OCT 00] HST COMPUTERS NEWS
HST Sews Up Seqin Deal
new company that has developed a high-tech system to raise health and
safety awareness in British industry has chosen Coventry as its base.
Ltd has moved into premises on the Innovation Centre in Harry Weston
Road, Binley, which is operated by the University of Warwick.
technology developed in Belgium, SEQin (Safety, Environment, Quality
for Industry) provides a comprehensive workplace safety and quality
assurance service for businesses.
its software comes from Belgium, the company has turned to
Coventry-based HST Computers to supply networked PCs in its new
offices and has recruited six staff locally.
Colin Blackburn revealed that he was delighted to have been able to
invest in the Coventry economy and predicted rapid growth.
have a system which we can take to health and safety officers in
companies and help make their jobs far easier.
company directors have been made personally liable for health and
safety breaches in the workplace which lead to accidents and that
has raised the profile considerably.
system is a comprehensive one which not only enables the client to
make sure everything is right at the time on inspection, but also
has an on-line system which means that they update with any changes
hope our company is going to grow quickly and it would be nice to
think that a Coventry firm like HST could grow with us."
have fulfilled a £25,000 contract which includes the installation and
networking of ten computers.
Hooper of HST said:
product is at the cutting edge of technology which is shown by the
fact they have been welcomed into the Innovation Centre.
is great for us to be associated with companies such as SEQin and
shows that we can compete with the best."