Managing a DSE or driver risk programme can be a tricky and time consuming task. Managed services helps organisations to manage their DSE and driver risk programmes more effectively. It takes away the day-to-day challenge of managing assessments and actions from already stretched staff.

We have the experts and systems that allow for the smooth running of these risk programmes, helping to ensure assessments are completed, relevant actions taken and records maintained. As well as ensuring organisations comply with legislation and their duty of care requirements, it can help protect them in any possible litigation cases.

Risk assessments generated by an organisation’s staff using online e-learning such as Workstation Safety Plus and Safe Driving Plus are handled for many of our clients by Cardinus. The managed services team is responsible for the management of the client’s data and batch email functionality within the Cardinus data management system, PACE.

There is a bank of Cardinus approved consultants who work alongside in-house experts to conduct telephonic interventions and on-site visits where required. All of our consultants have to reach Cardinus Risk Management’s high standards and complete rigorous training.

The managed services team will act as co-ordinator between Cardinus consultants and client employees to ensure interventions are scheduled and completed in line with service level agreements.

Hollie Smith, head of managed services oversees the process from start to finish. Hollie is responsible for the administrative element of the projects, ensuring all service provisions are met in accordance with the agreed service levels and regular reports are produced for the client.

This is a service that is growing fast and one we are confident provides a cost effective way for companies to effectively manage their DSE and driver risk. Contact the managed services team for more information by completing the online contact form or emailing

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