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"Our common objective is to provide a pragmatic and highly operational response to the managers of VSEs/SMIs to help them better identify and prevent occupational risks. We are convinced that risk prevention is not just a matter for specialists. It is essential to facilitate the implementation of a simple prevention approach, in particular by simplifying the preparation of key documents such as the single risk assessment document or the declaration and analysis of accidents at work."
confirm Laurent Kadour and Julien Pierrepont, respectively Sales and Marketing Director of the Apave Group and the Ayming Group
After winning the innovation prize at the 2019 Préventica trade show for its Alert Santé Sécurité solution (a collaborative digital solution for field feedback - currently more than 5,000 users), Apave confirms its ambition to increasingly support its customers with innovative digital solutions that meet the needs of operational players.
Apave offers a complete range of digital solutions dedicated to occupational health and safety, designed and developed to meet the needs of company managers and HSE functions.
Apave is an international group with over 150 years of experience in risk management. An independent company with a turnover of €980M, 22% of which is international, Apave currently has 12,600 employees, 130 agencies in France, 170 training sites in France and abroad and 18 test centres. Apave has an international presence in over 45 countries. Nearly 500,000 customers already place their trust in Apave in France and abroad.
An international business performance consulting group, Ayming is also a software publisher. With its Acciline + solution, it offers a modular QHSE platform that enables companies to manage all of their professional risks: from the declaration phase of work accidents, to the management of the single document, to the authorisation of employees and the monitoring of PPE/EPC & periodic inspections. This international, multilingual software solution currently covers 12.5% of the French working population in the private sector. Each year, it contributes to the processing of nearly 100,000 accidental events.
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