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The team at Ai Solutions are busy preparing for the 2014 Health and Safety Conference. Rachel Gray, the Marketing Manager, has been to various marketing expos recently to investigate different ideas for making the day even more of an experience for you and your team. Keep an eye out for spoilers!
For more information about the conference visit the Health & Safety Conference 2014 page on our website.
Did you know you could register and pay for the event - all on our website?
We have tried to make the process as simple and quick as possible because we know you are all very busy! Feedback is always appreciated to improve our service to you.
Once again the team at Ai Solutions Ltd have continued to perform to the high standards that being a Microsoft Partner requires. The plaque and paperwork came through the post this month, confirming that we have maintained the competencies required to continue as a Microsoft Silver Partner.
Ai Solutions has been a Microsoft Partner since 2000. Its many benefits have been filtered down to our customers and suppliers alike - to create a seamless service and a versatile product.
Through qualification and hard work, the team are able to provide up to date advice and deliver products and services from the Microsoft Product Portfolio.
"We find working as Certified Microsoft Engineers, provides our customers with the confidence and assurance they require" according to Theo Gray, Technical Director. "In addition, we feel we can qualify our statement 'Leaders in Health and Safety Software' due to our hard work in maintaining this prestigious relationship with Microsoft.
There has been a lot of talk about BIM. Are you confused or a BIM champion?
Either way, Shirley Radford presents an interesting perspective on BIM in her latest article - which will certainly get you thinking.Click here to see the full article....
The latest figures supplied by the Building Safety Group indicate that accidents on construction sites have decreased by 17% in the last quarter. The Group puts the reduction down to the "thematic" site inspections and the possibility of more inspections in the future. Is this a sustainable approach to Health and Safety?
Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting Chad Lilley, who specialises in people and long-term behavioural results. Over the past 10 years Chad has provided companies around the world with the tools to become competent at addressing the human side of safety, while maintaining or upgrading their existing safety systems and programmes. His work has shown a 50% decrease in accidents for the companies he has worked with.
Is concentrating on behavioural change more sustainable than scaring people into submission?
If you are looking to improve your accident statistics - it may be worth looking at a different approach to behaviour change. Especially if your team is resistant to change.
Did you know the Microsoft Partner Network includes over 430,000 organizations with more than 160 million mutual customers worldwide? And that Microsoft employees consume about 4 million cups of tea each year on campus. Green tea is the most popular, with over 1.1 million packets used annually. (Source: Microsoft)