SafetyCulture iAuditor public library has now launched on desktop.
SafetyCulture iAuditor public library has now launched on desktop.
SafetyCulture iAuditor public library has now launched on desktop.
By Tania Clarke   |  
June 16th, 2016

Public Library Launches on Desktop

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Today marks a big day for SafetyCulture, and we are beyond excited to share it with you. SafetyCulture iAuditor has long hosted the largest repository of inspection templates in the world through our mobile app. Today, you can access those 60,000 templates via your desktop. You now have thousands of templates created by experts available at your fingertips. You can browse and download any checklist to suit your needs without having to do so on your phone first.

Thank you to all of our safety and quality inspection experts who are hard at work developing intelligent and useful checklists for anyone to use. We have a vast storage of collective knowledge spanning across over 20 industries on offer for FREE. This knowledge was previously accessible exclusively on mobile devices, but now the power of curated checklists is available for easy template modification on desktop.

There is a lot that goes into creating effective and intelligent checklists, they aren’t just thrown together. Large companies like Boeing, Coca Cola and BHP Billiton have the resources to put considerable research, testing and time into developing optimal checklists. By leveraging the checklists they’ve already created, you now have access to the vast resources they’ve poured into checklist research. All those templates are in there and easily accessible.

Our Public Library is like having a safety and quality assurance expert built right into your checklist creation. The best part about our Public Library is that they are all completely free.

We are focused on building a product that changes your life for the better. We want you to have the best knowledge and tools available to you to make your job easier, and safer. Making our public library with crowd-sourced knowledge of thousands of experts is a leap in the right direction.

Now that it’s available on desktop, you can browse the templates, select one to download and open it within your SafetyCulture account. Customizing your templates on the desktop is much faster and easier, particularly if you are time poor. You can also share your completed templates directly with your team from your account and assign the appropriate user permissions.

A breakdown of the expertise

Make your job easier by downloading and modifying great templates to capture accurate data for your audits. You will find a myriad of choices within each industry in the Public Library. The construction section alone has over 13,000 different templates to choose from.

SafetyCulture public library has industry inspection templates that are now available to view and download on desktop.


Find the top featured checklists in your industry

Browse by the most downloaded, most popular and featured templates. Featured templates are templates we’ve found in the Public Library and loved, so we’ve given them the SafetyCulture stamp of approval.

Top featured industry selected checklist templates in the SafetyCulture iAuditor public library.


Download and start creating instantly

To save you creating templates from scratch, simply browse through your industry category to find a suitable template you can modify. Save it to your templates and go to your Template Editor to continue modifying it.

Share the expertise

If you’re proud of your own template creation, let us know and we can feature it as a top template to download. Email or tweet to us @SafetyCultureHQ

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