Health and Safety Compliance need not fill you with dread!
06 January 2021
HEALTH AND Safety software company CRAMS has had a record year and is now helping over 700 customers, many in facilities management, manage their H&S compliance with more efficiency and less cost.
Commercial director Tim Chadwick said when asked about the bumper year: “I believe that the coronavirus pandemic has contributed to our success this year. COVID-19’s capacity to change environmental conditions at an alarming rate, certainly placed the need for dynamic risk assessments and method statements into the spotlight.
Health and Safety professionals and business leaders alike highly desired a solution to help them do the right thing, managing the fight against the disease in real time conditions, and turned to CRAMS for help.”
Tim continued: “Furthermore, at the start of the pandemic our team discussed how we could help others. Homeworking was obviously a big deal so we decided to make part of our software accessible for free so employees could undertake display screen equipment assessments to promote safe home working.
"This was a big hit and from there, many businesses decided to upgrade to the full CRAMS package to benefit from all the other features. Feel free to check out and use the free tools here: https://free.crams.online/index.php/tools
Jo Thompson, sales and marketing director at the firm, said when asked why she thought the software was so popular: “Unlike many of our competitors, CRAMS is all inclusive, no hidden charges, no nasty surprises. Every module, feature and enhancement is standard and all employees have access to over 70 e-Learning courses, 34 of which are RoSPA accredited Health and Safety courses meaning sometimes CRAMS can save customers money.
"Our customers tell us that our software is feature rich and easy to use, even for their least IT savvy colleague.”
Jo concluded by saying: “It has been a privilege to help businesses manage their data and processes associated with running a compliant business, especially this year with the coronavirus. Most importantly, it has helped keep their people safe in these grim times!”