Annuvia’s Real Customer Case Studies

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    Complying with basic OSHA standards for Health and Safety Training
    A small business was required to offer First Aid, CPR and blood borne pathogen training to employees but had experienced a succession of difficulties in attracting both staff attendees and highly qualified instructors to conduct those trainings. Beset by a spate of unreturned calls, instructor cancellations, upfront payment requirements, and ineffective instruction by individuals who had never themselves delivered the interventions they were teaching, employee attendance dropped sharply. As a result, the business was having difficulty complying with OSHA standards for Health and Safety Training.
    Annuvia, Inc, San Francisco, CA, Fri, 2008-06-20
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    Designing, maintaining, and implementing a system wide safety training program including using CPR/AED training and AED deployment to meet legal compliance while minimizing company risk exposure
    A large, multi-national law firm with thirteen offices and 2,100 employees recognized the need for a compliant safety program while providing employees access to high quality training in CPR, First Aid, safety, and the use of AED equipment. The current program left individual office managers in charge of arranging solutions using local vendors who were able to provide training only on a part time basis. The result was not satisfactory; lacking in consistency, quality, uniformity, and ease of use: as a result, it left the company undesirably vulnerable to risk and required tremendous human capital to arrange programs, procure services, and manage solutions. A company wide solution offering a higher standard of employee training and implementation was needed.
    Annuvia, Inc, San Francisco, CA, Fri, 2008-06-20
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    Establishing coordinated system-wide health, safety, and emergency response protocols for a corporation with offices on a national and global scale
    A rapidly growing Fortune 100 corporation had a fragmented system of providing health, safety, and emergency response. Their program involved many vendors and was marked by a lack of standardization from facility to facility. Curriculum and training lacked consistency, quality, and centralization. Hundreds of invoices came from multiple individual vendors many of whom were lacking the administrative staff necessary to offer sufficient customer support in the forms of favorable invoicing terms and site specific consistent training. A sustainable and scalable solution with the capability to grow with the company was needed to offer coordinated protocol and curriculum development, legal compliance, and improved health and safety for employees. System-wide Automated External Defibrillator (AED) programs and training in their use was needed to provide workplace safety and meet legal compliance standards.
    Annuvia, Inc, San Francisco, CA, Fri, 2008-06-20
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    Lowering Healthcare Costs By Encouraging Behavior and Lifestyle Changes In Employees
    A publicly-traded, multi-national manufacturing company with more than thirty locations was faced with constantly increasing health care costs for its employees. The company recognized that the key to decreasing long-term healthcare expenses was to enable employees to become healthier– treating the problem before it became a problem. The company understood the importance of on-site wellness programs that would encourage lasting employee behavior and lifestyle changes, resulting in a healthier workforce, thereby reducing health care costs. While the importance of this type of programming was understood, the company lacked a cogent methodology of implementing professional, on-site coaching for aesthetically, demographically, and geographically diverse facilities.
    Annuvia, Inc, San Francisco, CA, Fri, 2008-06-20

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