Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) February 20, 2012
In response to popular demand, Australian-owned SafetyCulture.com.au has just added to their growing list of apps with the iPad safety app: iAuditor. iAuditor improves OHS (Occupational Health & Safety) by giving users the power to conduct safety audits and fill out OHS checklists directly on an iPad, removing the need for traditional pen-and-paper systems.
iAuditor is free to download and free to use from SafetyCulture’s website http://www.safetyculture.com.au/iAuditor/.
Through the smart form-building interface, iAuditor can be adapted for thousands of uses in every industry. Forms can be created and modified to suit all situations, a level of customisation that has never been seen before in the safety industry. With it’s flexible form and checklist design, SafetyCulture have designed the app to grow with businesses well into the future.
The iAuditor app allows for an unlimited number of forms and checklists to be created using the simple form-builder. Ready-to-use audit forms are also available for free download direct to the iPad from the SafetyCulture Secure Online Cloud. Once an audit or checklist is completed, it can be quickly emailed as a PDF, which is compatible with any computer, tablet PC or smartphone.
An audit checklist can be used by workers in any industry to ensure they are meeting their OHS requirements. Uses include; AS4801, OHSAS18001, ISO14001, Fire Prevention, First Aid and Building Safety.
“Our customers have demonstrated that they are increasingly using technology to work smarter. We listened and are continuously developing ways to harness technology and work safer in regards to OHS. iAuditor is another example of this commitment; an incredibly versatile auditing and checklist app that is free to download and free to use.” Said Luke Anear, Managing Director of SafetyCulture Australia.
SafetyCulture, one of the leading sources of safety documentation, have listened to customer feedback as they expand upon the success of their iJSA app, released in 2011, which gives workers the ability to conduct risk assessments of their workplace on iPhone or iPad.
“As more businesses adopt smartphones, iPhones, iPads and tablets, SafetyCulture will be here to help them work safer, and help make safety a way of life.”
SafetyCulture helps workers and employers with their Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) requirements. By implementing practical & effective solutions, SafetyCulture reduce the financial and time burden on complying with safety legislation. For more information visit SafetyCulture at http://www.safetyculture.com.au.
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