Relating items, creating Alerts from Blerts, UI improvements and more
Blerter 3.4 introduces a number of new features and also brings overall improvements of the design and key workflows in the application.
Investing in health and safety systems and technology is often seen as a cost to the business. However, leading health and safety professionals and business leaders understand that the real cost lies in not taking steps towards improving the safety of the work environment.
The key is choosing the right type of system and technology.
As we’ve discussed on a previous blog post, businesses who engage contractors to do work for them (or with them) have a legal responsibility to look after the health and safety of these contractors. In this blog post we drill deeper into the role software can play in keeping contractors and everyone else safe and what to look for when choosing a new software system.
Did you know that if your contractor hurts themselves doing work for you, you might be liable?
Many businesses still assume that if they outsource work to contractors, the responsibility for health and safety lies with the contractor and not them. However, in most cases, that thinking is incorrect and leaves the business exposed to huge risks.
We developed this White Paper that outlines the seven characteristics of health and safety software that will truly make a difference. The information provided will help managers to better evaluate the different digital solutions available and choose one that can really help them create safer workplaces – today and beyond.
We're excited to announce another significant product update - Blerter 2.2 is now available.
This is the third major release in the last three months, bringing more great new features and improvements for our users and safer workplaces for everyone.
We're pleased to announce that Blerter 2.1 is now available, making The Health and Safety App even more powerful and even easier to use. The highlights are the new task features and Blert improvements.