SafetyCulture Summit 2021
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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, 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.
At the heart of it, we build products for our customers; to drive their business forward and support working teams. As the world of work evolves, so do we.
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 50,000 lessons per day and millions of corrective actions. Our flagship products, iAuditor and EdApp, are used by over 28,000 organizations — ranging from Coles to NASA and the United Nations.
Across industries, SafetyCulture is the leading digital operations platform which helps organizations get better everyday
Australia-based SafetyCulture raised a $73 million funding round at a valuation of $1.6 billion, doubling the company’s valuation from its $35.5 million raise a year ago.
SafetyCulture is opening a new headquarters in Sydney. The Australian tech unicorn is relocating to a custom-built headquarters in the Sydney suburb of Surry Hills, which is set to be complete in mid-2021 and will add to the suburb’s emerging tech scene.
A group of Australia’s top tech companies and investment firms have joined forces to help tackle India’s COVID crisis, with Canva, SafetyCulture and Airtasker launching an ‘Aussie Tech for India’ relief campaign and pledging an initial $400,000 for medical equipment
SafetyCulture may be one of Australia’s fastest growing startup, doubling its three-comma valuation in the space of a few months. Starting as a workplace safety checklist app, SafetyCulture is hoping to transform itself into a global platform managing all aspects of business operations.
From humble beginnings in a garage to offices around the globe, Townsville’s homegrown SafetyCulture is kicking goals. The tech company has just been announced as one of the best places to work in Australia.
SafetyCulture started life in a Townsville garage in 2004. Now its CEO and founder is running a global business that helps more than 500,000 workers in 85 countries.
Six months after becoming Australia’s latest “unicorn,” workplace safety platform SafetyCulture has raised another $48.5 million. Of the raise, only $14 million ($US10 million) was equity, with the remaining generated by staff and early investors selling down their stakes.
The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) and global tech company SafetyCulture have partnered to create a new app to support pubs in reopening safely this summer.
Putting a line item in one’s back-to-school plan on additional cleaning necessary during COVID-19 isn’t enough. Parents say they want more transparency into school district operations, a new survey claims.
Insurance company QBE’s early-stage investment arm has joined forces with local tech unicorn SafetyCulture to form Mitti, a company aimed at reimagining the traditional relationship between businesses and insurance.
Technology unicorn SafetyCulture is buying Sydney-based startup EdApp, capping off its maiden acquisition in a deal that values the online training app at $40 million.
SafetyCulture secured $60.5 million in funding, taking its valuation to $1.3 billion and entering into Australia’s unicorn club alongside tech companies Canva, Culture Amp and Atlassian.
M-Sport Ford World Rally Team is delighted to announce an exciting new and significant partnership with SafetyCulture, the global operations platform which empowers working teams to drive improvements in the workplace. Founded in Australia in 2004, SafetyCulture helps companies achieve safer and higher quality workplaces through innovative mobile-first products. Initially, M-Sport will utilise SafetyCulture’s iAuditor …
Australian-based global technology company extends sponsorship of rising Australian tennis star Global technology company, SafetyCulture, has extended its sponsorship of rising Australian tennis star, Thanasi Kokkinakis. The sponsorship follows Kokkinakis’ comeback to tennis at the Australian Open in February where he secured his first singles victory in Melbourne since 2015. In his inspiring comeback to …
Global technology company’s valuation soars after $96 million funding round led by US growth equity investor Insight Partners May 3, 2021 – SafetyCulture, the global digital operations platform which empowers working teams to drive improvements in the workplace, has today announced a $2.2 billion valuation, smashing past its previous unicorn status from April 2020. The …
Digital training platform, EdApp, today announced its upcoming free virtual summit Rewrite the Playbook, to be presented on April 29, headlined by NBA superstar Magic Johnson, Netflix’s Chief Talent Officer Patty McCord, and iconic football/soccer manager Arsène Wenger. This completely free virtual conference is part of EdApp’s continued focus to democratise learning. The summit will deliver practical …
Former Goldman Sachs executive director, John Blake, responsible for global business expansion. Global technology company, SafetyCulture, today announced the appointment of former Goldman Sachs executive director, John Blake, as its new chief financial officer who will be responsible for leading the company’s continued growth across Australia, the UK and the US. Blake brings to the …
Office will accommodate 30% more employees, as company eyes impressive growth Australian unicorn SafetyCulture is delivering a boost to Surry Hills’ emerging tech district, with its relocation to a custom-built headquarters in 2021. The $38m ultra-modern office build and fit out will be designed to drive greater collaboration, innovation and culture for its team. Meanwhile …
“iAuditor 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 iAuditor. 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 iAuditor."
- Kelly Vos, GM at Waldorf Astoria Boca Raton
"iAuditor 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
"The person that’s filling it out doesn't even realise that it's completely customised itself to ask the right questions to get the relevant information that we need"
- John Bailey, Head of Production,
“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,
The COVID-19 pandemic has proven beyond any doubt that you don’t need all your people in the same place, at the same time, in order to get things done. The goal now is to make working from home sustainable as it becomes a permanent fixture of the new normal. This requires effective ways to measure …
Jane Yuan, Sensors and IoT Product Manager at SafetyCulture, explains how hospitality professionals can tap into tech to manage increasing demand in the sector. Do more with less. It’s a line that you never want to hear at work, but it’s been the reality for many in hospitality in the past year. We see it …
The coronavirus pandemic is fast-tracking the take-up of “workstream collaboration”. This next generation of unified productivity and collaboration tools is designed to make it easier for colleagues to work together from afar. Working from home is mandatory for many people when a lockdown is declared in their area. Even as the threat of the coronavirus …
In a bygone era, decision-making used to suffer from the HiPPO (or Highest Paid Person’s Opinion) phenomenon, whereby logic goes out of the window in favour of the whim of the most senior executive in the room. With the rise of big data, this phenomenon was supposed to be diminished. After all, as W. Edwards …
Adi Gaskell, SafetyCulture guest contributor, Future of Work columnist at Forbes, advisor for the European Institute of Innovation & Technology, and mentor for startups through Startup Bootcamp. Adi has a masters degree in IT, specializing in artificial intelligence and has spent 15 years working with startups, corporates, consultancies, government agencies, and universities. A few years ago in …
Scott Cam, SafetyCulture ambassador, shares his wake-up call and why one incident in the workplace is one too many. It seems strange to say this now but safety wasn’t a big priority when I started out in the carpentry game back in the 1970s. There were no OHS guidelines and safety managers cracking down in …
As the U.S. edges further into the summer months, Bob Butler, Americas General Manager at SafetyCulture, outlines how hotels can encourage consumer confidence in the aftermath of the pandemic.
Here are five tips to help companies safely navigate reopening.
Luke Anear, the founder and CEO of SafetyCulture, was invited to speak at the Australian Financial Technology and Regulatory Technology Select Committee. The inquiry examines how Australia can better foster startup culture and further its growth. This is Luke’s opening address on how to support the technology industry in Australia.
Dan Joyce, General Manager EMEA of SafetyCulture, discusses the common pitfalls businesses should avoid when building back after lockdown.
Hospitality is undoubtedly one of the toughest industries and has been heavily impacted by COVID-19. SafetyCulture Head of Brand and Communications, Hayley Kerrigan, speaks to how there’s an opportunity to be found in offering stellar safety.
Dan Joyce, EMEA General Manager at SafetyCulture, explains how breaking hospitality’s golden rule can help the industry pull pints and raise safety standards.
Dan Joyce, EMEA General Manager at SafetyCulture, explains how retail can tap into tech to pave a path to reopening.
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