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June 4, 2018

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Safety & Health Expo 2018

Safety Media to combine health and safety with technology at Safety & Health Expo 2018

There is a lot of talk in the industry at the moment about working smarter, streamlining processes and utilising technology to make health and safety more efficient; but is anyone actually saying what that looks like in practical terms?

At the Safety & Health Expo this month, Safety Media will be running on-stand seminars with the aim to illustrate how the right piece of software can help you take the steps we are all being encouraged to make.

Operations Director, Chris Chappell, will be leading the sessions and said: “This is a unique opportunity to see first-hand deep inside the Safety Media Software Solution and see how it is used in practical terms within our own organisation. It is also a chance to put me on the spot and ask any questions you may have about the current or future development of our solutions.”

The sessions will last about 20-30 minutes, depending on what direction the audience wishes to take the conversation. There will be insight into Risk Management, Incident Reporting, Document Management, Audits and of course e-Learning and how these functions can be realistically and securely managed in an online environment.

“If nothing else it will give you an opportunity to have a sit down, a bottle of water and check out the unique view from the upper deck of Safety Media’s stand at the show…if you haven’t seen it before it really is worth the visit”, Chris concluded.

To secure a seat you can pre-register your interest in attending a session, click here.

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Nigel Evelyn-Dupree
Nigel Evelyn-Dupree
2 years ago

Being pro-active in the prevention and/or mitigation of predictable debilitating repetitive stress injuries hardly counter intuitive yet, for so many, well the majority, of DSE users operatives in education or the workplace, with only around 10% of employers endeavoring to reduce lost productivity of at least 20% (almost one day in 5) let alone, the risk of Asthenopia one can only presume the main challenge to reducing workplace stress is the expediency of omission ?