INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Encamp, an environmental, health and safety (EHS) software platform, today announces the release of Encamp Calendar, the first and only intelligent EHS compliance calendar. The calendar is the newest addition to the Encamp EHS Suite. With Encamp Calendar, users get an up-to-the-minute view of their entire compliance reporting schedule across the enterprise on a clean, visual calendar that is synced to federal and state EHS databases to ensure accuracy.
EHS managers are looking for ways to track and manage compliance efforts. According to a 2019 survey from the National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM), more than half of companies cite real-time metrics tracking and performance measurement as one of their top five most important criteria for software selection. This is up from 25 percent in 2017.
Companies currently using spreadsheets, paper binders and government sites to track and manage EHS requirements can instead use Encamp to understand, manage and meet their compliance needs all in one place. This information is organized automatically across every facility and provides users a 360-degree view of their EHS compliance requirements.
“Companies broadly know what needs to be done to remain in compliance with EHS regulations. The problem is organizing that information in a way that is visible, actionable and standardized across EHS departments,” said Encamp co-founder and CEO, Luke Jacobs. “Our intelligent, personalized compliance calendar gives EHS teams the tools they need to keep everyone on the same page.”
"I need a centralized location where facility information is spelled out and all in one place,” said SESCO Group Vice President of Compliance and Waste Management, Sam George, J.D., CHMM. “Encamp provides that and is exactly what facilities need to stay accountable.”
For information on Encamp Calendar, visit https://www.encamp.com/compliance-calendar.
Encamp is on a mission to create a world where good for business is good for the environment. Encamp is automating EHS compliance and risk-minimization for modern companies. The Encamp platform equips EHS teams to better understand their compliance responsibilities for all facilities, manage workflows and documentation in a powerfully simple interface, and meet all compliance requirements in one unified system. Currently, Encamp serves more than 2,000 facilities nationwide and is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana.