EHSE - Global HSE Management System (Health, Safety, Environment) | ENKA Systems
EHSE (Global HSE Management System) – Overview

EHSE is a multi-featured web based application with user-friendly interface that provides reliable and efficient Environment, Health and Safety Management in one platform.

Global HSE Management System

Allows Project Management to monitor, measure, and report accurate HSE statistics in real time for increasing management system efficiency

Sends out automatic notifications for tasks and reminders when actions are required

Analyzes and evaluates company’s and subcontractors’ safety performance

Sets notifications to manage accident, incident, and near-miss through investigation and final close off

Assists incident investigations and root cause analyses to reduce risk, avoid future incidents, and drive sustainability

Generates performance reports to demonstrate incident trends in various parameters such as accident time, location, occupation, and immediate and root causes

Implements corrective and preventive actions and maintain auditable, real-time action tracking

Assigns corrective/preventive action tasks to responsible persons and monitors close-out status

Easily accessible and comprehensive reporting tool through drop-down menus and templates

Facilitates file attachment such as photos, training reports, permit to work (PTW), personal protective equipment delivery forms (PPE), etc.

Capacity to maintain environmental data including air, water, waste, fuel, agents, and energy to determine aspects/impacts via generating footprint reports

Assists project medical teams in managing patient appointments, medicine inventory, return to work authorization, and treatment

Web-based, Mobile application, Customizable dashboard,

Bulk data import/export, “Ready to Use” with short implementation,


On premise option with cost-effective hardware requirements and SaaS ( Upon Request)


Full integration with EGEM & EGHR for allocating the affects of equipment and staff involved in incident, accident, near-miss