Sword GRC launches occupational health and safety management solution

AdobeStock 187357105The new 'Sword Verify' solution ensures best practice within hazardous and high-risk environments via a digital platform that reduces an organisation's liability and the likelihood of workplace hazards

Global risk, compliance and governance software specialist Sword GRC has unveiled its latest innovation for occupational health and safety risk management. 

The new software, Sword Verify, digitialises the risk management process to reduce both liability and hazard likelihood. Combining with ARM, the solution offers a single port-of-call to provide risk managers with the right information to protect workers and reduce disruptions. 

“ARM is the only fully integrated solution that meets the needs of all stakeholders within Projects, Enterprise, Supply Chain and OHS risk management,” said Keith Ricketts, Sword GRC, VP of marketing. 

“Confident that effective controls are in place, being followed and that operator safety is ensured, organisations can meet their regulatory requirements and safeguard their business reputation.”  

Nick Scully, CEO of Sword GRC, added: “Through digitalisation we are equipping organizations, particularly those within high-risk sectors such as mining, energy, and aerospace & defense, with practical solutions to manage the efficacy of their controls, thereby mitigating risk, as well as providing evidence of best practice that is so important in today’s business environment.  

“The release of Sword Verify is the first in a series of strategic product launches and is part of Sword GRC’s multi-million-dollar investment, which aims to leverage the latest innovations in technology in order to deliver best fit risk management solutions designed entirely on customer feedback related to their business needs.”   


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