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KPA Receives Online Training Award for Third Year in a Row

2018-2020 training awards combined

KPA Receives Online Training Award for Third Year in a Row

Lafayette, Colo. – August 20, 2020 – KPA announced its online training has been recognized as a Top 20™ Online Learning Library by Training Industry Inc. This award marks the third consecutive year that KPA has been acknowledged as a leading provider of compliance online training services in the marketplace. KPA is a leading software, consulting services, and training provider of Environment, Health & Safety (EHS), and Workforce Compliance solutions that include on-site, online, and training course packages.

“Receiving the Top 20 Online Learning Company Award for the third consecutive year illustrates KPA’s commitment and effectiveness in helping customers maintain safe workplaces,” said Chris Fanning, KPA President, and Chief Executive Officer.

Training Industry Inc. is the leading research and information resource for leaders in corporate learning. This year, the organization assessed the Top 20 companies based on their industry, visibility, innovation, and impact, as well as the breadth and quality of their online training courses and content, company size and growth potential, and the strength of the company’s clients and geographic reach.

“This year’s Top 20 Online Learning Library Companies List features a strong set of organizations offering relevant, up-to-date, on-demand content and personalized features that enhance the learning experience,” said Ken Taylor, President of Training Industry, Inc. “Through reinforcement tools, assessments, and pathways, these companies have exceeded expectations in engaging the learner and sustaining the impact of training.”

KPA’s programs help employers meet federal, state, and local requirements with interactive courses that help employees improve their job performance and a business’s overall compliance. With the recent acquisition of Multimedia Training Systems, KPA is expanding its online content with industry-specific videos, actual incident recreations for better understanding, and online tools to help customers create courses geared to their unique needs.

“We provide our clients with an online training library that provides depth, accurate information, and effective learning modules, something that is perhaps even more important now as our society navigates the COVID-19 pandemic and many businesses allow for working from home,” says Kathryn Carlson, Vice President of Product Management. “Built on decades of experience from our expert consultants, attorneys, and content developers, our online training library of more than 400 courses guides learners through practical scenarios that teach them the laws and regulations that apply to their jobs.”

In addition to award-winning training, KPA offers a comprehensive suite of workplace and workforce management software and services that allow clients to automate compliance processes, improve their safety culture, and reduce their total cost of risk. Over 10,000 clients including automotive dealerships, insurance brokers, warehouse and distribution, food and beverage, and manufacturing count on KPA for their risk management solutions.

For more information on KPA’s training solutions and other compliance and safety programs, please visit or call 866.356.1735.

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About KPA

KPA provides Environment, Health & Safety (EHS), and Workforce Compliance software and services for mid-sized businesses. KPA solutions help clients identify, remedy, and prevent workplace safety and compliance problems across their entire enterprise. The combination of KPA’s Vera Suite software platform, 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. For more information, go to or call 866.356.1735.

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