MSDSonline and KMI Rebrand as VelocityEHS
Cloud environmental, health and safety services provider, MSDSonline, and its wholly owned subsidiary Knowledge Management Innovations, a global EHS and sustainability management information system providers, have rebranded as VelocityEHS.
Headquartered in Chicago, VelocityEHS also has offices in Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia.
VelocityEHS, which has more than 10,000 customers, says its suite of software products and services enable organizations to create safer, more sustainable workplaces by helping them better identify and manage their environment, health, safety, and operational risks.
The company says according to user research, businesses — especially large enterprises — are moving away from solutions that solve niche problems and are looking for single-point software that solves an array of complex EHS challenges.
The VelocityEHS approach provides EHS professionals with a single solution for managing a wide range of EHS process, reporting and compliance tasks, including: incident management, audits and inspections, compliance management, corrective actions, management of change, chemical management, risk analysis, EHS training and training tracking. The company says it can be implemented across an organization in as little as four to six weeks to more quickly drive performance at every level of the enterprise
The company plans to retain the MSDSonline name and begin using it as a product brand for its chemical management capabilities under the VelocityEHS umbrella.
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