FISHERS, Ind. (May 20, 2020) – Recently featured in an independent research firm report on health and safety mobile applications, Anvl looks to deliver needed support for workers as businesses reopen across the country. 

In response to COVID-19, workers need clear communication of quickly changing safety procedures and businesses need to ensure compliance with those same guidelines. 

With over 8.3 billion mobile subscriptions worldwide and over 96 percent of younger adults using smartphones on a regular basis, mobile devices are well positioned to fill the need of delivering safety protocols and guidance. Based on these trends, there is also an underlying expectation from workers that companies will use mobile applications in the workplace.

Released in March 2020, Market Overview: The Evolving Universe Of EHS Mobile Apps, published by an independent research firm and featuring Anvl, details the focus of environmental, health, and safety (EHS) professionals to “engage frontline workers with safety solutions.”

The report finds that the use of mobile applications has soared in recent years, with nearly three-quarters of EHS professionals surveyed planning to use EHS mobile apps widely across their operations.

“It’s great to see the increased focus on listening to frontline workers and enabling them with mobile applications,” said Robin Fleming, co-founder and CEO of Anvl. “It is critical, especially now, to enable workers with digital tools, give them guided support, and a voice for change. Helping to drive real conversation through technology remains our core focus and I’m glad to see the growing interest from EHS professionals”

With quickly shifting safety concerns, the need for communication and guidance in the hands of workers is a top need for businesses. 

In response, Anvl has added additional templates to address COVID-19 concerns, supporting worker instruction, data capture, and real time insights. Available templates include guided workflows supporting employee screenings, pre-checks for visiting contractors, personal protective equipment checks, training confirmations, and more. These can also be integrated into existing operational protocols, allowing workers to have one digital source for providing information and accessing guidance.

Anvl’s user-friendly mobile safety application helps automate safety, quality, and operational procedures and processes, making it easy to stay connected with frontline workers and access data on compliance. Anvl’s user-friendly mobile safety application fills the need for delivering up-to-date procedural guidance and remote visibility into worker safety.


About Anvl

Anvl helps companies identify risk and reshape safety culture. Anvl safety software helps businesses automate paperwork and processes, making it easy to stay connected with workers, distribute the responsibility of safety, and ensure accountability and compliance with safety processes. For more information on Anvl, visit or follow on Twitter at @AnvlApp.

Download the full  Market Overview: The Evolving Universe Of EHS Mobile Apps report from Anvl.