Top 15 safest companies revealed

Wednesday, 01 May, 2019

Top 15 safest companies revealed

A list of the top 15 safety-conscious companies has been developed using data from SafetyCulture clients.

The list was compiled by analysing the daily behaviours and activities performed by each of SafetyCulture’s customers in its safety app over the last 12 months.

480 million checks a year are being conducted with SafetyCulture’s iAuditor app with 20,000 companies actively making use of the technology.

Commercial real estate company Colliers International Pty Ltd topped the list, while James Hardie took out number 15. Other companies of note included RACV, Coca-Cola Amatil and IGA.

SafetyCulture CEO Luke Anear said the results demonstrated just how crucial regular safety checks in the workplace are to so many industries, not just the most commonly perceived high-risk industries like construction and manufacturing.

“The list reveals companies from a variety of industries, including manufacturing, public sector, retail, aviation, hospitality and more. It goes to show that every workplace has the ability to be a leader in workplace safety and best practice, even if they were once known for the opposite,” he said.

SafetyCulture’s top 15 companies most engaged in safety best practice are as follows:

  1. Colliers International Management Services Pty Ltd
  2. Boart Longyear
  3. RACV
  4. Broadspectrum
  5. Coca-Cola Amatil Equipment Service
  6. Carlisle Homes
  7. Roads and Maritime Services
  8. Nokia Field Operations
  9. Cairns Regional Council
  10. Fleet City of Gold Coast
  11. TFE Hotels
  12. BGIS Pty Ltd
  13. IGA Retail Excellence
  14. Siemens Australia
  15. James Hardie

Image credit: © Jirsák

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