Manufacturing a New Safety Culture at the AMRC

Manufacturing a New Safety Culture at the AMRC

Published March 23, 2022

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The AMRC has appointed Info exchange to streamline its processes and effectively monitor and manage risks and compliance

The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) has appointed Info Exchange to streamline its processes and effectively monitor and manage risks and compliance through one integrated, scalable software solution.
Recognising the market-leading technology capabilities and expertise Info Exchange delivers, Stephen Davies, Head of Health Safety and Environment at the AMRC, chose Info Exchange to further strengthen its continuous improvement plan, match their specific requirements and digitise manual processes across the organisation.
The EcoOnline Info Exchange platform connects people, processes and data, allowing the AMRC to continuously improve its environmental, health, safety and quality (EHSQ) performance and importantly, identify and reduce risks and achieve regulatory compliance.
Specialising in world-leading research into advanced machining, manufacturing and materials, the AMRC has grown significantly since 2001, employing over 500 researchers and engineers across centres in Sheffield, Rotherham, Preston and Broughton, North Wales. Working with high profile global manufacturing companies that include Boeing, Rolls-Royce, BAE Systems and Airbus; the AMRC manages a diverse risk profile beyond health and safety.
To manage their risk profile and demonstrate ‘industry best in class’ standards, the AMRC will be working in partnership to manage its incident reporting, audits and inspections, risk assessments, asset register and COSHH management to effectively reduce the risk of working with hazardous substances through software provided by Eco Online Sypol.
Stephen Davies, Head of Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) at the AMRC:
“As a complex organisation a ‘one size fits all approach’ did not meet the diverse requirements we needed. To effectively manage our operational risk and reduce the time spent on tracking, managing and reporting, making sure we have one true view through a technology-led approach and real-time insights was a key focus for us. The Info Exchange team really understood our business, matching our specific requirements that gives us the insight, streamlined processes and confidence that will help to drive greater control and increased efficiency.”
Helen Jones, Chief Operating Officer:
“We’re excited to be working with Stephen and the AMRC team to bring greater transparency of operational risk through technology and create opportunities to improve efficiency. Now more than ever, organisations worldwide are investing more in their EHSQ programmes, risk management and technology solutions. In a digitised world, with complex risk profiles, it’s vital that organisations have the right insight to be able to mitigate risk exposures and manage compliance.”

About Info Exchange

Eco Online Info Exchange helps organisations to streamline and simplify their day-to-day operational health and safety management. Through a combination of intuitive software, analysis and reporting tools, it helps to capture and link vital data that increases visibility and control of workplace risk, organisation-wide. By connecting these vital elements, organisations can consolidate and automate manual processes, increase operational efficiency and take practical steps to improve health, safety and operational performance.

Photo credit: University of Sheffield AMRC

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