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In Partnership with ClickSafety, KPA EHS Software Provides Access to OSHA Certification Training

In Partnership with ClickSafety, KPA EHS Software Provides Access to OSHA Certification Training

Westminster, Colo. and Burlington, Mass. – March 29, 2023 – Today, KPA and ClickSafety, announced a partnership to deliver KPA EHS software customers with access to U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) certified 10-hour and 30-hour safety training courses. Together, KPA and ClickSafety, an OSHA-authorized provider, aim to ensure that businesses using KPA EHS software have easy access to the resources their workers need to create a safe work environment. 

OSHA Training Certification with Easy Tracking 

Through this partnership, KPA EHS software customers will have access to the English and Spanish versions of the 10-hour course for General Industry and Construction certifications. The 30-hour course is also available in English and Spanish for Construction certification and is geared toward supervisors and workers with responsibility for workplace safety. Purchasing only what they need, customers will be able to assign the certification courses through KPA EHS software and track completions through both systems.  

“Safety training is critical to keeping workers engaged, educated, and proactive about maintaining a safe work environment. Working with another high-caliber safety training organization like ClickSafety is what makes this an exciting partnership for KPA. Together, KPA EHS software will help managers in critical industries, like construction and manufacturing, provide seamless access to the OSHA Outreach Training Program and document which employees have completed the program along with their other requirements,” commented Shawn Smith, Product Director, Training.   

Two Award-Winning Training Partners Offering High-Quality Content 

With a long history of compliance and Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) software solutions and services, ClickSafety and KPA are established providers of award-winning training content that helps businesses establish a culture of safety and protects millions of employees. As the first OSHA-authorized online training provider, ClickSafety gives direct access to OSHA’s Outreach Training Program to educate workers about basic and advanced safety and health hazards in the workplace. Recognized for five years by Training Industry Inc. for its extensive online learning library, KPA has demonstrated it is a trusted resource for producing compelling, high-quality training content. 

“We are thrilled to embark on this partnership with KPA. ClickSafety is always looking to deliver our comprehensive online safety training solutions to a new audience. KPA is an ideal partner to add to our roster with their strong foundation in Environmental Health and Safety Compliance. Our shared goal is to build a safer work environment and I believe this partnership is the best way to accomplish that goal,” said Blake Ingram, General Manager, ClickSafety.  

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About KPA 

KPA provides Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) software, consulting, and award-winning online training to help organizations stay compliant with state and federal regulations and maintain a safe and productive workplace. The KPA EHS software platform is easy to use, highly configurable, and designed for a mobile workforce, which encourages broad adoption and an improved culture of safety across the organization.   

About ClickSafety  

ClickSafety, an Ascend Learning brand, is an OSHA-authorized online training provider and recognized leader in safety training. For over 25 years, more than 10,000 organizations have partnered with ClickSafety to help them build comprehensive training solutions to advance their culture of workplace safety. With a history in construction, general industry, and engineering, ClickSafety believes in the importance of education to help keep workers safe. To stay up to date: visit us at and follow us on LinkedIn. 

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Emily Hartman

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