IndustrySafe Safety Management Software, a Product of TRA, Inc, enables organizations to achieve regulatory compliance, reduce incidents and injuries, and improve operations. IndustrySafe provides incident and injury management including OSHA reporting, safety inspection checklists, corrective actions, training and more
VelocityEHS is the largest and fastest growing EHS software provider in the industry. Its award-winning, cloud-based software platform and innovative mobile solutions make enterprise-level EHS capabilities accessible and affordable to businesses of all sizes, helping them solve their most... Read More
Solve safety program problems and streamline safety management tasks with software solutions created by a C.S.P. Monitor safety program functions with ease and efficiency. Ensure compliance with OSHA requirements. They cannot be overlooked or forgotten with ZeraWare. Our software tracks safety... Read More
In 1993, ProAct Safety® was created with the sole purpose of helping organizations achieve and sustain safety excellence. This focus has led the firm to become recognized as the world's most successful provider of Safety Excellence Strategies. As advisors to those who desire to be among the best...
IndustrySafe's Dashboard enables senior executives, managers, and safety professionals to view key safety performance metrics. Users can drill down on these metrics and configure the Dashboard to display their top indicators. Read more
The Incidents Module enables organizations to collect relevant incident data and analyze trends through an extensive incident reporting and investigation module. Near misses, vehicle incidents, employee and non-employee injuries can be tracked in the Incident Module. Users can perform root cause... Read more
Includes forms and pre-built checklists, enabling users to perform and track compliance rates of on-site safety inspections. Users can upload their own checklists or utilize existing pre-built checklists. Checklist items are linked to detailed OSHA regulatory standards from 29 CFR 1910 and 1926... Read more