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By Tania Clarke
October 5th, 2016

National Safe Work Month: Everyone Deserves To Go Home Safe Each Day

Every year 260 Australians die as a result of work-related injuries. In addition over 135,000 get injured. That figure is even higher in the United States. Safe Work Month is during October each year in Australia.

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Weekly roundup of the best industry news collated by SafetyCulture
Weekly roundup of the best industry news collated by SafetyCulture
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By Tania Clarke
September 29th, 2016

Weekly Roundup Of The Best Industry News – Friday 30th

We’ve put together a compilation of this week’s best industry news so you don’t have to find them yourself. Check back each Friday for the best articles and updates in your industry.

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By Tania Clarke
September 28th, 2016

The Top 5 Advantages Of Being On The Cutting Edge Of Technology In The Construction Industry

Emerging technology is having a huge impact on the health and safety industry in terms of productivity and streamlining workflows. But the real return on investment has been the impact to human safety.

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Weekly roundup of the best industry news collated by SafetyCulture
Weekly roundup of the best industry news collated by SafetyCulture
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By Tania Clarke
September 22nd, 2016

Weekly Roundup Of The Best Industry News – Friday 24th

We’ve put together a compilation of this week’s best industry news so you don’t have to find them yourself. Check back each Friday for the best articles and updates in your the Retail, Construction, Transport and Logistics, and Hospitality and Leisure industries.

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By Tania Clarke
September 20th, 2016

The Fatal Four in Construction Safety [Infographic]

Of all the construction fatalities, 58% were comprised of the “fatal four” causes; falls, being caught between objects, electrocution and being struck by an object.

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This photo shows a field worker using the HP Elite x3 device for his electrical audits
This photo shows a field worker using the HP Elite x3 device for his electrical audits
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By Tania Clarke
September 14th, 2016

Switching Between Devices Is A Thing Of The Past With The HP Elite x3

Our technology habits are changing and the need for flexibility is increasingly evident. Mobility in the workforce is changing the way we do business, by making it more immediate, more tailored to your needs, and more intelligent.

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Weekly roundup of the best industry news collated by SafetyCulture
Weekly roundup of the best industry news collated by SafetyCulture
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By Tania Clarke
September 9th, 2016

14 Articles You Need To Read In Your Industry

We’ve put together a compilation of this week’s best industry news so you don’t have to find them yourself. Check back each Friday for the best articles and updates in your industry.

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By Tania Clarke
August 23rd, 2016

A Look Inside A Safety Professional’s Career

Being a great safety professional means being able to listen, take action upon safety concerns, and feel real empathy towards fellow workers.

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By Tania Clarke
August 12th, 2016

4 Reasons to Love the SafetyCulture iAuditor GPS Location Feature

It’s one of our oldest and most beloved features – the Address Field. The Address Field uses your geolocation function in your phone to pinpoint your exact location. This allows you to keep accurate records of your audit locations, even if you’re not in cellular range.

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Mobility in Construction
Mobility in Construction
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By Liz Gonzalez
August 3rd, 2016

Safety Managers Using Mobile Devices on Construction Sites

Over the last few years, the task of managing construction projects has rapidly evolved with the introduction of new technologies like BIM, laser scanning, drones, virtual blueprints, and more. Construction companies are not only trying to keep up with the latest tools but are also faced with a skilled worker shortage still lingering from the recession. Delivering projects to clients on-time and in budget with a leaner staff and new technology poses a challenge for construction companies seeking to run smooth and safe projects.

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