Nalco named one of America’s 12 safest companies

Intelex is thrilled to congratulate client Nalco Company on being included in a prestigious list of America’s 12 safest companies for 2011!

Since 2002, EHS Today has presented an annual list featuring 12 companies that have developed innovative safety solutions, boasted low injury and illness rates, and engendered a corporate culture of safety.

In addition to Nalco, which uses Intelex’s Safety Management System, the list of winners included Caterpillar Inc., ACCO Brands Corp, Honeywell and more. Drop by EHS Today for a complete list, and take a look at the article on Nalco.

The awards were handed out Monday in a ceremony that program sponsor MCR Safety calls “the Academy Awards of safety.”

EHS Today editor Sandy Smith noted that all of the winning companies had ingrained safety as a core value of their company.

Congratulations, Nalco! Keep up the great work!…

Intelex lands Fast 500 hat-trick

Once again, Intelex has been included in Deloitte’s list of the 500 fastest growing technology companies in North America.

This is the third consecutive year Intelex has been included in this who’s who of established and up-and-coming technology companies across the continent. It is also a great way to cap off a record-breaking fiscal year where we achieved more than 50 per cent growth over 2010. That continues our nine-year spell of more than 40 per cent year-over-year growth.

Learn more by checking out the news release over in our press room.… Read more...

Intelex and Virgin Atlantic featured in IT World Canada

Intelex is pleased to announce it is currently featured in IT World Canada alongside Virgin Atlantic, which uses Intelex’s web-based solutions for safety management.

The article follows Intelex’s 2011 User Conference at Toronto’s Fairmont Royal last week where Jonathan Jasper of Virgin Atlantic delivered Intelex’s keynote address. IT World Canada author Dave Webb, who attended Jonathan’s talk, noted at the event that it is rare for the client to deliver the keynote address at a vendor’s user conference.

The article highlights how Virgin uses Intelex tools to manage safety incidents, including slips and falls, turbulence, disruptive passengers, even passenger headaches, all of which have to be documented thoroughly by an airline. As the article notes:

The airline runs only a few standard Intelex modules, prefering to develop its own customized iForms. “It becomes addictive. It becomes a bit of a hobby,” Jasper said. The airline has developed about 30 such modules. Now, “anyone with a shared spreadsheet” wants an Read more...