The Backbone of Your EHS Compliance Program
Vera EHS helps you develop a comprehensive EHS program that harnesses technology, best practices, and the concerted efforts of your workforce to maintain a safe and productive workplace.
EHS Software for Corrective & Preventive Actions
Vera EHS provides corrective and preventive action management tools that help you find issues and create a plan to address them—before they become incidents. Create your own inspection forms, link issues to regulations, assign owners to recommended corrective actions, and track progress through to completion.
Accident Management / OSHA 300 Logs
Capture all the details accurately using a mobile, wizard-based accident reporting form that guides you through the accident management process.
These courses are based on real-world examples and cover critical safety and environmental compliance topics. Give your employees the knowledge and skills they need to maximize productivity and compliance.
KPA’s entire training library is mobile-enabled which dramatically simplifies the process of educating a workforce on the tasks, safety procedures, policies, laws, and regulations they need to know and understand.
Dashboard & Recordkeeping
With a single click, see Open Issues, Overdue Issues, and Open Accidents. Drill down to Overdue Issues by the assigned owner and take corrective actions within one EHS management software platform.
Resources & Document Libraries
Access a library of EHS program documents and regulatory information. Store all of your safety-related documentation in Vera EHS, including your…
- Illness and injury prevention plan
- Facility inspection checklist
- SPCC plan
- Emergency response plan
- OSHA forms
- Inspection logs
Access your EHS platform from any workstation or mobile device to capture information and images on the spot—even when you’re not connected to the internet.
One of the biggest things I like is the SDS library. The KPA team has gone to so many dealerships and logged in so many chemicals that it’s rare to find a chemical that is not in that databaseGlenn Archer, Safety Director, Dick Hannah