Latest News | 22 June 2021

Health and safety app firm sees surge in demand

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An innovative health and safety app developed by Work Wallet is helping businesses return safely back to work following the easing of lockdown measures.

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, the firm has seen a 500% surge in demand for the software as businesses across the country – and further afield – look to adapt and improve their health and safety in the wake of the pandemic.

The company now has clients in the UK, Europe and Asia and is now looking to further expand the team at its Derby headquarters.

Jonny and Adam

Jonny said: “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.

“Work Wallet is allowing essential industries to move forward and out of the pandemic.

“With the app development to allow businesses to record people on site, conduct remote health and safety inductions and get all the high-risk information needed to issue permits to work, our clients are embracing all of the functionality on offer.

“I think these benefits, along with allowing firms to move from traditional paper-based systems to digital platforms, has helped us to achieve this growth.

“We are delighted that Work Wallet has seen such big success in the past 12 months – we have some new contracts in the pipeline and the future is certainly looking bright.”

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