Improving Workplace Safety With Technology

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SafetyCulture’s free iPad safety app means everyone can keep their workplace safe; quickly, accurately, and free.

iJSA For iPad Risk Assessment

iJSA For iPad Helps Make Workplace Safety Accurate & Fast

The speed and detail of assessing risks is unlike anything ever seen in the safety industry.

SafetyCulture, the leading source of safety documentation, today announced the release of iJSA for iPad, adding another innovative app to their growing library of free safety apps. iJSA for iPad gives workers the power to use their iPads to conduct Risk Assessments (also called a JSA or Job Safety Analysis). The iPad-only version is a sequel to their highly successful iJSA for iPhone app.

The intuitive iPad interface allows workers to quickly and accurately identify a risk, a control measure, and add photographs to enhance detail. Through clever programming the iPad replaces every aspect of a paper-based JSA, even mandatory signatures and control measure identification.

With careful planning focusing on real-life users, the speed and detail of assessing risks is unlike anything ever seen in the safety industry. Simple screens guide the user rapidly through their JSA, and allow them to email their JSA to help their team work safer. Even Google lends a hand, by utilising GPS to identify the user’s closest work-site to rapidly resume progress.

“Technology really is the future of business, many small and large businesses are purchasing iPads to help them to work smarter, not harder,” says Luke Anear, Managing Director of SafetyCulture Australia.
“iJSA for iPad makes the reporting process fast, simple and accurate, helping to empower workers who would have otherwise ignored safety issues.”

iJSA for iPad is available for free download from

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SafetyCulture helps workers and employers with their Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) requirements. By implementing practical & effective solutions, SafetyCulture reduce the financial and time burden on complying with safety legislation. For more information visit SafetyCulture at


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