Getting safely back to work following the Covid lockdown is a challenge for every business, but two Derbyshire entrepreneurs are helping the process with their innovative app.
Jonny Gray and Adam Civval set up Work Wallet four years ago to help companies within the rail, construction and manufacturing industries keep their sites, staff, and contractors safe and operational. However over the last few months they’ve seen a 500% surge in demand for the health and safety software as businesses across the country look to adapt and improve their health and safety.
The company now boasts clients in the UK, Europe and Asia and is looking to further expand its team from its HQ in Derby.
The all-in-one health and safety platform has 10 modules that easily feeds information to employees and facilitates the receipt of feedback for management. Housing all the relevant information in one place, Work Wallet can track a range of requirements, including permits to work, site safety briefings, RAMS, audits, accident reporting, risk assessments and digital inductions. The primary purpose is to improve communication when it comes to health and safety.
Now more than ever, business owners are realising that keeping their employees safe and productive is fundamental to success and survival during the pandemic.
Jonny Gray, commented, “Work Wallet was designed to be simple to use. Technology is successful if people understand quickly how to use it and the benefits of using it.”
“The pandemic has meant that more firms want to use digital platforms for their health and safety to enable them to remotely manage their return to operation.”
“This is exactly what Work Wallet does – it helps to connect people and workplaces and improve processes to keep sites safe and operational, which is why we have seen such a huge growth.”