Reset is in the finals of the Construction Computing Awards

1st October 2015

Wednesday, September 9th 2015 Reset is pleased to announce that they are in the finals for the Health and Safety Software 2015 Award in the Construction Computing Awards, a ceremony that takes place every year to reward the outstanding companies who operate in or serve the construction industry.

Affectionately known as "The Hammers" and now in their 10th year, the Construction Computing Awards showcase and reward the technology, tools and solutions for the construction industry. Reset is a unique Contractor Control and Competence Management Scheme used in the process of admitting third-party contractors onto any site. With Reset, organisations can now quickly and easily verify the competence of their contractors in order to remain compliant with Health and Safety legislations and Construction Design and Management regulations. Until now, in order to comply with health and safety legislations laborious manual checks have been carried using paperwork provided by various bodies and organisations. But these verification times can be reduced by over 90% using Reset's unique system offering a consistent and streamlined checking process. Reset provides the most comprehensive, one stop solution which is available to property and estates managers. Proven in the marketplace, it is currently used in both private and public sectors alike. There are currently in excess of 150 NHS sites, airports, food manufacturers, universities and colleges who operate Reset as a mandatory requirement for the contractors to work on their properties. As well as the 'Health and Safety Software 2015' category, Reset is also computing in 'One to Watch Company 2015' category. To find more about the Construction Computing Awards, visit http://www.constructioncomputingawards.co.uk/ To find more about Reset, visit http://www.rcscard.co.uk/

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