We are delighted to share that one of our SHE Software community members, G’s, has been short-listed in the Agriculture, Food and Beverages sector for a prestigious Verdantix HSE Innovation Award.
Established in 1952, G’s is an international market leading farming company who supply customers across UK, Europe and the USA. The Group is an integrated grower-to-marketing organisation, managing the entire food production process from seed to shelf; via growing through to production and marketing.
One of two finalists in their category, G’s has been short-listed from over 80 entries across eleven sectors. The winners will be confirmed by a panel of independent judges from senior Health and Safety management roles, with winners announced at the Verdantix HSE Summit Europe awards dinner on 13th March.
The Verdantix HSE Innovation Awards recognise people and organisations who are instrumental in launching successful, innovative technologies which facilitate management of the HSE function to deliver superior results.
Matthew Elson, CEO SHE Software said:
“The team at SHE Software are delighted that G’s have been recognised for their pro-active safety culture and forward-looking, agile approach to safety.
“It is fantastic to hear how our health and safety software solution, Assure, has helped strengthen G’s inclusive safety culture, with over 7000 behavioural conversations recorded and a significant increase in the number of near misses recorded.”
John Boyle, Head of Safety, Risk and Continuous Improvement, G’s said:
“Assure has not only been fundamental in providing remote access, improving consistency and substantially improving our reporting. It has changed how we manage and communicate safety. The software has become an essential daily tool for safety and management.
“SHE Software has become a partner on our safety journey, improving themselves and the software as we grow.”
Find out how our health and safety software, Assure, has been instrumental in driving a positive, inclusive safety culture across G’s global business in our recent case study.