EHS Management Software
Improve incident reporting, consolidate EHS data, drive operational performance and achieve regulatory compliance with our EHS software solutions.
Our EHS management software helps you to achieve regulatory compliance and manage risks while increasing operational performance. It helps you to surface, analyse and report EHS data and create a culture of reporting and accountability.
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Scottish Seafarms uses Ideagen EHS management software to improve incident reporting at remote locations
"Our legacy system was good at capturing information, but the ability to drill down and find out why things are happening and be able to put in place continuous improvement just wasn’t there."Read The Case Study
Air Transat chooses Ideagen to consolidate safety data and improve reporting
"A single database for the entire company allows us to have greater visibility on everything that is reported and to better manage it."
Ideagen provides EHS management software to businesses around the world in a range of industrial sectors and sizes. They choose our software solutions because they want to transform and modernise their environmental, health and safety business processes.
5 Key Steps to Effective EHS Management
Create a culture of candid incident reporting by implementing user-friendly, modern software that end users in the field will want to use for reporting near misses, non-conformances and incidents.
Stay on top of sustainability reporting and audits: waste and wastewater management, air emissions, chemicals, energy and carbon.
Effectively manage occupational health and safety and conform to laws, norms and international standards such as ISO 45001. Track non-conformances and manage audits and investigations.
Take a proactive, preventive approach by using risk modelling, management and communication tools that help you to identify and manage emerging EHS threats before they become incidents.
Consolidate EHS data across your business into a single source, giving you complete control and visibility.
System Readiness for ISO 45001, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001
Although some countries have improved their industrial safety performance through legislative, regulatory and cultural change over the past three decades, the issue of work-related injuries and diseases is globally substantial and growing, hurting individuals and families, damaging companies and blighting economies. To recognise and tackle this issue, ISO is in the final stages of developing a new standard named ISO 45001: Occupational health and safety management systems – Requirements with guidance for use.
Find out how to conform to the new standard (including the transition from OHSAS 18001) and how Ideagen can help.
Some Important Factors to Consider When Procuring or Replacing an EHS Management System