SafetyCulture Summit 2021
Say goodbye to poster walls of illegible handwriting, and muddled paper forms. It’s time to take your safety and quality processes seriously. Set up smart inspection forms in minutes with an easy drag-and-drop template builder. Make your inspection procedures quicker and easier with an automated construction inspection checklist that you can track even while on the go.
Your frontline workers are exposed to hazards and risks on the construction site each day. Empower every person to call out when something doesn’t look right, both inside and outside of an inspection, with the Failed Items and Collaborative Actions features from iAuditor.
Find the root of safety and quality issues with instant analytics from your inspection data. Compare performance across sites, teams, or projects with the click of a button so you can focus your attention where it’s needed.
Convert your paper forms to an iAuditor inspection in minutes, share with your team, and inspect away. Once completed, you and your team can generate professional, customised reports with one click.
Assign corrective actions to people inside and outside of your organization, and work together to solve them. With an activity view for each action, you’ll have an automatic log of status, evidence and conversation should you ever need it.
Spot frequently failed items, performance scores, completion rates, and other indicators at a glance with our inbuilt analytics dashboards.
"iAuditor helps us confine the data so we can identify the best approaches. You can pull that data and say 'Ok, we have an issue we've identified. How do we help them?' "
- Mardee Billingsly, Vice President,
“Our superintendents and foremen are able to track the progress of the day. And it all sits in the iAuditor database.”
- Conrad Banez, Certified Health and Safety Technologist
“iAuditor is the life-blood of our quality and safety management systems. We are using it to report on everything—from QHSE field audits, PPE inspections, contractor onboarding, equipment service and repair templates, and asset tracking”
- Gary Bonnett, Director QHSE,
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