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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.
SafetyCulture has raised $AU34 million in capital at an increased valuation of $AU2.7 billion.
The funding from Morpheus Ventures, Marbruck Investments and Index Ventures will be used to accelerate the delivery of SafetyCulture’s strategy as we get set to make significant updates to our market-leading operations platform over the next 6 months.
Global technology leader Robyn Denholm has joined the SafetyCulture board as a director. Joining in her capacity as Operating Partner of Blackbird Ventures, Denholm is taking on the role in addition to her roles as Chair of the Board of Directors of Tesla Inc and Chair of The Technology Council of Australia. Denholm joins Luke …
SafetyCulture is launching a new insurance arm ‘SafetyCulture Care’, which will support small and medium-sized businesses in Australia, before launching in the US later this year. SafetyCulture Care is an intermediated insurance agency business, offering risk management and insurance products for small and medium-sized businesses, distributed through brokers. Its products will include a commercial insurance …
The Australian Open is set to join forces with SafetyCulture once again, as the innovative Australian tech company comes on board for its second year as the Official Workplace Operations Partner. “For several years now, SafetyCulture has supported our operations team with much of the behind-the-scenes effort required to bring the Australian Open to life. …
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 …
A new report from SafetyCulture has highlighted the mounting pressure on frontline workers and the key opportunities for businesses to start improving the way they operate. A new survey from SafetyCulture finds life is getting tougher for frontline workers in many essential industries, with almost two in three (64%) saying the challenges and pressure they …
“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,
"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
"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
“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
“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,
Frontline lone workers often find themselves exposed to unique hazards in their solo work environments. So we’ve put together some tips to help ensure your personal safety while working away. It’s all about looking out for yourself while on the job.
Your frontline leaders have the potential to be your biggest asset – or your biggest liability. Some positions are invaluable to a team. Think quality pitching in baseball. Or elite quarterback in American football. In safety and health – especially when it comes to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance – it’s about the …
Voluntary safety and health self-audits can be an important part of a company’s safety program. But what if an audit reveals some problems? Also, does it matter who conducts the audit? For example, a company employee, third-party consultant, or outside legal counsel (who oversees and controls the audit). And what if the Occupational Safety and …
Safety expert Tiffany Argent discusses this year’s environmental, health and safety trends.
Coinciding with World Day for Health and Safety at Work, Danial Cummins, General Manager of SafetyCulture Care in Australia, looks at some of the best loss-prevention techniques for businesses. Below, he discusses practical tips for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to help reduce and manage their physical risks and improve the safety of their frontline workers.
Whether process improvement is focused on enhancing safety, quality, or productivity, there is one track it tends to take. When done correctly, it will follow the traditional Plan, Do, Check, Adjust (PDCA) cycle of continuous improvement. Companies who are more mature in their improvement journey realize that this cycle is just as much a culture …
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