An EHS Platform
Emex is an intuitive platform that simplifies and automates the management of EHS. Powerful, flexible and scalable, Emex has been designed from the ground up to exceed the expectations of any organisation
Available on any device at any time
Emex is available when and where you need us!
iOS and Android apps allow your workforce to report Safety Observations and Incidents & Accidents, and manage their daily task lists to ensure Audits & Inspections and Risk Assessments are conducted on schedule.
Flexibility to meet your needs
Emex has built in the flexibility to fit in and power your unique business processes.
Highly configurable workflows ensure you are able to instantly manage critical operations, and powerful dashboards allow management teams to focus on KPIs, and drill down to understand the data behind the stats.
Customers have the option to build their own Assessments & Audits, and tailor workflows to meet individual needs, or work with our team to configure the platform to deliver a solution that enables KPIs to be managed.
All the Analytics you will ever need
Emex has all the reporting and dashboards you will ever need to power your business decisions.
High level tracking of KPIs for senior management all the way down to the day to day stats needed by staff to keep operations running are available real-time.
Augment the standard Emex reporting capability with 3rd party BI tools to fully unlock the power of your data.
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It is no secret that mental health issues affect the construction more severely than comparable industries. Male site workers are three times more likely to commit suicide than their non-construction counterparts; with men making up nearly 90% of the construction workforce, this is a clear systemic issue in the industry.
New York state has perhaps been the worst hit region of the US during this Coronavirus pandemic. With rising death rates – higher than many countries –Cuomo drew attention to the potential that crises possess to spur on innovation, urging us to consider not just a ‘reopening’ but a ‘reimagining’ of society, one in which technology is fully utilised for the protection of people and the economy.
The HSE Executive recently published guidelines on how COVID-19 incidents should be reported. RIDDOR reportable incidents include:
‘An unintended incident at work has led to someone’s possible or actual exposure to Coronavirus'. This must be reported as a dangerous occurrence.