SafetyCulture’s flagship application iAuditor was today named the 2018 Winner in the Best Mobile Application category of the Readers’ Choice awards of the Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine.
iAuditor is the world’s most powerful inspection app, used more than 50,000 times a day in 80 countries to help teams improve safety and quality in the workplace.
“We are honored to win this award,” SafetyCulture President, North America, Ross Reed, said. “At the end of the day, helping people go home safe to their families is of utmost importance to our customers and their staff and we’re here to help ensure that happens.”
“Our vision is to place iAuditor into the hands of everyone because the reality is that the majority of people across all types of industries are still using paper-based checklists. When that’s happening, you don’t have the data to see what success looks like, creating uncertainty about your safety and quality programs,” he said.
What sets iAuditor apart is the company’s underlying vision to elevate compliance from a check-box necessity to a foundation for operational excellence. It means every functionality is built for streamlining efficiencies and maximizing business performance capabilities for users to take them beyond standard compliance.
Companies including Coca-Cola, Honeywell, Tremco, and Marriott use iAuditor to create tailored checklists, conduct inspections, capture photos and data and in real-time. Built as a mobile-first platform, SafetyCulture applications iAuditor and Spotlight are tailor made for everyday use in any environment and generate data driven insights that organizations can use to see how individual sites are performing at any time, or how trends are developing.
SafetyCulture’s recently released its second app, Spotlight, an incident reporting tool that allows teams to get real-time alerts for incidents, hazards or near-misses. This enables workers to communicate easily and act immediately while tracking progress as the incident is resolved.
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