Friday November 4th 2016
Founder of Assure360 Nick Garland demonstrates Assure360 to the judges
Midlothian Web and App development company Pigeon Penguin have helped their client Assure360 to innovation success at the Contamination Expo 2016 awards in London.
Assure360 is an app, database and website solution for companies involved in the removal of Asbestos or more general construction projects.
Using the Assure360 iPad app an auditor can visit a site where work is being undertaken or asbestos is being removed and audit how well the team are performing. A comprehensive list of questions are answered, non-conformances recorded and the overall audit scored.
The audit is then uploaded to a database so that staff back in the office can access it via a website, assign corrective actions and compare the audit score to the industrial average. Company and office wide reports can then be compiled at the touch of a button, so training becomes easy.
Assure360 also handles exposure monitoring records for all operatives working on site.
Assure360 customer Ken Johnson, Managing Director, Delta Services said:
“At our recent license renewal, the HSE inspectors were amazed by the power of the system and couldn’t believe everyone wasn’t using it.”
Shortlisted for the Innovation Award from the 200 exhibitors a panel of judges awarded Assure360 runner up spot.
Founder of Assure360, Nick Garland, said:
“We nearly got over the line first but in the end I am still delighted to get the runners up slot.
“Pigeon Penguin built the database and back office website connected to our app. The speed, functionality and service are phenomenal.”
Pigeon Penguin director, Phil Bowen, said:
“It is brilliant to be part of this innovation award. We are proud to have worked with the Assure360 team to build an innovative solution that promotes safety on site and really helps companies to remove Asbestos safely.
“Assure360 is an example of where Pigeon Penguin work closely with their clients to use technology to solve a business problem and help companies improve.”
Nick Garland with the runner-up innovation award.Tweet Share on Facebook