20/04/2021 - 16:33 pm

CoreRFID continues to build Irish client base

Asset management software firm, CoreRFID has won a new customer in Ireland. CoreRFID is installing its CheckedOK system at Dynamic Safety Solutions Ltd, which has bases in Westport, County Mayo and Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland. The solution will be in operation by the end of June.

CheckedOK enables equipment inspectors to use a mobile or tablet to input data onsite. Data is automatically updated to a secure hosted database and certification documents will be immediately available for online viewing and download. It also assists authorised users meet industry regulations such as LOLER (Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations) and GA1 (thorough examination and testing of lifting equipment).

CoreRFID has established a strong presence in the Irish lifting and cranes industry for more than 10 years. The UK and Irish lifting sectors account for a large proportion of CoreRFID’s clients.

Dynamic Safety Solutions, a full member of LEEA (Lifting Equipment Engineers Association), has seven engineers covering the Republic, Northern Ireland and the UK. With more than 200 customers, the firm manages over £18m worth of assets.

Dynamic Safety Solutions’ managing director, Sean McCann, said, “We’ve been growing steadily for the past three years and needed a more modern system that’s flexible and can easily adapt to our needs and those of our clients. CheckedOK is the solution that will help push the company forward with inspection and testing.

“With Brexit affecting both sides of the border, CheckedOK gives us the added advantage of being able to operate across borders when supplying specialist resources to our clients, especially if equipment is being utilised in mainland Europe”.

CoreRFID’s technical director Munzi Ali said, “Dynamic Safety Solutions is a major player in the Irish lifting industry with an enviable reputation. We’re really pleased to be working with Sean and his team in delivering a tailored reporting solution.”

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