(PRWEB) March 15, 2013
From March 19-21, 2013, Medgate Inc. will be showcasing its products for the first time at Safety In Action, the largest Australian trade show dedicated to occupational health and safety (OH&S). The thousands of delegates in attendance at the Melbourne conference will have the opportunity to meet Medgate’s Australian General Manager, Tanya Bose, at Booth G20 and take a look at the company’s OH&S data management products.
This is Medgate’s largest Australian trade show following the opening of their Perth-based Australian office, which opened in 2012. Medgate’s Australian customers include the country’s largest company, BHP Billiton, as well as the operations of several international firms.
“Safety In Action will be an excellent opportunity to interact with Australian OH&S professionals, who face unique and complex challenges,” remarks Tanya, who is herself a certified safety professional (CRSP). “What I’ve seen is that organizations with either headquarters or subsidiaries in Australia have a need for integrated, enterprise, web-based OH&S software, which hasn’t really been available here before. Medgate has worked extensively with our Australian customers to address their requirements and ensure that our products are relevant to the market. As an OH&S professional myself, I look forward to what will surely be an interesting exchange with conference delegates.“
The Medgate software allows companies to streamline the capture of OH&S data and turn that data into knowledge using powerful business intelligence and reporting tools. Medgate’s customers can then use that data to drive improvements in OH&S performance.
Medgate™ (http://www.medgate.com) is the leading global provider of software for occupational health and safety data management. Available in multiple languages, Medgate software is used across the globe in hundreds of the best known corporations and government entities. Its software products include powerful reporting capabilities, and comprehensive tools to manage occupational health, safety, occupational hygiene, environmental, and ergonomic data.