Project management software for Safety teams
Dashpivot flexible safety management software enables safety teams to streamline their processes, forms and records to better track compliance and achieve their LTI, MTI and home safe goals.
Used by the safest safety teams, managers and engineers on projects of all sizes.
SAFETY PERMIT SOFTWARE
Improve safety compliance and reduce site accidents and injuries by becoming more proactive about permit completion & management.
Streamline the documentation and approval process of those incredibly important safety processes so that everyone is doing the right thing; everyone is informed; and people get home safe.
SWMS (SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT)
Make more informed decisions about your SWMS process - resulting in less incidents.
Streamline your project and team tasks through better SWMS completion and management - and improve your processes and overall safety record over time.
SAFETY CHECKLIST SOFTWARE & APP
Ensure your safety checklists aren't being given the tick-and-flick by making them easy to fill in (properly) on site.
Create digital safety checklists at the organisation level which can then be deployed across projects and teams to standardise data collection and make sure everyone is maintaining the same high safety standards.
See what a complete safety management system can do for you.
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INDUCTION & PRE QUALIFICATION SOFTWARE
Site inductees are often at the most risk of injury. Make sure your pre qualification process is keeping everyone safe and your reputation clean.
Easily create, track, and manage all inductions and pre qualifications in one centralised platform which people can access, use, and sign from anywhere.
SAFETY REPORT SOFTWARE
Automate safety reporting processing and get easily understandable performance visualisations.
Manually collecting safety report data on LTI's (lost time injury), MTI's (Medical treatment injury), TRIFR's (Total recordable injury frequency rate), FAI's (First aid injury) and then manually aggregating all of this data is a massive resource drain.