Emex, a leading EHS software provider, has today announced the release of an innovative COVID-19 solution to enable businesses and their employees to safely return to work. With over a decade of sector experience, Emex has taken proven EHS functionality and adapted the platform to aid businesses of all sizes in return to work initiatives.
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We are now into lockdown 3.0 and businesses are still in the process of making plans to bring their employees back to work as safely as possible. Remote working is coming up on a year now for many businesses, and those employees continuing to work from home are waiting in anticipation for a date they can return to the workplace, as it’s a step on the path towards normality.
For many of us, work is a major part of our lives, it’s where we spend a lot of our time, how we get an income and build friendships. Having a fulfilling job is good for your general wellbeing and also your mental health. There are times where life gets on top of us, and often that can be work related, family related or just personal circumstances.
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.
For many UK businesses this is a time of uncertainty; restaurants, pubs, and non-essential shops are closed. Nearly all of us are self-isolating and working from home. Yet for many businesses work still goes on, notably in the construction and manufacturing sectors – essential work which can hardly be done remotely. So how can businesses ensure continuity, while keeping the workforce safe?
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Emex is turning 10! To mark this special occasion we have decided to launch a brand new Emex blog, exploring all things EHS. Stay tuned for industry comments, news, and opinion pieces. On this special occasion we would especially like to thank our fantastic clients across the world, who motivate us every day to make Emex the best it can be.