The Dutch subsidiary of Hoyer, the Hamburg-based international logistics specialist, has developed an app, which aims to enhance transport safety.
When it comes to implementing safety, health, environmental and quality standards – known for short as SHEQ – the Hoyer group feels obliged to meet only the highest standards. In order to realise this objective Hoyer has made safety awareness a high priority throughout the group. Against this background, the company is constantly exploring new ways of raising the frequency of near-accident reporting, for example.
The number of incidents documented internally has certainly been increasing over the years, but until now the necessary cross-linking with modern communication media did not exist. This is how Hoyer Nederland came up with the idea of programming an in-house Hoyerapp to enable uncomplicated recording of near-accidents via smartphone.
The aim of the development: the app should require a minimal lead-time and not only be available to Hoyer employees or subcontractors, but also for clients and trade colleagues in the transport sector.
And this is how the app works: after entering the email address of the person reporting the near-accident, it is only necessary to fill out two small on-screen forms with information about the incident. It takes a maximum of three minutes to do this.
The app is currently being tested by Hoyer in the Netherlands. The final version will then be available on the group website (www.app.hoyer-group.com) as well as being available free from the usual app stores.
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