Dig Deep for EHS & ESG Excellence
Get a complete picture of your EHS and operational risks through a single platform, so you can concentrate on the most critical tasks and elements of your business.
Features and Benefits
The VelocityEHS Accelerate® Platform drives the expert processes your team needs to achieve success in EHS & ESG.
Accurately record, track, and manage all your critical data, and access it anywhere, any time, from one cloud-based solution.
Stay up-to-speed on key EHS tasks to ensure you’re always in compliance, so you can spend more time on other tasks.
Predict & Prevent
Deploy best-in-class risk management tools to proactively identify uncontrolled risk and intervene before issues progress.
Komatsu Mining Corporation Chose VelocityEHS
The VelocityEHS Accelerate Platform gave this global company the ability to ensure their EHS activities can be performed, managed, recorded and analyzed across the entire global organization, from any location through a single, centralized system. With VelocityEHS, Komatsu has access to the vital data needed to reach their goal of a global, unified EHS management program and drive toward zero harm.Download Now
What our customers say…
“We now have the best record of training data the company has ever had, simply because of the VelocityEHS software.”
— Norm Bobocel, Training and Development Advisor – Kumtor Gold Mine
What can the VelocityEHS Accelerate® Platform do for you?
From November 6 to November 20, the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27) took place in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Here’s a recap of some of the main themes of COP27 and some key takeaways about ESG management.
Among our Virtual ESG Conference sessions, VelocityEHS was excited to welcome Jessica Pransky, Principal Analyst for ESG & Sustainability at Verdantix alongside our very own Blake McGowan, CPE and Director of Research at VelocityEHS to offer a close-up look at the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed rule on The Enhancement and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors,
The industrial hygiene profession is experiencing a shift in the makeup of its membership, with many of the industrial hygienists from the last 30-40 years now approaching retirement. It goes without saying that protecting employee health is a job that never ends, so that means that there’s currently an abundance of opportunities for young professionals interested in IH. The world is going to need industrial hygienists as long as there are employees working.