Product: Risk Management Center
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 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.
We’re thrilled to share our collection of key takeaways from the 2019 State of the Industry: EHS Program Trends survey. This study examines the use and importance of technology for EHS programs among high performing and low performing organizations. We’ve collected our articles, webinars, and guide in one convenient place, for free.
KPA’s training catalog offers award-winning training courses that are either self-directed, or available online or onsite are led by our Safety Consultants. The courses, based on real-world scenarios and examples, are designed to help employees improve both their job performance and compliance.
Does your organization invest in EHS or does it see it as a necessary evil? The distinction matters.
In partnership with EHS Today, KPA conducted an industry survey to study the impact of investing in EHS programs has on organizations.
Pricing pressures and the high cost of maintaining out-of-date systems are progressively decreasing profitability for most brokers—leaving them two choices: differentiate or a race to the bottom on price. This white paper explains how commercial property & casualty firms can differentiate themselves to steadily and consistently grow their business.
Sound safety practices both protect the well-being of your employees and are good for your business. Read this whitepaper to learn why safety is good for the bottom line.
See how the Leavitt Group, one of the largest privately-held property and casualty brokerages in the nation, leverages KPA’s Risk Management Center to become their clients’ one-stop resource for all their risk management needs and HR concerns.