Notify boosts team with new appointments
A health and safety technology company has boosted its top team with two new appointments.
Pictured (left to right) is Paul Duff and Tristan Meears-White.
The North East-based firm Notify Technology has welcomed prominent lawyer Tristan Meears-White as Subject Matter Expert.
Mr Meears-White has been cited as a “key individual” by Chambers UK and Legal 500 for his extensive knowledge and experience across health and safety and regulatory law, thanks to his pragmatic approach, excellence in regulatory compliance and acumen in providing sound advice to organisations.
He has more than 20 years’ experience in safety, health and environmental regulation, having acted in numerous fatal accident cases across a range of sectors.
His addition to the team will help ensure that the Notify platform benefits from his extensive understanding of Health & Safety laws and regulation.
As well as helping provide assurance through the platform, he will deliver much-needed insight and real-life examples across a variety of hot topics on a regular basis.
Notify’s health and safety app-based reporting platform allows companies to log, report and manage near misses in any location.
It also provides real-time visibility and the ability to abolish paper-based documents and processes.
“Notify is a unique product and is leading the way in reporting and capturing H&S incident and risk,” said Mr Meears-White.
“I have not seen anything to compare with it in terms of quality and ease of use. It is a genuine thrill to be even a small part of such a great team as we grow and develop the proposition and I am so excited to be involved!”
Notify has also added Paul Duff as Customer Acquisition Executive, tasked with helping the company expand its reach across target sectors through the addition of new clients.
Mr Duff will be key to assisting Notify’s chief executive, Duncan Davies, to add more businesses on to the software platform.
“I’ve grown up around technology and am really interested in, and passionate about, how it can better everyday lives, especially when it comes to health, safety and wellbeing,” he said.
“When looking for a new role, I was very clear that I wanted to build a career, not just take a job, and the Notify mission is definitely something I can see myself working on for many years to come.”