your company would fare if an OSHA inspector showed up tomorrow? If that idea makes you nervous, download KPA’s OSHA Inspection Cheat Sheet.
In this ebook, you’ll find the keys to effective training—the best practices for creating and delivering engaging educational content. Including ways to make training relevant, how to tailor content to different roles, and methods to reinforce that training without repetition.
In this eBook, you’ll learn how to evaluate tools through an employer’s lens. Through practical guidance and checklists, you’ll discover: What differentiates powerful risk management tools from marketing hype. The costs of using inadequate tools. What features to look for, and whether your current solution stacks up.