VelocityEHS Showcases Simpler Approach to EHS Management Solutions at Annual NAEM EHS Management Forum

Chicago (October 13, 2015) — VelocityEHS, one of the industry’s largest and fastest growing environmental, health and safety (EHS), and sustainability software providers, will feature their EHS management solutions to attendees at the NAEM 2015 EHS Management Forum this week in Charlotte, North Carolina. Event attendees are encouraged to visit booth #26 to see how MSDSonline, the leading cloud EHS solutions provider, and its wholly-owned subsidiary Knowledge Management Innovations (KMI), one of the most respected global EHS and sustainability management information system (EMIS) providers have come together under the new VelocityEHS brand to provide a simpler approach to EHS, sustainability and risk management with the deployment of an easy to use platform solution.

With more than 11,000 customers, 
VelocityEHS makes its debut at the NAEM EHS Management Forum as a well-established leader, and one of the industry’s largest and fastest growing EHS and sustainability software providers. Its suite of solutions enables organizations to create safer, more sustainable workplaces by helping them better identify and manage their EHS and operational risks.

“Today’s EHS and sustainability professionals are looking for single-point solutions that help them manage a wide spectrum of safety and sustainability challenges,” said Glenn Trout, president and CEO of 
VelocityEHS. “Many of today’s solutions can be slow to implement and cumbersome for employees to use. The VelocityEHS approach is different. We provide EHS professionals with relevant cloud EHS capabilities through an easily accessible platform that is more affordable, quicker and easier to implement, and provides the simplest user experience for our clients.”

VelocityEHS platform provides access to a comprehensive and growing suite of EHS capabilities that are designed to help companies reach their EHS and sustainability goals faster, including: incident management, audits and inspections, compliance management, corrective actions, management of change, chemical management, risk analysis, EHS training and training tracking.

“While our name is changing, what’s remained the same is our ongoing commitment to offering the best EHS and sustainability solutions available on the market,” said Laura Murphy,
vice president of customer experience at VelocityEHS. “We believe delivering the right functionality through well-designed and simple solutions is the key to driving value for our customers. As a member of the Affiliates Council for 13 years, KMI is proud to showcase its new brand to the NAEM community. We invite forum attendees to visit our booth to experience firsthand how they can deploy our tools to drive company-wide engagement in their EHS and sustainability programs.”

VelocityEHS platform is supported by a customer success team widely recognized for its customer engagement, and for earning among the highest renewal and customer satisfaction rates in the industry. Over the next few months the company will phase in its new identity across its offices, products and services.

Now in its 23rd year, NAEM’s EHS Management Forum is the premiere event dedicated to best practice-sharing for those developing and integrating strategic environmental, health and safety programs within companies. For more information on the annual event, visit

To learn more about the
VelocityEHS solution, visit

About VelocityEHS
As the largest dedicated EHS software solutions provider in the market, more than 8 million users worldwide from virtually every industry trust VelocityEHS and its solutions to improve EHS performance. Its unparalleled customer support and easily accessible platform delivers relevant cloud solutions that help customers reach their EHS, sustainability and risk management goals faster. The company is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois with locations in Canada, the UK and Australia. For more information, visit VelocityEHS is an Actua (Nasdaq: ACTA) company. 


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