Promoted: ZetaSafe: Helping the NHS deliver compliance through technology


The government has set a target for the NHS to achieve a core level of digitisation across all clinical and operational processes by 2024. The pandemic has accelerated this process for most hospital Trusts, with technology introduced into daily working practices at unprecedented pace.

Now part of the Micad family, ZetaSafe is prevailing as the leading compliance solution in NHS Trusts. ZetaSafe is typically used to manage Water Hygiene, Legionella, Fire Safety and Emergency Lighting compliance, but can manage any routine checks. Trusts such as: South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust and King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust - use ZetaSafe to comply with regulations and keep people safe and secure.

At ZetaSafe, we are a cloud-based business through and through; meaning all of our service delivery, support and business operations were able to function as usual throughout the pandemic. 

Looking to the future 

At ZetaSafe we have also seen an uplift in interest about remote sensor technology as the recent movement restrictions have affected normal operations particularly in the UK, EU and USA.

IoT (Internet of Things) technology can complement and supplement data from manual testing in numerous areas of the built environment and new applications are being developed and implemented all the time.

Whilst we at ZetaSafe are not directly IoT hardware vendors, we are a hub around which a rich and capable community of hardware and service providers has flourished and we, collectively, provide the innovative solution.

ZetaSafe can help you make sense of your task data wherever it comes from.

Visit for more information or call 01327 317950.

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