According to The Australian Financial Review, Australian workplace safety software unicorn SafetyCulture has bounced back from a fall in its active user numbers at the start of the COVID-19 lockdown era, to record its largest ever month for new customer sign-ups, as workplaces around the world tackle new health and safety requirements to get staff back on-site.
In June, the business recorded a record 31,000 sign-ups to its flagship health and safety checklist product, iAuditor.
Speaking to The Australian Financial Review, SafetyCulture chief operating officer Alistair Venn said the company had set about removing the guess work for businesses re-opening their offices, taking all the government guidelines from around the world and converting them into simple checklists so companies could ensure they were compliant.
"The checklists aren't locked in anyway, you can modify and adapt them and it's about how we help shape best practice, rather than just complying with minimum standards," he said.
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