Atos makes compliance pay

by | Sep 20, 2011 | Articles

Atos makes workstation compliance simple to implement by seamless integration from learning, tests, workplace assessment, through to monitoring and solving issues raised by individuals.

Providing safety training is not a matter of choice it is a legal requirement and more importantly it helps build a strong health and safety culture.This case study highlights how Atos has used an e-learning solution that has delivered intangible improvements in performance from a workforce that is less likely to complain of health issues which could be attributable to workstation use. The organisation estimates savings of £43,000 due to fewer lost working days.

The case study highlights a number of benefits that technology enabled learning has delivered to Atos in this area. They have found that:

  • e-Learning testing proves reliable, there is an 80% probability of DSE assessors agreed with users judgements.
  • One-third of managers and H & S professionals observed improvements in productivity.
    Over three-quarters of managers observed that DSE training makes a difference to their team members.
  • About one-third of learners feel changes they made following completion of DSE training and workstation assessment was beneficial to them.
  • Two-thirds recommend this training to their colleagues.
  • Some individuals stated specific and significant benefits in how they feel, in their productivity and in their health.
  • Six out of ten learners initiated some change in the way they worked or in their work environment.

The case study provides an insight into:

  • Improvements in health
  • Adminstrative advantage
  • The importance of management involvement
  • The role of marketing and effective communications plans
  • How DSE assessors were engaged

To learn more about the success of this project and to take away 7 lessons learned that you can apply to help you, please download the case study below.

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