Protect your employees

Without ongoing training, employees forget important health and safety information, can become too nonchalant about it when carrying out regular tasks or simply not keep in mind how important it can be. E-learning provides and efficient, effective and unintrusive way to deliver ongoing training.

Wranx allows you to easily deliver ongoing health and safety training and to track employee knowledge for additional assurance. Our off-the-shelf health and safety drills in Manual Handling (Raising Awareness), And Introduction to Substance Misuse and Safeguarding.

Protect your organisation

Making sure that your employees know and fully understand health and safety requirements doesn’t just minimise the risk to them, but to your organisation as well. It minimises the change of employee accidents and, subsequently, any potential legal threats or threats to your reputation.

More benefits

  • Improve your organisation's safety culture and reduce accidents
  • Safeguard your organisation legally and financially
  • Enhance morale and productivity among personnel

Safety success at Soletanche Bachy

Soletanche Bachy

Wranx translated Soletanche Bachy's training material into a number of languages and based drill questions on it, with employees answering a few questions a day.


Soletanche Freyssinet, the parent company of Soletanche Bachy, attributed a significant reduction in the number of accidents to the introduction of Wranx

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