Online help to meet guidelines

John Keen, managing director of RKMS
John Keen, managing director of RKMS
Have your say

A SOFTWARE company is pioneering several new products to help businesses comply with national guidelines.

Recent developments at Rosewood Keen Management Services (RKMS) has seen the partnership develop an online management system which allows their clients to come up with their own guidelines which meet the requirements of internationally recognised standards.


The Isosmart system provides for a range of businesses, including the fire safety sector, the care sector and also includes Isosmart Green Deal which is designed to assist providers meet the requirements of energy efficient measures for businesses and homes.

John Keen, who runs the business from the Solaris Centre, South Shore, said: “At the moment, businesses have a team of auditors looking at their compliance methods.

“But what we are developing is a tool which provides the evidence they need and make compliance easier.

“It saves them a lot of consultancy fees and makes life a lot easier for them.

“We have always talked one on one with our clients and they’ve told us it’s good because there’s nothing out there at the moment which offers this with on-site consultancy.”

RKMS has also set-up Primary Risk Management Ltd to expand its compliance work.

The Risk Management software allows clients to complete online fire risk assessments, while other modules allow accident reporting and clinical compliance aimed at national companies.

Mr Keen says the company has worked with a number of businesses in the last few years and saved them thousands of pounds in the process.

He added: “RKMS has worked with more than 1,500 clients and provided training and consultancy in business improvement.

“Our Accelerate Programme has been running in Scotland for the past 12 years and has seen over 400 companies participate with an average benefit to each company of £100,000.

“If business wanted to do their own compliance works it would cost them more than £4,000, but they can source it locally for £1,000.”