With Alcumus North America, safety professionals have been able to revolutionize the world of work and reduce injury rates by 60%, drop TRIF by 130.7%, streamline safety processes, and create a competitive advantage for their business. We are transforming safety as we help create better workplaces in partnership with safety leaders across the globe.
We have expanded and grown to include three distinct products in our portfolio: Field iD™, eCompliance™, and ContractorCheck™. Each solves the challenges faced by health and safety professionals.
Our corporate vision and mission is to help create better workplaces to keep people safe, reducing risks, and simplifying processes through expert teams and technology.
Our mission is to create great relationships with customers to understand their needs and support them to build strong, resilient businesses, while delivering the service and technology which helps them create safe and effective workplaces.
More specifically, the North American team has set a goal to: Help our customers create safer workplaces that protect 5 million workers from workplace incidents by 2025.
In the summer of 2010, a tragic workplace accident claimed the lives of two young people in a remote east coast community.
At the time, Adrian Bartha was on the project developers’ board of directors and was struck by the weight of the tragedy. The incident had a profound effect on him, knowing that the fatalities were 100% preventable.
Recognizing both that a worker is injured every 7 seconds and smartphone adoption was on the rise, he decided to build a tech company that would protect the frontline workforce and make sure they return home safely to their loved ones every day.
In October 2012, supported by a group of successful entrepreneurs from across the U.S. and Canada, Adrian and his business partner Josh LeBrun assumed the reins of a 12 employee online training company from previous owners and began building Field iD into the leading cloud product protecting the frontline workforce in hazardous industries.