Friday, 29 November 2019
Work Wallet double finalists at top London awards
Derby based Work Wallet attended the prestigious London Construction Awards at the Novotel West London recently (27 November).
The health and safety technology platform was a finalist in two categories, Technological Innovation of the Year and Health & Safety Solution of the Year.
Jonathan Gray, co-founder and CEO, said: “We had a fantastic evening at the London Construction Awards. Being runners up against such well known businesses and to be recognised for the work we have done by such an expert panel of judges is really encouraging.
“The awards are the biggest in the industry so to be shortlisted in our first year is a huge achievement for us and one in which I am extremely proud.”
Work Wallet being named as a double finalist at these awards is a huge acknowledgement of its innovation and commitment to making a difference to health and safety. It sat alongside major players in the construction industry.
The last 12 months has been a huge for Work Wallet. It has been shortlisted for a number of other awards including the Derbyshire Business Awards and the Building Innovation Awards, and it has also taken the platform global. Work Wallet is now used across the world and has been translated into multiple languages, making it a global player in health and safety and technology.
Adam Civval (pictured with Rachel Civval), Co-Founder and Operations and Product Director said: “We are a disruptive technology business, we are changing behaviours to make entire businesses and supply chains all over the world safer.”
The platform brings together all aspects of health and safety into one place using a mobile app and portal, so everything is accessible in real-time from anywhere. The main features include RAMS, near miss and accident reporting, audits, job management, clock in/out, lone working, inductions, ID and training records and site and contractor management.Back