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ASSP Works with Fulcrum to Improve Workplace Safety

The American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) has created an alliance with Fulcrum – a field inspection management software company – to automate workplace safety and health inspections through a mobile app. The agreement will help ASSP and its 35,000 members worldwide make progress in keeping workers safe in all industries.

The agreement welcomes Fulcrum as a premier sponsor of ASSP and enables Society members to more easily use voluntary national consensus standards while simplifying safety inspections and other processes. Inspectors and other ASSP members may now get a free Fulcrum account that can help them perform inspections more efficiently, collect complete data that includes photos and video, share notifications immediately and automatically generate reports. Users also can access checklists and reference materials digitally.

ASSP is a global leader in developing workplace safety and health standards, helping employers minimize on-the-job risks. Companies rely on the expert guidance material to drive improvement and prevent injuries, illnesses and fatalities.

Fulcrum’s mission is to automate field inspection management, reducing the time, cost and risk associated with inspections, data collection and workflow automation. The company focuses on safety performance optimization for workers in the field. Fulcrum’s Field Inspection Management platform automates field inspection workflows for more than 30,000 users.

The one-year agreement is part of ASSP’s corporate sponsorship program, designed to maximize benefits to each organization. Safety teams get empowered, educated and energized by relevant and reliable resources.

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