About SafetyCulture

Our Story

After witnessing the tragedy of workplace incidents as a private investigator, our founder Luke Anear went on to recruit a team to help him develop a mobile solution for safety in the workplace. SafetyCulture was originally founded in 2004 from Luke’s garage. As it started gaining momentum and was adopted by a wider range of customers, SafetyCulture graduated into an office space in Townsville, Australia. The team has since expanded across the globe with additional offices in Sydney, Kansas City and Manchester.

Our flagship product, SafetyCulture iAuditor, simplifies the auditing process by making it easy for anyone to effectively manage safety and quality from a mobile device. Frontline workers are empowered to report issues quickly to prevent an incident due to inefficiency and limited visibility. Word of mouth about SafetyCulture iAuditor and the growing industry movement toward safer, data-driven workplaces have added momentum to our growth.

Today, SafetyCulture iAuditor is the most used checklist inspection app in the world. It’s currently used in over 80 countries to perform millions of inspections.

SafetyCulture was founded as a safety documents business by Luke Anear from his humble garage.
Mobile devices became integral in our everyday culture, sparking an idea in Luke’s mind to move from safety documents to an app.
SafetyCulture iAuditor the app was born, revolutionising safety inspections around the world.
We raised our first round of funding with investment from Atlassian Co-Founder, Scott Farquhar and Blackbird Ventures.
We were growing so much we opened a Sydney office, in addition to headquarters in Townsville.
We expanded globally with offices in San Francisco, Kansas City and Manchester.


We have offices located in Kansas City, Manchester, Manilla, Sydney and Townsville


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Featured Stories

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18th October 2016

SafetyCulture’s mobile safety management SaaS pulls in $23M Series B, led by Index.

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18th October 2016
Mashable Australia

How to go from private eye to startup CEO raising $23 million in funding.

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18th October 2016
Business Insider

Startup SafetyCulture raises $30 million as it sets its sights on becoming Australia's next Atlassian.

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  • 2019 - Insurance Times Tech & Innovation Awards
    Technology Partner of the Year - Underwriting
  • 2015 - StartupSmart Awards
    Best Regional Startup - Winner
  • 2014 - Tabby Awards
    And the Tabby Award For Best Business App Goes to...iAuditor. Twice!
  • 2012 - Queensland Safe Work Awards
    Best solution to an identified workplace health and safety issue - Highly Commended
  • 2012 - National Safety Awards of Excellence
    Rio Tinto Best Solution of an OHS Workplace Risk Award (small business) - Finalist


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