Global health and safety software company Medgate Inc. is pleased to announce that it has expanded its UK office. As part of its plan for international business growth, Medgate has selected several new hires that will provide sales and consulting services to organisations within the UK, Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). Each new hire is a respected and seasoned professional in occupational health and safety (OH&S) or IT and brings a unique set of credentials to the Medgate team.

In UK / International sales, Medgate has hired Jo Henderson-Tchertoff, a respected and knowledgeable member of the British occupational health community. Jo is actively involved with several occupational health professional groups, including the UK Association of Occupational Health Nurse Practitioners (AOHNP) and the Central London Occupational Health Nurses Group (CLOHNG). She is also a frequent speaker at OH&S conferences in the UK and overseas.

Two additional members of the EMEA team, Emezie Odigboh and Adrian Williams, will focus onOH&S software implementation consulting and training. Emezie holds a Master’s of Science Degree in Occupational Health and Safety and MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) and has worked in the London health and safety industry as an advisor and consultant. Adrian is an IT professional with significant experience in project management, analysing client requirements, and providing implementation services.

“Medgate has secured a strong presence in the international marketplace,” states Mark Wallace, President of Medgate. “The expansion of our UK office means that we can further accelerate this momentum and provide additional sales and consulting support to the global OH&S community. We extend a warm welcome to Jo, Adrian, and Emezie.”

Medgate’s established global presence includes a client roster of Global 500 companies and multi-national government bodies. Medgate’s occupational health, safety, and industrial hygiene software suites are in use at organisations across a variety of industries all over the world.

Around the globe, occupational health and safety requirements are becoming increasingly stringent and expansive, which has strengthened the need for organisations to implement integrated, enterprise-wide OH&S software systems. These systems focus on helping companies to improve worker health and productivity and manage compliance with federal, local, and corporate OH&S regulations.

Medgate’s software offers robust globalisation features that allow large organisations tostandardize OH&S processes across multiple sites and countries. The company is continuously evolving its software offering to respond to and anticipate the requirements of its international clientele.