ITV puts safety in the spotlight with new EHS software
EHS software provider Airsweb has announced a new deal with ITV.
London based ITV is to introduce Airsweb AVA EHS software system. Since its release in January 2018, AVA has received a lot of interest from EHS professionals. With a modern, easy to use interface and intuitive insights at its core, AVA is quickly establishing itself as the EHS software of choice for modern organisations.
With a global outlook and revenue over £3bn per annum, ITV needed a system they could rely up to support their global business. Following a tender process, ITV selected Airsweb AVA as their preferred EHS software. Once fully deployed, AVA will support all 5000+ global ITV employees in no less than 8 languages.
Commenting on the deal, Airsweb Managing Director Mark Swithenbank said, “We are absolutely delighted to welcome ITV as our latest AVA client. ITV is a globally respected company and we are confident that their investment in Airsweb will help to enhance their reputation as a responsible employer and deliver real effectiveness and efficiency within their risk management programme.”
ITV Group Operational Risk Director Ruth Denyer said, “We are looking forward to working with Airsweb AVA, it provides a great system which will support in delivering our risk management programme globally; from the end user reporting tools that will drive engagement through to the flexibility of the management information dashboards which will encourage business ownership of risk.”
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