Cardinus' Workstation Safety Plus - DSE Injury Reduction Solution

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Cardinus, (a THB Group plc member company) - providers of online injury reduction solutions and risk management within the safety, fleet and property sectors, is seeing a steady increase in the uptake of their leading Display Screen Equipment injury reduction solution - Workstation Safety Plus 8.0.

Cardinus, (a THB Group plc member company) - providers of online injury reduction solutions and risk management within the safety, fleet and property sectors, is seeing a steady increase in the uptake of their leading Display Screen Equipment injury reduction solution - Workstation Safety Plus 8.0.

Launched back in October 2008 during European Health & Safety Week, Cardinus has been showcasing the new version of the award-winning ergonomics training and assessment software to many blue chip companies; where they have highlighted the numerous enhancements - designed to help organisations improve results from their ergonomics programmes.

Cardinus continue to market the full range of new features, which are supported by validated results that qualify how effectively Workstation Safety Plus can support both compliance and injury reduction programmes.

Several key clients have demonstrated how, by integrating Workstation Safety Plus and PACE into ergonomics processes, they experienced a 50% reduction in injuries and a 75% reduction in injury costs after only one year. (Parsons 2008).

Cardinus' Managing Director Jon Abbott, explained "Too many organizations look at software and worry how they will use it to comply with national guidelines or internal policies. Cardinus is able to demonstrate how to look at the wider picture and how to encourage employees to manage their own risk and, where they cannot, how a simple but comprehensive process can be provided to manage this risk."

Cardinus also offer a variety of e-learning, risk assessment, on-site training and consultancy services for fleet management (in conjunction with RAC Risk Management) Manual Handling Operations Regulations compliance, property risk management, stress management and fire safety.

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