TORONTO — Alcumus eCompliance, a mobile safety software solution, officially accomplished its corporate mission to eliminate one million workplace injuries and incidents by the end of 2020, the company reports.
The team of “safety nerds” are humbled to announce they have exceeded the one million injuries and incidents prevented as of November, totalling 1,062,938, states a recent release.
Alcumus eCompliance has also surveyed its current customer base to review its impact on safety within North America with the customer impact survey.
Key results include: customers have reduced their injury rates by 60 per cent, on average; 24 per cent of customers have achieved zero incidents since implementing the Alcumus eCompliance software; and 90 per cent of customers have improved their safety record by implementing the software.
Alcumus eCompliance is not planning to slow down in 2021, announcing a future mission on Jan. 4, 2021, which “will push us all to deliver on our vision to transform the world of work to become safer, healthier, and stronger,” states the release.
“Ten years ago a tragic workplace fatality in the power sector inspired us to figure out a better way to do health and safety,” said Adrian Bartha, co-founder, Alcumus eCompliance. “However, today I am thrilled to announce the first mission we set out to eliminate one million workplace injuries and incidents has been successfully accomplished. Our customers and team have much to be proud of in achieving this level of impact for our frontline workforces and communities. This is just one milestone in the journey to create safer, healthier and stronger workplaces.”