Vault in Melbourne to provide EHS software
Cloud-based environment, health and safety (EHS) software provider Vault Intelligence has set up shop in Melbourne. This office will be led by former Xero executive Tim Dowling.
Dowling has plans to rapidly grow the company’s new Carlton-based Australia headquarters over the coming months, including hiring staff across sales and engineering.
Founded by David Moylan, former head of safety for the Australian Army, Vault was built in response to a demand from companies wanting to streamline how they reported incidents in the workplace, a solution that integrated with their other systems and helped them with their compliance reporting.
“Even now many companies remain stuck in the dark ages of paper, pen and spreadsheets when it comes to health and safety management, but business and its workers are no longer restricted to one site, one city or one country,” said Dowling.
Along with the new Melbourne office, the company has also released two new products.
Vault Inspect allows workers to manage inspections and checklists using mobility in the field. It enables the user to upload video or photos directly from their mobile device, provides a sketch and mark-ups function, GPS/Maps integration, and the ability to create and assign actions as well as comprehensive reporting tools.
Vault Audit is a mobile tool that gives health and safety compliance officers the ability to centrally plan, scope and manage in real time all auditing requirements. Its features include secure authentication, easy-to-use templates, a scoring system to match existing processes, image capture from a phone/tablet camera, expense tracking and scheduling, and easy review and reporting.
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