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Safety isn’t just about measuring your numbers, it’s about changing the day to day behavior in your organization. Maturing your safety culture takes vision, planning and safety management software. Transform your safety culture with the world's leading health and safety management software system.

Software Description

Intelex’s Safety Management Software will help you:

Learn what is happening within your organization

Record, trend and investigate all types of EHS incidents, near-misses and dangerous conditions across your organization. Set safety objectives and targets and communicate your organization's health & safety management policy to internal stakeholders.


Continuously Improve

Improve the performance of your safety initiatives by leveraging leading indicators including behavioral based safety, job safety analysis and ergonomics tracking.


Discover transformational Indicators

Get ahead of the safety curve with occupational health records and ergonomics assessments for all you employees across multiple job functions.


Clearly define and communicate safety

Document and communicate safety compliance, safety policies and procedures through structured training for all team members in one central system of records.




Intelex Technologies Inc. Team

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Shawn Galloway

CEO of ProAct Safety

Intelex Technologies Inc. Articles

Incentive programs can be very appealing to employers and employees alike. Not only do they offer employers the promise of a safer working environment, reduced costs,...
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By: Eric Morris | Intelex Practice Manager - Health & Safety
According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, temporary workers are among the fastest growing sectors in the country, accounting for approximately four...
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By: Eric Morris | Intelex Practice Manager - Health & Safety
When evaluating the success or failure of an organization’s safety programs, most safety professionals rely on metrics such as the frequency and severity of accidents,...
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By: Irina Adriana Barbu | Product Marketing Manager
It's a new year and a time of new opportunities for safety professionals. Not only are many companies working to differentiate themselves from their competitors by...
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By: Eric Morris | Intelex Practice Manager - Health & Safety
A company's reputation, image, and brand are its most valuable assets. According to a Forbes article, a recent study suggests that 80% of employees aged 18 to 30 will...
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By: Tamara Parris
OSHA's reporting mandate will affect even small businesses. Here's what you need to know to prepare for it.
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By: Irina Adriana Barbu | Product Marketing Manager
Major safety outcomes are built from small, incremental measures. Find out how you can use marginal gains to achieve large, long-term safety outcomes.
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By: Danielle Elliott | Product Marketing Manager
Neglecting indoor air quality can result in costly repairs, lost productivity, and higher turnover rates. Find out what you can do to improve it.
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By: Tamara Parris
Organizations that are stuck in traditional management approaches are missing out on improving company performance. Follow these steps to modernize.
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By: Tamara Parris
Having a good management plan plays a big role in whether your organization will recover from a crisis. Find out how to develop an effective one.
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By: Tamara Parris
Workplace violence is a serious but often overlooked occupational safety hazard. Learn how to prevent and respond to violence in your workplace.
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By: Tamara Parris
If you're struggling with your EHSQ outcomes, take a cue from the companies that have succeeded with theirs. Here are three characteristics they all share
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By: Tamara Parris
Your safety goals aren't in competition with your business objectives. Find out how to implement a safety strategy that enhances your bottom line.
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By: Tamara Parris
Executives can be reluctant to support safety initiatives. Find out how to break down those barriers and secure their buy-in.
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By: Tamara Parris

Intelex Technologies Inc. Q&A

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Intelex Technologies Inc. Webinars

The nexus of Environmental Social Governance (ESG) and EHS is driving change. Purpose driven companies, who value their people and the environment,...

Safety will never become a core value within a company culture until the safety strategy is aligned with and supports the business strategy, rather...

Artificial intelligence (AI) and Safety Managers together hold an enormous potential for construction jobsite safety in near future. The scope of...

Most organizations still define “safe” in terms of (reduction in) the number of accidents they had, over a selected period of time. The...

An important component of an effective company health and safety program includes procedures for conducting an effective internal incident...

Zero is achievable only when distractions are muzzled by valuing people and purpose in building sustainable results. In a world of technological...

During one of the most uncertain times in modern history, Safety Health and Environmental (SHE) Professionals have been expected to deliver results...

We will review how to identify and mitigate potential losses and devises strategies to reduce or terminate the losses.Every project has issues...

Join Bryan McWhorter as we dive into key learning points 2020 taught that we must use in 2021.Pandemics 101- Prepare or repair. Safety programs are...

Beyond the labels of Safety Differently, Safety II , or HOP, what can these theories mean to the day-to-day practice of safety?In this short...

Mental health discussions of the past have at best been viewed as a nice thing companies did when trying to invest in their employees and at worst a...

In the midst of the current pandemic, the data that we rely on in order to make information decisions changes from week to week, sometimes even day...


Intelex Technologies Inc. Downloads

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This guide will help you manage your EHSQ incidents before they occur, when they occur, and what to do following the incident. Intelex will help you to determine who...
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Research shows 275 American workers in 2019 died each day from hazardous working conditions. Completely eliminating harmful incidents on the job is the ideal for every...
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OSHA estimates a recordable incident has a direct cost of $7,000 and a workplace fatality is $910,000, in addition to indirect costs at three times those amounts.The...
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The March 2 reporting deadline is looming for OSHA’s annual recordkeeping preparation of occupational injuries and illnesses. Are you ready?Get our latest Insight Report...

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