Use any device

StriveZero works with the phones, tablets, and computers you already have.


StriveZero works on every device

StriveZero is web-based software, so you can use it on any device with a web browser. We specifically test to confirm compatibility with all Apple iPads and iPhones, Android, and Windows computers.

We currently have data protection to prevent losing data in case of poor data connection in the field. And we are working on full offline capabilities to bring StriveZero to every remote and underground jobsite.


Configured to your EHS program

We help you manage YOUR EHS program, not ours.


StriveZero is configurable in four steps.

1) The terminology used throughout the system can be changed to match the names of your processes and how you talk about safety. For example, whether you call it a Job Hazard Analysis, Job Safety Assessment, Risk Assessment, or Task Analysis, the name can be changed how you see fit.

2) Each application workflow can be streamlined by turning off the features and functionality you don’t need making for a better user experience.

3) We work with you to define your personalized incident prevention requirements. We start with the appropriate OSHA standards, add local requirements, manufacturer recommendations, and your organization's best practices.

4) And we take care of our clients. We continually add new features that our clients request.


Customer support for everyone

If your team and subcontractors have problems, they contact us -- not you.


Customer satisfaction is our highest priority. We view the customer as our partner and seek to provide the highest level of support to keep our customers working.

If you have a question or run into an issue, our support team is here to help. We want StriveZero and your team to work seamlessly together.


Email notifications

Stay connected with important alerts.


Receive instant email notifications to keep you informed. And know that important information you share is reliably delivered to the recipient.

Inspections. Subcontractors are notified when inspections are conducted on their crews. Project teams are notified when an inspection is completed on their jobsite.

Incidents. Project teams are notified when an incident occurs on their jobsite. EHS leadership and top management are notified of all incidents.

Actions. The assignee is notified when they are assigned a corrective action. When the assignee logs the completion of the action, the action owner is notified of the completion. When the action owner closes the action, the assignee is notified that the issue is resolved.

Job Hazard Analyses. Reviewers are notified when they are added to a job hazard analysis. Creators are notified when a reviewer accepts or rejects the document, and when it's authorized for use.


Leading Indicators

Measure every stage of incident prevention.


Leverage four stages of task-level leading indicators to focus evaluation of EHS program performance at the point of risk.

Identify specific nonconformances and gaps in incident prevention to pinpoint elevated risk and make adjustments before an injury occurs.

Leading Indicators


Preparing competent persons with information to effectively identify and control hazards.


Delivering important information to teams so they know how to safely plan and execute their tasks.


Ensuring OSHA compliance so supervisors know what to implement and inspectors know what to check.


Approaching tasks while demonstrating safe actions and avoiding unsafe situations.

OSHA Regulations

Clear and specific requirements to compliance.


OSHA 29 CFR 1910 & 1926


Cal/OSHA Title 8, Subchapter 4


We scrub and organize OSHA regulations into clear, organized hazard and controls. Links back to the original standards are provided for reference. We maintain the hazard and control database to ensure you are always up to date.

OSHA regulations serve as a building block to your EHS program. With a complete regulation set, you can precisely evaluate and excel in compliance.

Creating Job Hazard Analyses. Provide thorough information to workers so they know how to begin work safely.

Conducting Inspections. Specify the exact requirements for inspectors so they know what to look for and collect high quality data.

Viewing Inspection Results. Communicate nonconformances with actionable details so issues are corrected in a timely manner.

Analyzing Reports. Take action on clear and accurate data.