Heathrow Airport undertaking 12-month project with dorsaVi to improve baggage handling
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Key points: 
  • Three-phase project rolling out over 12-months involving ViSafe Comparative Assessments, myViSafe and ViSafe Implementation services
  • Project is valued at more than $100K and in addition annuity revenue will be delivered via myViSafe 
  • Follows success of previous dorsaVi ViSafe projects which saw compliance with use of manual handling aids increase from 20% to 80%
Melbourne, Australia – 19 December 2016: dorsaVi Ltd (ASX: DVL) today announces that Heathrow Airport signed a 12-month contract on Friday, 16 December 2016 (UK time) which will see dorsaVi deliver a range of ViSafe services in three phases.
 
In 2015 Heathrow Airport engaged dorsaVi to conduct a ViSafe Comparison Assessment on the musculoskeletal impact of using manual handling aids for the transfer of airport baggage versus the impact of transferring baggage without the use of aids. The results of this study led to a significant increase - from 20% use to 80% use - in compliance with manual handling aids among baggage handlers. 
 
Heathrow Airport now plans to make a large terminal-wide investment in new manual handling aids. They have shortlisted two products they would like to compare and will be using ViSafe Assessments to provide the evidence and data on which they will base their decision.
 
Phase one commences in January 2017 and will see dorsaVi deliver ViSafe Comparison Assessments to compare the safety profile of two alternative manual handling aids to assist baggage handlers. These assessments will provide comparative data on the two solutions with respect to musculoskeletal risk, productivity, and ease of use.
In phase two dorsaVi will use the objective data to help optimise manual handling practices and will leverage this data in an interactive training application and an internal communications campaign to affect behaviour change. 
 
In phase three myViSafe will be used through the baggage handling area to monitor and promote safe practice.
 
“Heathrow Airport has shown great vision and will be taking the health and safety initiatives within the baggage handling community to a new level by using ViSafe in an integrated way over the coming 12 months.  This contract and ongoing relationship validates that we are able to deliver data that is valuable and they can’t get elsewhere,” said Zoe Whyatt, Head of Sales and Operations, dorsaVi Europe.
 
Key points: 
  • Three-phase project rolling out over 12-months involving ViSafe Comparative Assessments, myViSafe and ViSafe Implementation services
  • Project is valued at more than $100K and in addition annuity revenue will be delivered via myViSafe 
  • Follows success of previous dorsaVi ViSafe projects which saw compliance with use of manual handling aids increase from 20% to 80%
Melbourne, Australia – 19 December 2016: dorsaVi Ltd (ASX: DVL) today announces that Heathrow Airport signed a 12-month contract on Friday, 16 December 2016 (UK time) which will see dorsaVi deliver a range of ViSafe services in three phases.
 
In 2015 Heathrow Airport engaged dorsaVi to conduct a ViSafe Comparison Assessment on the musculoskeletal impact of using manual handling aids for the transfer of airport baggage versus the impact of transferring baggage without the use of aids. The results of this study led to a significant increase - from 20% use to 80% use - in compliance with manual handling aids among baggage handlers. 
 
Heathrow Airport now plans to make a large terminal-wide investment in new manual handling aids. They have shortlisted two products they would like to compare and will be using ViSafe Assessments to provide the evidence and data on which they will base their decision.
 
Phase one commences in January 2017 and will see dorsaVi deliver ViSafe Comparison Assessments to compare the safety profile of two alternative manual handling aids to assist baggage handlers. These assessments will provide comparative data on the two solutions with respect to musculoskeletal risk, productivity, and ease of use.
In phase two dorsaVi will use the objective data to help optimise manual handling practices and will leverage this data in an interactive training application and an internal communications campaign to affect behaviour change. 
 
In phase three myViSafe will be used through the baggage handling area to monitor and promote safe practice.
 
“Heathrow Airport has shown great vision and will be taking the health and safety initiatives within the baggage handling community to a new level by using ViSafe in an integrated way over the coming 12 months.  This contract and ongoing relationship validates that we are able to deliver data that is valuable and they can’t get elsewhere,” said Zoe Whyatt, Head of Sales and Operations, dorsaVi Europe.
 

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