Ensure EHS Compliance, Reduce Risks and Achieve Operational Excellence
An EHS management system helps an organization comply with regulations, and identify risks of adverse events that can cause harm to workers and the environment.
By achieving EHS excellence, EHS managers and professionals can contribute to enable operational excellence in their organizations, which leads to cost savings and process improvements.
The right EHS software can help you meet all EHS management goals, including environmental analysis and reporting, management of air, water, waste and chemicals, regulatory compliance, worker health and safety, incident loss prevention and much more.
Manage Key EHS Metrics and Drive Continuous Improvement
Enablon provides the most complete EHS management software on the market. Global companies use Enablon solutions to address key business needs:
- Comply with EHS regulations in all countries where you operate
- Implement an occupational safety and health system throughout the enterprise
- Identify and reduce workplace hazards and risks
- Track air emissions to comply with air quality and greenhouse gas regulations
- Improve the reporting and management of environmental performance
- Manage, track, and report on hazardous chemicals and waste
- Complete audits and inspections to ensure compliance with regulations, standards and policies
- Foster a culture of EHS excellence
Evaluate the Leading EHS Software Platform
If you’re in an EHS software selection process, you probably know that there are dozens of EHS software vendors.
Evaluating EHS software and vendors is challenging. Organizations can’t afford to spend a lot of time to look at each vendor individually and schedule demos will all of them.
Is there an easier way? Is there independent and credible research that identifies the leading vendors? Is it possible to quickly narrow down a list of vendors to only a few? The answer is yes!
The Verdantix Green Quadrant EHS Software 2019 report benchmarks the 23 most prominent EHS software vendors through the proprietary Verdantix Green Quadrant methodology, which includes three-hour live product demos, and vendor responses to a 383-point questionnaire.
If you’re an EHS software buyer, here’s the one image from the Verdantix report that tells you a lot about the leading vendors:
The vertical axis represents the Capabilities dimension. It is a measure of the breadth and depth of each software provider’s functionality based on evaluations for 10 technical capabilities and 18 functional capabilities.
The horizontal axis represents the Momentum dimension. It measures each software vendor on strategic success factors based on evaluations for 11 market momentum categories.
Make your EHS software selection process successful by learning more about the findings from the Verdantix Green Quadrant EHS Software 2019 benchmark. Click on the image below to download the report: