Latest News | 10 July 2023

Rail freight giant adopts health and safety software

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A leading rail freight provider has announced it has adopted software developed by Work Wallet to manage its health and safety throughout the UK.

Following a successful year-long pilot at its Southampton Docks depot, Freightliner is to roll out the Work Wallet’s app across its operations nationwide.

During the pilot, Freightliner estimates it saved more than 1,000 work hours by managing its safety processes digitally – boosting productivity by cutting the time needed to complete essential checks and briefings.

The firm now primarily uses Work Wallet to deliver its safety briefings, asset inspections and manage contractor Permit to Work processes – but is also exploring using a variety of features from Work Wallet’s suite of 13 modules, as part of the partnership.

Jonathan Gray, chief executive of Work Wallet, said: “We are delighted that Freightliner has chosen to roll out Work Wallet across all its UK sites.

“Using our health and safety software in the live environment in Southampton has proved the benefits of moving to a digital system.

“By unifying its essential health and safety processes under one easy-to-use system with Work Wallet, Freightliner will see even greater efficiencies in productivity, resource management, and sustainability.

“We very much look forward to working with them even more closely in future.”

Shane Hill, operations support manager at Freightliner Southampton, who first brought Work Wallet into the business, said: “Moving from paper to digital has significantly improved staff communication, as well as making on-site contractor safety, document control and job assignment better.

“It is great that we are moving forward with Work Wallet across the business.”

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