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Back in 2004, we were a small team working out of a garage in regional Australia. Our first business solution? Humble safety documents. But as technology reshaped how the world interacted, founder Luke Anear was quick to meet customers where they were.

And so, SafetyCulture (iAuditor) was born, the first iteration of a digital platform that revolutionized inspections globally. It’s now the world’s largest checklist app — and that’s just the beginning.

Today, our technology includes sensors, issue reports, data capture, analytics, risk mitigation and award-winning mobile training. We power 600 million checks per year, approximately 70,000 lessons per day and millions of corrective actions. Our flagship products, SafetyCulture (iAuditor) and EdApp, are used by over 70,000 organizations — ranging from Coles to NASA and the United Nations.

Across industries, SafetyCulture supports businesses around the world in doing their best work everyday.

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SafetyCulture updates the name of its flagship product

SafetyCulture’s flagship product, iAuditor, will be renamed as the company sets its sights on becoming the go-to platform for improvement in the workplace. iAuditor, known for being the world’s largest checklist app, is being renamed ‘SafetyCulture’. iAuditor was launched in 2012 as an inspection checklist app, but has since evolved into a technology platform that …

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Karamo takes on a new challenge: Helping thousands of businesses to create more inclusive workplaces

Karamo Brown launches free Diversity, Equity and Inclusion training with micro-learning platform EdApp by SafetyCulture Karamo Brown, best known for his role as Culture Expert on Netflix’s Queer Eye, is teaming up with EdApp by SafetyCulture to help businesses move beyond DEI buzzwords and help workplaces become more inclusive.  Businesses and individual learners around the …

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SafetyCulture recognised as a top Aussie employer

17 August 2022 – SafetyCulture has been named as one of the best medium-sized companies to work for in the 2022 Best Places to Work survey. The study, which ranked SafetyCulture in 3rd place, is based on one of the world’s most comprehensive assessments of workplace culture by Great Place to Work Australia.  Founded in …

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For the frontline: SafetyCulture launches first-of-its-kind B2B marketplace

SafetyCulture Marketplace boasts products from over 100 brands ensuring frontline workers can access what they need, when they need it 14 July 2022 – Global workplace operations company, SafetyCulture, has today announced the launch of SafetyCulture Marketplace in Australia to help remove the complexity from procurement and supply chain processes. The first-of-its-kind, Amazon-style marketplace is …

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Thanasi Kokkinakis bolsters his team with help from SafetyCulture

SafetyCulture renews sponsorship of Australian tennis star for a third year, supporting with funding for mindset coach and other expert help 23 June 2022 – Global workplace operations platform, SafetyCulture, has extended its sponsorship agreement with Australian tennis star, Thanasi Kokkinakis for a third year. As part of the latest sponsorship agreement, SafetyCulture will continue …

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Frontline workers say management feels “out of touch” with their roles and can do a better job of communicating 

As businesses grapple with frontline worker retention and labor shortages, new data shows that critical messages from HQ aren’t hitting the mark A new survey has revealed a widening divide between frontline workers and their HQ counterparts. More than 1 in 3 (40%) of frontline workers said management is “out of touch” with their role …

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“SafetyCulture on mobile devices has been really user friendly for the people who carry out all our flight checks. They can add pictures, easily record any issues, and identify insights immediately.”

- Deaky Wong Line Maintenance Engineer, Cathay Pacific

“We have visibility into everything because of the data we capture in SafetyCulture platform. If there’s a threshold exception or process that needs improving, all we have to do is drill down and we’ll find it.”

- Sofia Dias, Food Safety & Quality Assurance Manager,

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"Seeing how we’re doing this year compared to last year... food and beverage is up 15 points in terms of guest satisfaction. To see that level of change speaks a lot about a system like SafetyCulture (iAuditor)."

- Kelly Vohs, GM at Waldorf Astoria Boca Raton

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"SafetyCulture platform empowers us to give the customers a shop that they can trust. It also gives us the ease and simplicity to let stores really get ahead of the game to deliver on opportunities to improve."

- Simon McBurney, Senior Delivery Analyst

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“At the end of the day, we’re a very busy site. There are lots of dangers but we keep them to a minimum — there’s lots of cranes, lots of lifting. It’s paramount we keep everyone safe.”

- Scott Cam, SafetyCulture Ambassador & Host of The Block

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“The behaviour is definitely more proactive, with the ability to monitor actions placed upon users/contractors, we’re able to ensure that problems on site are being dealt with in a timely manner."

- Adam, Project Engineer,

Feedback from the field: Frontline workers are paying their own way at work — what can businesses do?

There’s no doubt that workers — particularly frontline workers — have been forced to do their jobs in a pressure cooker for the past few years. Continuing labor shortages, supply chain issues, and the soaring cost of living have only turned up the heat, fueling a burnout epidemic as workers try their best to keep …

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Why improving workplace operations starts with improving safety

When it comes to what employees want from their jobs, a lot of terms get tossed around. Flexibility. Meaning. Development. Fulfillment. Growth.  All of those carry weight, but it turns out there’s one crucial worker expectation where employers are falling short: safety. A good day at work starts with safety, but organizations are still missing …

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Quality is an Investment, Not a Cost 

There are a few universal phrases in this world that will instinctively cause people to flinch or scatter the moment they are uttered. Yell “Heads up” to a group of parents at a kid’s softball game and watch them duck and cover. Similarly, anyone who grew up playing in the street with their friends as …

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Preventing Manual Handling Risk Factors in the Workplace

What a Pain in the … Back?! Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are one of the most common causes of time away from work and are prevalent across all industries. Common musculoskeletal disorders can affect your back, neck, arms, hands, legs, and feet, decreasing mobility and flexibility. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) reported 8.9 million …

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Drive Major Savings In Fuel One Simple Check – Vehicle Inspections

The world is currently witnessing an alarming surge in gas prices, averaging  $5 a gallon in the US and $9-$10 a gallon in Europe. With the gravity of this situation, do we see an end in sight, or when is this going to stop?   Why are Gas Prices So High? First, it is important to …

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Toolbox Talks: Communicating Safety Is A Two-Way Street 

Communication with the workforce always scores quite low in employee surveys. However means communication is achieved—e-mails, Zoom calls, training sessions, posters—it can never be enough.  The proverb “Tell me, I forget; show me, I remember; involve me, I understand” is a useful one in Health and Safety (H&S) management. The last part is particularly striking—after …

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Chief Operating Officer & Chief Financial Officer

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