Our powerful and comprehensive suite of EHS management solutions makes it easy to identify, quantify, and control the full scope of environmental, health, and safety risks across all your locations and operations.
Connecting Safety, Sustainability, Speed & Simplicity
VelocityEHS gives utility providers dependable, flexible EHS & ESG management solutions so you can stay focused on the critical job of building and strengthening our shared infrastructure.
Features and Benefits
The VelocityEHS Accelerate® Platform centralizes EHS tasks and keeps your workers connected, everywhere they operate.
Manage Safety Risks
Get Started Quickly
With fast implementation times and an intuitive user experience, you and your teams can be up and running with VelocityEHS quicker than other EHS software systems, minimizing set-up and training costs.
Engage Your Workers
Our mobile-optimized SaaS solutions and VelocityEHS Mobile App encourage worker engagement and put the EHS management tools you need right in the palm of your hand, wherever the job takes you.
Historic Project to Strengthen European Energy Security Taps VelocityEHS
Read our case study with Nemo Link to learn why they chose VelocityEHS to provide the EHS management technologies for a multi-year, multi-national, multi-billion dollar energy infrastructure project to strengthen the EU electric grid.Download Now
What our customers say…
“Once VelocityEHS was selected, we were on a tight timeline due to our change in ownership. The VelocityEHS team was in Pakistan to initiate the implementation process. Their track record in our industry is impressive. Additionally, there are some unique factors of operating a business here. Together we have developed a system that is perfectly tailored to our business needs.”
— Javaid Ansari, Applications and Data Manager – United Energy Pakistan
What can the VelocityEHS Accelerate® Platform do for you?
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