York-based tech company wins contract with Ordnance Survey to ‘protect’ its employees
A York-based tech company has been awarded a contract to supply its suite of applications to Ordnance Survey (OS), the national mapping services agency.
Vismo, an employee tracking and protection software company, will offer its occupational health and safety app to protect the Ordnance Survey team working in locations across the UK.
Vismo’s Lone Worker app provides employers with real-time locations of employees and has a red alert button that staff can use in an emergency.
Craig Swallow, CEO of Vismo, said: “Ordnance Survey needed a single occupational health and safety app for its staff who can work in fairly remote locations across the country.
“They also needed real-time location data, to understand where surveyors are at different times of the day, and it was essential for them that their surveyors could sound an alarm signal if they were in danger. , for some reason.
“With increasing global levels of risk and uncertainty driven by climate change, the pandemic and geopolitical turmoil, employers around the world are increasingly reassessing the importance of protecting their mobile workforce. “
Matt Farthing, Technical Consultant for OS Operations, commented, “The Vismo system has all the features required to help us protect our employees, including accurate location monitoring, recordings and mass notifications.
Earlier this month, the tech company launched Vismo Notify, a mass notification system that allows organizations to contact and communicate with all employees, ensuring that every staff member is reached.
Typically used in the oil and gas, healthcare, and retail industries, other employers adopting Vismo technology include NGOs, whose staff and volunteers work in high-risk situations, and businesses. media with reporters and cameramen stationed in dangerous areas around the world.
Are you looking to promote your product / service to SMEs in your region?
Find out how Bdaily can help you →