SafetyCulture one of the finalists for the 2012 Queensland Safe Work Awards

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SafetyCulture has been selected as one of the finalists in this year’s Queensland Safe Work Awards for the innovative iAuditor development in the category Best Solution to an identified workplace health and safety issue.

iAuditor which is a free mobile application enabling safety audits, inspections and checklists was released in February 2012. SafetyCulture developed the iAuditor to encourage collaboration and information sharing across industries. This was achieved through cloud access which allows users to share templates, examples of best practices and other ideas.

iAuditor is now used more than 12,000 times and downloaded by more than 1200 people. It is now one of the most downloaded business mobile applications and is used around 3000 times a day across the world.

The Queensland Safe Work  Awards received ninety-six entries from businesses and individuals across the state. The innovation and leadership of these finalists help to make Queensland workplaces amongst the safest and healthiest in the world.

Below is the complete list of finalists:

Category 1 – Best workplace health and safety management system

  • Capral Limited, Bundamba
  • Caxton Legal Centre, Inc., South Brisbane
  • Hatch Associate Pty. Ltd., Brisbane
  • Origin Alliance, Redbank
  • Transit Australia Group, Robina

Category 2 – Best solution to an identified workplace health and safety issue

  • Iplex Pipelines, Strathpine
  • Orica Mining Services, Cannon Hill
  • Queensland Nickel, Yabulu
  • SaferGate Group Pty Ltd., Brisbane
  • SafetyCulture, Garbutt
  • Xstrata Coal, Glenden

Category 3 – Best Workplace health and safety practise in a small business

  • SafeBridge Australia Pty Ltd, Eagle Farm
  • Zemek Engineering Pty Ltd, Mackay

Category 4 – Best individual contribution to workplace health and safety

  • Paul Gear, Gold Coast Water
  • Rod Hutton, Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service

Category 5 – Best solution to an identified electrical safety issue

  • Queensland Rail National, Central Queensland Coal Network

Category 6 – Zero Harm at Work Leadership Program Award

The winner of the Zero Harm at Work Leadership Program will be announced at the awards ceremony.

Winners will be announced at the Safe Work Awards ceremony in Brisbane on 23 October 2012.

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Safety Culture’s mission is to make Safety a way of life in the workplace. We aim to do this by creating simple and useable systems that will be used by workers. As one of Australia’s leading providers of Occupational Health and Safety services, SafetyCulture works with over 9000 clients across Australia and abroad and delivers Audit Forms, Online OHS Inductions, Safe Work Method Statements and OHS Systems every day through our network of qualified OHS Consultants. From the most basic OHS Systems for small business operators through to corporate branded Induction Platforms, SafetyCulture is committed to making safety – a way of life™. For more information feel free to call one of our friendly staff on 1300 306 604.