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Avetta receives Canadian Occupational Safety Readers’ Choice Award for third year in a row

By Avetta Marketing
July 29, 2020
3 minutes
Avetta receives Canadian Occupational Safety Readers’ Choice Award for third year in a row

Orem, Utah and Calgary, Alberta, 30 July 2020 — Avettathe leading provider of supply chain risk management, received a Readers’ Choice Award from Canadian Occupational Safety in the contractor management solutions category. This is the third year the company has been honoured by readers of the magazine.

The awards showcase the occupational health and safety companies and suppliers preferred by readers of Canadian Occupational Safety. More than 20,000 votes were cast to determine the top three companies in each category.

“The best awards to receive are the ones given by the workers we protect,” said Arshad Matin, President & CEO of Avetta. “Our focus each day is to protect employees in the factory, the plant, the office, in the field — or anywhere — with supply chain risk management solutions that improves safety, increases efficiency, saves money and helps bring them home each night to their families. We’re grateful to be named as a preferred supplier of contractor management solutions.”

Data from the thousands of companies connected to Avetta’s supply chain risk management platform shows an average 50% reduction in the number of safety incidents and lost workdays compared to the industry average.

Avetta’s technology platform, Avetta Connect™ is one of the most awarded supply chain risk management solutions in the industry. Connect offers a state-of-the-art user experience, enabling clients to configure requirements, create and customise dashboards, modify processes and produce reports to reduce administrative costs, improve compliance, increase safety and enhance sustainability for their supply chain operations.

Avetta Connect™ helps companies build resilience and continuity in their supply chains – from increasing visibility within the network to guaranteeing safety and sustainability. The platform is also customisable for new requirements of social distancing, sanitation practices and building configuration as companies reopen their businesses.

Avetta will be highlighted in the September/October issue of Canadian Occupational Safety.

About Avetta
Avetta leads the world in connecting leading global organisations across several industries including oil/gas, telecoms, construction materials, facilities management and many others, with qualified and vetted suppliers, contractors and vendors. The company brings unmatched access and visibility to its clients’ supply chain risk management process through its innovative and configurable technology, coupled with highly experienced human knowledge and insight. We contribute to the advancement of our clients’ sustainable growth by protecting supply chains from a wide range of potential risks through trusted contractor prequalification, safety training and monitoring, regulatory compliance, insurance/financial stability and other areas of risk. Avetta currently serves more than 450 enterprise companies and 95k suppliers across >100 countries. Visit www.avetta.com for more information.

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