COVID-19: A Warehouse Auditor Press Release

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Free 90-day use of our Health & Safety App During the COVID-19 Crisis

The Warehouse Auditor is offering free use of its health and safety reporting app for the next three months, with absolutely no strings attached.

“We want to support the 3PL, warehousing, distribution and logistics sector by helping its workforce stay safe,” explains Sales Director Paul Miller.

“We are making our inspection app available completely free for the next three months to health and safety teams, auditors, and warehouse managers.

We’re not asking for any kind of commitment, debit card or bank details. It’s a genuine offer of help. Why? because we want to contribute something to the sector’s enormous national effort.”

Following an urgent enquiry about installing the app for immediate use, Paul realised that it could swiftly enable warehouses to become safer working environments, during the coronavirus crisis.

“Using the app eliminates the need for handling paper reports and physically touching clipboards by multiple individuals, in this type of environment. That’s something we want businesses to be able to take full advantage of, without costing them financially.”

Combatting the Contagion with a Contact-free App

As the coronavirus crisis deepens, it is affecting all walks of life in the UK, including the warehousing industry, which is playing a critical role in supporting the economy and people’s everyday lives.

Logistics workers are performing essential roles in the supply chain, but they can only continue to do so if they stay safe in the workplace.

This means maintaining a recommended safe distance of two metres, and minimising contact.

Unfortunately, health and safety (H&S) inspections involve plenty of paperwork.

“The amount of close contact, and having to exchange paperwork are two key elements, which right now are contributing a considerable risk of the transmission of coronavirus between employees.”

According to a study by the New England Journal of Medicine, the virus can remain stable on a variety of surfaces, posing a threat of contagion from contact. It is still detectable on cardboard for up to 24 hours.

“The less warehouse managers have to directly handle paper reports and pass them on to each other at close quarters, the safer they will be from contracting the virus.”

The Warehouse Auditor app provides digital templates, which eliminate paper checks, therefore reducing the need for physical contact.

If your business wants to use the app completely free for the next three months, please accept the offer.

We don’t require debit card or bank details, there’s no contract to sign.

We are ready to offer all the support the warehousing, logistics and distribution sector needs to get the best use out of its H&S reporting app.

To register for 3 months free use of the app, please visit

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