Tesco selects Alcumus to centralise global risk mapping
Reducing and eliminating workplace risks and hazards is an integral part of health and safety management. For companies with a global footprint this process of managing and collecting business critical data is particularly onerous and time-consuming given the breadth and scale of their business operations. As managing and connecting data becomes an increasing priority for multinational organisations, Alcumus has added global retailer, Tesco, to its growing list of clients.
To streamline its risk management processes across Environmental, Health, Safety and Quality Management (EHSQ), the organisation needed an integrated safety risk mapping system. Alcumus will provide Tesco with a fully integrated, digital technology platform that will bring together operational and risk management information, processes and workflows, allowing the growing multinational business to take an increasingly proactive approach to analysing risk trends globally. Beyond addressing immediate business requirements, Alcumus’ software will help bolster Tesco’s operational efficiency and strengthen the accuracy of data collection across all its departments worldwide.
Helen Jones, Chief Operating Officer, Enterprise, Alcumus: “We are thrilled to start a new and exciting journey with one of the world’s leading multinational retailers, providing the company with the service and technology that will help keep its colleagues and customers safe, now and in the future. For over 20 years, our award-winning technology, and expertise, has been helping our clients create better and safer workplaces, and we are delighted to be extending our connections further in the retail sector and expanding our client portfolio in what is already a major sector of operation for us.”
Alcumus has been recognised as a leader in EHS software by research and advisory firm Verdantix in its 2021 EHS Software Green Quadrant, an independent review of global EHS software vendors, for its market-leading capabilities, demand for technology and expertise.
The team now works with 46% of the FTSE 100 and 45,000 clients globally.
Alcumus is now supporting seven of the 10 major food & grocery retailers with their EHSQ management and supply chain compliance; including Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Marks & Spencer and Iceland.
To learn how we can help your organisation, download the Alcumus brochure:
Digitally connecting your EHSQ management
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- Why paper-based systems should be a thing of the past
- How digital transformation improves business intelligence
- 7 crucial features in a successful EHSQ system
- How EHSQ platforms have a leading role to play in ESG
- How to benchmark technology for your organisation
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