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Donesafe attends Safety in Action

SIA Safety in Action Melbourne

Donesafe’s safety management software is a modern, clean and simple platform covering hazards, incidents, audits, contractor management, safety alerts, plus more, that will help you tackle any of your business requirements related to safety management. No more complicated and clunky systems! 

Donesafe supports Safety in Action and exhibits every year meeting Health and Safety leaders and their teams across all industries.

This year, 2019, the focus is to move beyond ideas. It is time for action – achievable, impactful action.

Safety in Action returns to Melbourne to present the premier forum of all things OHS, one of those things is Donesafe.

Come and visit us!

We will be at booth D10 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Address – 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006.

We now have over 1.4 million users, so why not take a look at what all the fuss is about.

To request a demo or access more information

How is Donesafe different from other systems in the safety space?

Fully configurable platform – Change the logo/look and feel, change forms, workflows, and automate how you wish employees to receive information. 

End-to-end platform means you can ditch the spreadsheets, emails, and various old clunky systems. Consolidate all your health and safety into the one easy to use platform for workers and managers. Speed up efficiency across the business and have reporting at the click of a button.  

A great team to work with, Donesafe focuses on building partnerships and ensuring clients have a system to empower their workforce.

Don’t take it from us, here’s what our clients say about Donesafe;

“WOW – Now I know why it is called the people’s software.
The software is exceptional but the support team are just as exceptional. Nothing has been to much trouble for Glenn, Louise, Jason and Clive. We have had so much support and Monica our project lead is a true Donesafe magician. Monica has done a fantastic job in making our user interface reflect us and our needs at Team Baw Baw!”

Jackie O’Neill, OHS Advisor at Baw Baw Shire Council

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