SafetyCulture

We’re the global technology company behind iAuditor, EdApp, and Mitti, empowering businesses to do their best work every day.

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After witnessing the tragedy of workplace incidents as a private investigator, Luke Anear set up SafetyCulture to help businesses manage security and compliance.

Founded in 2004 in Luke's garage in Townsville, Australia, the technology firm has expanded across the globe with offices in Sydney, Kansas City and Manchester, setting up the UK operation in 2016.

Its mobile-first products, which include the flagship iAuditor inspection app, help to streamline operations and foster high performing, safer workplaces. The firm has used the app to create its own return to office template.

SafetyCulture prides itself on creating a workplace where people feel they have purpose and meaning beyond just a regular nine to five job. The team adopts a wolf pack approach that ensures everyone looks out for and after each other and the company ethos is underpinned by its core values, including Open, Honest always, Better as a team and Be bold.

Staff enjoy flexible working, shares in the company, and in normal times prepared lunches every day in a pet-friendly office with an adult ball pit and standing desks. SafetyCulture runs meditation sessions, two gym classes a week and celebrates events such International Women's Day and International Men's Day with guest speaker events and holds diversity and inclusion lunch and learns.

Throughout the pandemic, SafetyCulture, which spends around £7,500 a month on training, has invested in keeping staff connected, engaged, well and supported, including giving them a £30 home set up allowance and a £30 monthly internet/electricity.

Featured Workplace Factors

My Company

96% of staff agreed

I love working for this organisation

SafetyCulture gave staff two recharge days (paid days off) and introduced “Summer Fridays” where employees finished at 2pm. Staff were sent restaurant DIY kits for the virtual Christmas party and team leads have a quarterly budget to organise team birthday and anniversary gifts and drinks and dinners, currently virtually.

My Team

94% of staff agreed

I feel a strong sense of family in my team

SafetyCulture usually holds an annual event called ShipIt, flying all employees off to an international location for a week of collaboration, innovation and learning. It was in New Zealand in 2018. Last year, the Manchester team created its own mini ShipIt hackathon with workshops, speakers, barbecues and activities.

Wellbeing

79% of staff agreed

I am happy with the balance between my work and home life

SafetyCulture created a virtual pub called Wolfpack Inn with various rooms for people to join every Friday night to mimic the feeling of going to different bars. It also sent staff monthly gifts, including hampers with champagne and home-baked goods, wellness boxes during Wellness month and Christmas sweaters.

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