At construction sites, safety should always be the top priority. Unfortunately, because of poor health and safety management, the construction industry has the highest incidence of non-fatal accidents in the European Union. In 2017, there were 2,876 accidents per 100,000 persons employed. In the European Union, work-related illnesses and injuries is costing companies €476 billion
Is site safety being a top priority for you, especially if you are dealing with hazardous operations or activities. If you are in construction or manufacturing industries safety should be of paramount importance due to these industries’ inherent risks. According to the HSE (Health and Safety Executive), the estimated cost of injuries and ill health
Construction is a high-risk industry that involves a wide range of hazards, from falls and electrical shocks to hazardous materials and heavy equipment, that’s why it’s important to choose the right Environmental, Health and Safety software for your business. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), there were 1,069 fatalities in the construction
5 lessons from Lagan Homes on keeping IT simple with low-code / no-code Jim Fennell’s experience with low-code / no-code (LCNC) Jim Fennel is the Information Systems Manager at Lagan Management. I talked to him about low-code / no-code and digital transformation. In short, it was a refreshing down-to-earth conversation about IT. About three and
The science behind citizen development (and digital transformation) Citizen development is the bridge Digital transformation does not only apply to the “technicians”, or the tech geeks but, also to the people outside of the tech world for whom digital business transformation can all be very intimidating. This can create a digital divide. Technology should never be
In December 2021, the WOMEN IN IT SUMMIT & AWARDS IRELAND, announced Derya Sousa, Co-Founder /COO Kianda Technologies, as the winner of the Women in IT, Entrepreneur of the Year 2021.
Kianda no-code / low-code (NCLC) application development platform It all started with an idea. But, today Kianda no-code / low-code (NCLC) development platform is empowering thousands of citizen developers to drive digitalisation in their organisations. A long time ago, a young couple of IT specialists moved to Ireland from Portugal. In Ireland, they began working
I have had the pleasure of working with some fascinating characters in the world of citizen development, no-code and low-code. The excitement of technology abstraction allows people to play Lego with software and build anything they want. Certainly, the impact that has on automation, efficiency, and digital transformation. But, also the implications for organisational development,