While all businesses have a legal duty of care to their employees, our infographic will show the reasons why developing a health & safety culture can be beneficial to an organisation.
Effective Software was recently invited to attend a round table discussion between software providers, health and safety managers from leading organisations and other experts, to consider how the use of technology to manage workplace health and safety is changing. Current trends were...
Our CEO, Darragh Geoghegan sat down with Leanna Byrne of The Sunday Post to discuss Effective Software's growing success and future plans for global expansion.
Health & Safety At Work have just hosted a roundtable debate on the adoption of technology for health and safety professionals. The discussion created an opportunity to really assess where health and safety might be in the next five years and the role health and safety management software will...
It was another successful and fantastic experience exhibiting at the Safety & Health Expo in the ExCel London. Over the three days our Effective team was on hand to discuss all things health and safety with attendees on our new stand.
We recently hosted our "3 Pains of Plant and Asset Management” webinar , check out this blog to see what was covered.
Delighted to see our success story with Hilton Foods, a meat processing and packaging company employing over 2,500 workers in six plants across Europe, published in the June edition of Health & Safety Review. Below is a copy of the success story.
Agile working has been defined as “a way of working in which an organisation empowers its people to work where, when and how they choose – with maximum flexibility and minimum constraints – to optimise their performance and deliver “best in class” value and customer service.”
We took 10 minutes out to learn more about our rhino dodging Sales Director, Feargal McDonnell.
Invented in 1987, Excel 4.0 was the first popular version. Released in 1992, this was innovative technology for the time.
Charging hidden costs to configure health & safety software is not something we believe should take place for our clients. Paying thousands for standard and basic configurations or even to just maintain an up-to-date system are things we feel our clients should not have to pay for.
You’ve probably heard of the King’s Cross underground station fire in 1987, where 31 people died, and the Bradford City football ground fire in 1985, where 56 people died. Both fires involved old, wooden structures and years of accumulated combustible rubbish – under the escalators at Kings...