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6 ways to ace your next osha inspection and maintain a high quality workplace
6 ways to ace your next osha inspection and maintain a high quality workplace
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By Tania Clarke
November 8th, 2016

6 Ways To Ace Your Next OSHA Inspection

There’s a lot at stake when an inspector from OSHA visits your workplace. Therefore, taking the necessary steps beforehand can save you time and effort when the inspector knocks on the door. Here are 6 ways to make sure you’re ready to ace that pending OSHA inspection.

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By Tania Clarke
November 7th, 2016

Top 7 Apps You Need In Construction

These are the best construction apps for iPad, Android, and iPhone. Whether you’re a contractor, safety inspector, superintendent or a worker in the field, these apps will allow you to get on with the job.

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By Tania Clarke
November 3rd, 2016

SafetyCulture Connect: Strengthening Our Communities

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.

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By Kelli Simpson
November 3rd, 2016

Hospitality and Big Data: A Love Story

Big data is touted as a huge advancement, predominantly in marketing. However, combining hospitality and big data creates a huge opportunity for all different kinds of use cases. Luxury brands are mostly focused on using big data to build a personalized experience for each guest. The vast amounts of data produced in the hospitality industry makes it …

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By Tania Clarke
November 2nd, 2016

We’re Supporting Movember

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.

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By Tania Clarke
November 1st, 2016

Top 6 Biggest Advancements In Food Safety In The Last Decade

Every day millions of food products are created, distributed and served safely across the world and without a major food safety incident. National standards and health guidelines are consistently evolving to keep our food of good quality.

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By Tania Clarke
October 27th, 2016

The 12 Best Safety Fails

Sometimes getting a job done makes people take risks that cause you to scratch your head in disbelief. These need to be seen to be believed!

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By Tania Clarke
October 21st, 2016

Top 20 Safety Quotes To Improve Your Safety Culture

Good quotes are the kind that inspire us to do better. The safety industry is a tough gig. So we thought you might need some extra inspiration to turn to on a bad day.

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By Kelli Simpson
October 20th, 2016

The Human Toll of Workplace Injuries

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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By Brandon Cook
October 19th, 2016

I Found My Dream Tech Job Straight Out Of High School, And It Wasn’t In A Capital City

Six months before I joined the team at SafetyCulture I was finishing my final year of high school wondering how and where I could get a job as a software engineer. Townsville, not being known for its exciting tech industry, led me to believe that in order to start a career I would have to leave.

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