SafetyCulture has passed a number of milestones over the past six years: in 2012 when iAuditor was released, we were a small team in my garage, with a goal to create a simple checklist app for individuals to manage safety and quality in the workplace.
Every 15 seconds. Every day. Someone is hurt at work. Think about it: In the time it takes you to read these first few sentences, someone will be injured on the job. We’re out to change that.
Every month we’re highlighting the release notes of our most recent app updates to SafetyCulture iAuditor for iOS, Android and Windows. You’ll be able to easily stay up-to-date on what’s new.
“It’s all about making sure people are able to go home at the end of every day.” – Luke Anear SafetyCulture’s founding mission was to offer innovative, low cost mobile first products that empower users to have a safe and efficient workplaces all over the world. We wanted to help workers not only save time …
By Natalie Koh, Customer Success at SafetyCulture I left university with a Commerce degree in hand and typical career aspirations. Like the rest of my graduating class, I hoped to climb the corporate ladder in a top tier firm, work with Fortune 500 companies, do an international stint and soak up the structured on-the-job and …
E Light Electric is the number one electrical contractor in solar. Based out of Denver, Colorado, they’ve had over 5 million man hours without any lost time incidents. We’re proud to have E Light Electric as a part of our community. We sat down with Adam Richmond, Jason Wheeler and Ted “Smitty” Smith to find …
Tech companies tend to be pretty future-focused and SafetyCulture is no exception. The future is where we’re aiming to have a major impact, after all. But as 2016 comes to a close, we thought we’d spare some time for a little reflection and to share with you, our customers, what we’ve been most excited about in …
Here at SafetyCulture, we’re driven by a strong mission: to provide a mobile-first tool that can ultimately save people’s lives. In the spirit of giving, we’ve established a new initiative: SafetyCulture Connect.
You’ve likely heard of the cultural phenomenon that prompts everyday men to resemble the likes of Groucho Marx, Tom Selleck or Salvador Dali, but it’s also a charitable organization committed to raising awareness and funds for men’s health issues.
As Ken Feltham lay in a hospital bed with third degree burns to his face and upper body, his family was told his chance of survival was remote.
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