SafetyCulture Uses Mobile To Bring Auditing And Incident Reporting To The Masses

Published 3 January 2018 by Trevor Bronson
EHS Mobile Apps Environment, Health & Safety Incident Management Worker Safety Market Insight

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Executive Summary

SafetyCulture, headquartered in Sydney, Australia, is a mobile-centric EHS software vendor which offers solutions to assist individuals and teams with EHS and quality-related inspections, audits, observations, reporting, and overall process management. The business was founded in 2004 and released its core product – the auditing application iAuditor – in 2012. Now, in December 2017, five years since its launch, iAuditor is used by over 13,000 organisations around the globe, witnesses 50,000 unique users per day, and is offered in ten different languages. To learn more about SafetyCulture, Verdantix spoke to its Head of European Operations, Dan Joyce, and reviewed the iAuditor and Spotlight apps. We found that SafetyCulture’s success can be largely attributed to low barrier to entry for the customer and its user-friendly design.  

Table of contents

SafetyCulture Uses Mobile To Bring Auditing And Incident Reporting To The Masses
SafetyCulture’s Low-Barrier-To-Entry Design Is Responsible For Its Rapid Adoption
SafetyCulture’s Big Goal For 2018 Is Turning The Product Into A  Fully Integrated Proactive Management Tool

Organisations mentioned

AECOM, Android, Alcumus, Apple, Burt Brothers, Dropbox, EtQ, EU, General Electric, Google, Lowe’s, Microsoft, National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration, QBE, SafetyCulture, Salesforce, Schneider Electric, Slack, Tableau, Toyota, Trello, UL, Unilever, Valvoline

About the author

Trevor Bronson

Industry Analyst

Trevor is an Industry Analyst in the EHS Technologies practice group covering all things EHS software including vendor strengths and weaknesses, growth strategies, market characteristics, and general best practice for use. His current agenda is focused on helping EHS technology vendors find success, and helping corporate EHS teams enhance EHS management systems via best practice and a optimized use of available EHS solutions. Trevor has been with Verdantix for more than three years, and previously worked on EHS teams at Tesla Motors and PPL Corporation. He holds a degree in Environmental Health, Safety and Sustainability from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

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