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EHS Insight is a cloud-based environmental health and safety (EHS) and quality management solution. It helps clients track environmental effects, manages security and risks and ensures compliance with requirements. EHS Insight offers... Read more
SiteDocs is a cloud-based audit management solution designed for businesses of multiple sizes in the construction and maintenance industries. Users can run their safety programs through mobile apps and web browsers. Key features include... Read more
Cority is a cloud-based occupational health and safety management software solution. The product enables users to standardize processes and workflows, integrate and centralize data, track performance and identify problem areas for... Read more
Intelex EHS provides a cloud-based interface for environmental, health and safety, quality and business performance management. This solution helps customers report essential business information, ensure compliance requirements, manage... Read more
KPA is a cloud-based EHS management solution that helps businesses maintain a safe and productive workplace for their employees. Key features of this platform include self-auditing, online training, record keeping, accident training,... Read more
BasicSafe is a cloud-based environmental health and safety (EHS) and quality management solution. Key features include job-safety analysis, incident reporting and investigation, training management, audit management, process safety... Read more
SafetyTek is a cloud-based environmental health and safety (EHS) solution that caters to businesses across various industries such as oil and gas, construction and consumer electronics. Features include audit management, inspection... Read more
VelocityEHS is a cloud-based environment, health, safety (EHS) and sustainability solution designed to improve visibility and manage risk across organizations. VelocityEHS modules include incident management, audit and inspection,... Read more
Form.com is a cloud-based data collection solution for midsize to large enterprises. It also offers environmental health and safety (EHS) management features via its mobile audit platform. The solution can also be installed on-premise.... Read more
ERA EH&S is a suite supporting environment, health and safety (EHS) management. It is primarily designed for general manufacturing and the oil and gas industries. The product has a reporting library that has the capability to automate... Read more
Medfiles.OHS is a cloud-based environment, health and safety (EHS) management solution that helps risk, safety and health professionals to ensure compliance. Key features of the solution include drug screening management, medical record... Read more
Pro-Sapien provides enterprise environmental, health and safety (EHS) management software on SharePoint and Office 365. The modular software suite can be deployed on-premise or in the cloud and integrates with additional Microsoft... Read more
Gensuite provides industries with cloud-based software solutions on both desktop and mobile platforms. With the environmental, health and safety tools from Gensuite, organizations large and small can track their environmental impact,... Read more
IndustrySafe is a cloud-based safety management solution that allows organizations to record, track, and analyze incidents, inspections, hazards, observations, corrective actions, claims and more. EHS professionals can calculate incident... Read more
Frontline Data Solutions is a cloud-based EHS management solution. Its key features include change management, incident tracking and a learning management system (LMS). The software helps users eliminate manual data entry and simplify... Read more
Safety Indicators is a cloud-based, HIPAA-compliant environmental health and safety (EHS) solution that caters to multi-location organizations of all sizes across various industries. Features include task creation and assignment,... Read more
KellerOnline is a cloud-based compliance and safety management solution that helps users manage workplace safety programs. It is suitable for both small and large businesses. Users can create and conduct safety training programs with... Read more
Integrum is a cloud-based risk and compliance management solution for organizations of all sizes. It helps in managing quality, health, safety, environment, risk and compliance. Key features include incident management, investigation... Read more
SafetyLynx is a cloud-based environmental health and safety (EHS) solution designed for businesses of all sizes across various industries. Key features include inspection management, audit management, industrial safety management,... Read more
SafetySync is a cloud-based occupational health and safety management system that helps organizations monitor risks, train employees and keep up to date with compliance regulations. It is suitable for businesses of all sizes in a range... Read more
Environmental, health and safety (EHS) solutions help organizations maintain compliance with local and federal regulations. These systems primarily cater to organizations in the industrial sector, including manufacturing, energy and utilities, but can also be used by non-industrial organizations, such as those in government and healthcare.
This guide has been created to help users find the best solution for their business needs. Here’s what we’ll cover:
EHS systems allow companies to manage and report on environmental performance as well as operational risks associated with their business. This software offers a broad range of functionality to help companies stay in compliance with different types of regulations.
With EHS management software, users can:
These systems may also be referred to as:
Most EHS management systems come with some or all of the following capabilities:
|Environmental management||Generates compliance and sustainability reports for meeting regulation requirements (regarding wastewater, solid waste, greenhouse gases etc.). Also provides environmental audits, quantifies greenhouse gas emissions and helps manage air quality and water discharge compliance.|
|Health management||Helps monitor processes that affect two main aspects of employee health: industrial hygiene and occupational health. Hygiene modules measure workers’ chemical exposure; health modules capture employee health data such as hearing and lung capacity.|
|Safety management||Allows users to track incidents on work floors, analyze them and suggest preventive action. Also provides training related to work practices and occupational hazards.|
|Hazardous material management||Provides safety data sheets, regulatory and scientific content to help users manage the use and logistics of hazardous materials (hazmat).|
|Risk management||Analyzes processes that can pose potential risks through methodologies such as bow tie analysis, failure modes and effects analysis and fault tree analysis. Offers tools that help companies create crisis-response plans, monitor insurance policies, assess workplace hazards and streamline safety audits.|
Businesses can realize many benefits as a result of adopting EHS software. One of the biggest is that the software helps users manage complex regulatory requirements more easily. As regulations become increasingly complex, traditional methods such as spreadsheet software and manual inspection are proving insufficient for many users. EHS software eases regulatory compliance with such capabilities as automated auditing and compliance reporting.
There are also some potential issues buyers should be aware of, including:
Limited compliance support. Few vendors claim to support a broad range of regulations and languages. Thus, buyers should check with the vendor to make sure necessary regulations and standards are supported before selecting an EHS solution.
Security concerns. Since these systems handle sensitive data, some organizations may be concerned about the safety of cloud-based software. However, most cloud systems are as secure as on-premise systems, if not more so: Simply choose a reputable vendor, and they will have strong data security measures in place.
Companies of any type have a responsibility to provide a safe working environment, so an EHS can be used by multiple industries. Whether it’s performing inspections on equipment, establishing safety protocols or analyzing risk, the following industries are common users of EHS software.
We have observed a few changes taking place in this market:
Increased demand for risk management. Traditionally, most of the software in this market was focused on compliance and offered functionality for maintaining a safe workplace and monitoring environmental hazards. However, organizations are now demanding end-to-end solutions that also have an integrated risk management module. Many vendors are entering into partnerships or acquiring firms in order to offer more comprehensive products.
Shift toward cloud-based software. Buyers are increasingly adopting cloud-based solutions, as they typically come with low upfront costs and relieve the headaches of having to perform maintenance and updates. Some organizations take a hybrid approach, in which the system is hosted on the company’s own servers and data is regularly backed up in the cloud.
Here are some recent events to be aware of that reflect increasing interest in the EHS market:
Enablon announces record organic growth. Enablon, a leading provider of sustainability, EHS and operational risk management software, announced more than 50 percent growth in sales for 2015.
Intelex secures CA$160 million in investment. Intelex, a provider of EHS and quality management software solutions, announced that it has secured CA$160 million in funding led by JMI Equity (a growth equity firm focused on software and services companies). HarbourVest, a private markets investment firm, also participated in the round.
2017 OSHA budget to shrink 3 percent. The House Appropriations Committee drafted a bill in July that would reduce the Occupational Health & Safety (OSHA) budget by 3 percent, to $534.4 million in 2017’s fiscal year. The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSH) is also expected to lose more than $25 million in funding due to reduced mining activities in the U.S. The agency, however, still plans to conduct more than 35,000 inspections in 2017.