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Donesafe, the leading innovator in health and safety software, today announced its latest breakthrough, ’softwareless workplace safety forms’.

“With this launch, Donesafe has once again taken workplace safety management to a new level. These new paper-based forms are going to be incredible. Where most companies are developing augmented reality technology, we are instead moving to actual reality.” Said Donesafe CEO, Matthew Browne.

Paper, a resource that can be transported anywhere, is light and does not require the internet. “We believe workers will enjoy getting out and posting hazard and incident forms. And for the core EHS management team, it will re-ignite that feeling of excitement when the post arrives each day.”

It is a move that is being lauded as a victory for the environment. Software-based safety solutions drain environmentally damaging lithium-ion batteries in smart phones, tablets and portable computers. With the introduction of Donesafe’s new paper-based solution, tress (a renewable and near limitless resource) will be used instead of batteries.

Contact Donesafe today via return mail and we will send you a free sample on limited edition paper.

P.S – Happy April Fools day! Of course we are not launching paper-based forms.


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