An Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) Management System provides a framework for organizations to learn from every incident so they can anticipate and prevent occupational injuries and illnesses or adverse environmental impacts.
What is EHS Software?
Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) software is an Integrated Management System that makes it easy to manage, track and report on your EHS data. It supports compliance and best practices across all parts of your organization to meet industry standards, exceed corporate goals, and ultimately improve the health and safety of your workforce.
Why change now?
Manual, inefficient or disparate systems impact not only your employees – but also your bottom line. Software can turn your EHS processes into a competitive advantage by reducing lengthy administrative work to focus on higher-value tasks, creating a safer work environment that attracts the best talent, and reducing workers’ compensation costs & regulatory fines (such as OSHA, ISO 45001, WCB or MSHA).
Intelex is a fully integrated and highly trusted Environmental, Health and Safety, and Quality (EHSQ) software. Let Intelex give your organization the competitive advantage that has propelled over 1,300 customers to be among the most successful in the industry.
Cloud-based software applications to address all areas of a top performing EHSQ program
Get to know our clients and the difference Intelex has made in their organizations.
GBW Railcar, headquartered in Oregon, is a railcar repair shop with 40 locations scattered across 39 states in America. The company sought to discover issues of safety non-conformance within its operations, ultimately to prevent similar incidents through lessons learned.
Following a global expansion, England-based produce supplier IPL had to ensure employees in all locations had access to the same data. Intelex ensures they can access it from one source.
Minnesota-based CHS is an agriculture and energy company that has benefitted from the Web-based and highly customizable Intelex platform for more than seven years. Today, they’re seeing big gains around ease of use.