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HRD Human Resources Director Employer of Choice 2018 for Remuneration

Award Winners – HRD Employer of Choice 2018

Award Winners – HRD Employer of Choice 2018 We’re excited to announce that we won an Employer’s Choice award within the Remuneration category.  Ensuring our team feel valued is one of the biggest drivers of success in the business. Working out remuneration packages for staff can be tricky but this is something we believe we’ve […]

A company wide health kick as Donesafe partners with Inbody

Donesafe are on a health kick – The Whole Life Challenge

It’s that time again. Every year, the Donesafe team take part in the Whole Life Challenge; a program designed to help you tweak your daily behaviour over a number of areas to lead to a happier, healthier lifestyle. The whole team are taking part this year, so, being a technology company, we couldn’t help ourselves… we called in some […]

New Safety Data Sheet and Chemical registers to meet Global Harmonised Standard.

With the recent changes to the Global Harmonised System for chemical management, we decided it was time to do a big update to how Donesafe manages chemicals. Perhaps the major distinction is that rather than setting up a new SDS every time you add a chemical, instead, you create a register of available SDSs and […]

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Workflows and Automations are getting a MASSIVE upgrade. AND Introducing: The Scheduler

One of the cornerstones of Donesafe is the ability to automate your safety. As the platform has expanded, so too has the complexity of workflows and automations needed. Because of this, we decided to go back to rethink workflows and rebuild something visual, simplified and far more flexible. We introduce to you…   The new workflow builder: […]

New Zealand Ceos report health and safety performance

4 out of 5 NZ CEOs report health and safety performance improved in 2017 – Deloitte Survey Finds

Deloitte has just released the results of its 2017 Health & Safety Leadership Survey for New Zealand, and the results are cautiously optimistic. The findings are drawn from interviews with 169 CEOs and managing directors, and they provide a useful snapshot of how New Zealand businesses implement health and safety. The surveys especially measured how well business leaders […]

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Pre-Release Update – Workflow UI Update

There’s a very exciting change coming that we thought we’d give you forward notice of. We’ve been working on a minor change to the user interface on records to make it easier to move back and forward through workflow stages. We did this because we found that many users were having trouble navigating through workflow […]

Work safe in high temperatures

How to work safe in all this bloody heat.

Just outside my window I’m looking at a window cleaner, hanging out in direct sunlight on a 40 degree day, absolutely dripping with sweat. Meanwhile the person next to me as I type this is literally wearing a scarf. Congratulations Sydney, we just made it through the hottest January on record; and February is shaping […]

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Five ways to stay safe at work this US election day.

So the US election is about to start swallowing our focus for the next day or two. I think that’s something we can all agree on. Add to that, that we all carry around little internet connected devices and it’s a recipe for disaster. Disaster I tells you! What with all the tripping and slipping […]

Today, don’t forget to ask #RUOK?

Since 2009, the RUOK?DAY movement has fast become one of the most recognisable movements of the modern era. When you consider just how far suicide prevention has come; from something rarely discussed, to a staple of the modern health conversation; it’s really quite remarkable just how influential movements like this really are. And so they should be. According […]

How making oil rig workers cry created an 84% reduction in incidents

In 1997, Shell began work on the world’s deepest offshore oil rig; Ursa. This monster of a project would cost $1.45 billion and stand 48 stories tall. The men who worked on this project were no strangers to workplace injuries and death; it had all become part of the job. If someone died, they were afforded […]

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