Nov 2, 2015
Wellnomics – a leader in occupational health and safety software, announced version 3.0 of their market leading software Wellnomics Risk Management®
The most noticeable change to the system is its new improved user interface which has been completely refreshed to bring a new modern look-and-feel to the market.
The new Wellnomics Risk Management 3.0 portal concentrates on simplicity and ease of use.
In addition to the new look and feel, version 3.0 also includes the following new features and enhancements:
With ease of use in mind, Wellnomics have added new information to the user Risk Profile page including recommendations on how to best mitigate ergonomic risks identified by the system. This change significantly decreases the amount of time needed to drill-down to important information for each individual, leaving more time for the recommendations to be put into action.
Version 3.0 provides other enhancements including being able to give the individual user access rights to select which assessments they wish to take.
Wellnomics system administrators and managers have already welcomed the new 1-click access to their staff’s User Summary page, as well as being able to add notes to the user’s record. This feature goes a long way to meeting the growing customer need to include incident tracking into the Wellnomics Risk Management Portal. Wellnomics have announced that further development to case management features is underway and will be released in 2016.
Important to changes to the data access and privacy options allows Wellnomics Risk Management the flexibility to meet strict privacy legislation in the European Union ensuring organisations with offices spread around the globe can meet their various privacy obligations with one, company-wide ergonomic solution.
Founded in 1997 by directors Dr Kevin Taylor and Dr Rob van Nobelen, Wellnomics® is a leader in the office ergonomics software field, with many thousands of clients across North America, Australasia and Europe and over 1 million software product licenses in use worldwide. Clients include Global 1000 organisations such as Philips, Boeing (NASA), Chevron, Intel, Shell, BP, ING Bank, KPMG, PWC, US Department of Energy, Cap Gemini, Nike, and Eli Lilly.
Wellnomics provides an integrated suite of software that helps organisations effectively manage the health and safety of large numbers of office workers. Wellnomics products are designed to meet legislative requirements, improve productivity and prevent injuries, and are underpinned by extensive international research.
At any one time Wellnomics is involved with numerous scientific studies on computer use in the office environment around the world. These activities allow Wellnomics to ensure its products are scientifically validated and provide objectively measurable improvements to health and safety outcomes. For more information, please visit www.wellnomics.com.