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Your February Safety Digest

All the latest news from the worldwide health and safety community. Qantas sets higher standard for workplace safety in the follow-up to the 2014 incident where a worker fell from the aircraft. Silicon Valley medical startup Theranos pressured to do damage control after U.S. regulators declared that one their facilities poses an “immediate jeopardy to patient health […]

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Case Study: Audi transformed paper safety system into the cloud

Audi adopted the Donesafe platform to accommodate a shift away from paper and to help them complete their audit requirements on quality, health and safety. Our Challenges Prior to Donesafe, Audi managed their safety and quality entirely on paper. This system resulted in a lack of reporting overall, making automation of processes difficult. In turn, […]

Tech + Data = A Safer Workplace

Here’s a bit of tech news to be extremely hopeful for. An Israeli branch of IBM is developing a type of wearable device that can warn workers about imminent hazards around them. Called WorkRight, the product serves as a “real-time warning system” which is fully integrated into the environment and equipment around it. After reading over […]

The World’s Worst Safety Fails

Here at Donesafe we take our jobs seriously, so we spend a lot of time talking about making your health and safety strategy hassle-free. But with the end of the year approaching, we thought we would show our humorous side as well.         And lastly, this article about the protests over the […]

Health and safety: Office edition

When we say health and safety, we usually think about construction sites, toxic chemicals, or maybe even top-security protocols. But what about the office? The occupational hazards of working in an office sometimes aren’t blatantly obvious, and that’s because they tend to build up over time without any immediately alarming effects. But that doesn’t make them any […]

Not all safety hazards are created equal…

Work-related safety concerns come in two forms: physical and emotional. A comprehensive safety plan requires attention to both aspects of health and a framework for preventing and addressing grievances. Physical and environmental risks Pollutants and dangerous chemicals are a major occupational hazard that can have dire consequences if left unaddressed. Working in a potentially toxic environment carries risks of […]

We’re Hiring – Marketing Manager

Donesafe – “The People’s Safety Software” is currently looking for an experienced Product Marketing and Brand Manager to join us at our swanky offices in Pyrmont, Sydney. Founded by 3 Matt’s who each have a long history of successful start-up ventures – the company has developed an end to end health and safety compliance solution […]

The Biggest Safety Risks? The Ones You Don’t Expect.

When we talk about health and safety, we usually picture construction sites with loads of heavy machinery and risks at every turn. But the office can be just as risky, especially because overlooking its dangers can make us even less alert. That said, the prevention strategies can be just as simple as laying down a carpet […]

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Donesafe recognised at Australian App Design Awards

Melbourne, 14 October — Donesafe was recognised as the Best Design Studio with less than 5 employees and the Gold Winner in the Business Tools category of the Australian App Design Awards. The award was presented to Donesafe CEO, Matthew Browne, by the founder of Design100, Mark Bergin. The Australian App Design Awards highlight the economic impact and significant […]

Workplace Safety for the Digital Age

We live in a world of increasing information vulnerability: data breaches, unsecured networks, and a massive repository of sensitive data stored digitally. There is no way around it, and even if we wanted to, we can’t go back in time. If you’re in the business of workplace safety, neglecting the security of your digital networks is a […]