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KPA Receives Built In’s Best Places to Work Award

KPA Receives Built In’s Best Places to Work Award

Lafayette, Colo. – January 12, 2022 – For the third year in a row, KPA has been honored by Built In as one of Colorado’s 2022 Best Places To Work and Best Midsize Companies to Work For. The annual awards program includes companies of all sizes, from startups to enterprise-level, and honors both remote-first employers as well as companies in the eight largest tech market in the U.S.  

“KPA is a fast-growing company in the increasingly important EHS space. We serve a critical societal and economic mission – to help businesses create safe work environments. As a result, KPA continues to build a team of high-caliber professionals that are committed to a positive and safe workplace for everyone. The company’s success has enabled it to also provide an excellent working model & benefits to its employees, and we’re very honored to have been ranked among Built In’s Best Places to Work Awards for 2022 – our third consecutive year of being ranked,” said Chris Fanning, KPA President and CEO. 

KPA is a leading provider of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) software and safety and compliance consulting services for a range of businesses working to achieve regulatory compliance and minimize business risks. With EHS software, Vera Suite, award-winning compliance training, and on-site consulting services, KPA helps clients reduce their total cost of risk, while maintaining a safe and healthy workplace.  

“It is my honor to extend congratulations to the 2022 Best Places to Work winners,” says Sheridan Orr, Chief Marketing Officer, Built In. “This year saw a record number of entrants — and the past two years fundamentally changed what tech professionals want from work. These honorees have risen to the challenge, evolving to deliver employee experiences that provide the meaning and purpose today’s tech professionals seek.” 

Built In determines the winners of Best Places to Work based on an algorithm, using company data about compensation, benefits and companywide programming. To reflect the benefits candidates are searching for more frequently on Built In, the program also weighs criteria like remote and flexible work opportunities, programs for DEI and other people-first cultural offerings.   

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About KPA 

KPA provides Environment, Health & Safety (EHS), and Workforce Compliance software and services for a wide range of businesses. KPA solutions help clients identify, remedy, and prevent workplace safety and compliance problems across their entire enterprise. The combination of KPA’s software, EHS consulting services, and award-winning training content helps organizations minimize risk so they can focus on what’s important—their core business. For over 30 years, KPA has helped 10,000+ clients achieve regulatory compliance, protect assets, and retain top talent. 

About Built In 

Built In is creating the largest platform for technology professionals globally. Monthly, more than three million of the industry’s most in-demand professionals visit the site from across the world. They rely on our platform to stay ahead of tech trends and news, develop their careers and find opportunities at companies whose values they share. Built In also serves 1,800 innovative companies of all sizes, ranging from startups to the Fortune 100. By putting their stories in front of our uniquely engaged audience, we help them hire otherwise hard-to-reach tech professionals, locally, nationally or remotely.   

About Built In’s Best Places To Work  

Built In’s esteemed Best Places to Work Awards, now in its fourth year, honor companies across numerous categories: 100 Best Places to Work, 50 Best Small Places to Work, 100 Best Midsize Places to Work, 50 Companies with the Best Benefits and 50 Best Paying Companies, 100 Best Large Companies to Work For, and 50 Best Remote-First Places to Work.  


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