Originally developed as an online Health and Safety platform, overtime Safe Ag Systems has transformed into a software program, available on both desktop and mobile app. Their mission is to remove paperwork associated with compliance for agribusinesses without having to compromise on productivity and quality assurance.
Providing support to a range of clients, whose businesses are within or servicing the primary production sector, the AgTech company provides a solution to improve their safety and digitise their compliance responsibilities.
When a client purchases a subscription, they not only gain access to a digital safety system that is contextualised to their own situation (based on both country and commodities), they are equipping their workers and contractors with a user-friendly App to access live information and maintain their own safety system. As a software that is centered around ease of useability, the program makes the process simpler for clients to develop and maintain their own safety system.
Making the process of implementing your safety system quicker as well as encouraging worker adoption, the program comes with hundreds of agriculture specific prebuilt templates, including policies, Safe Work Procedures/Manuals, pre-operational checklists, and safety inspections. Results are visible not only in safe and quality workplace, but also in worker safety statistics and worker retention.
A well developed and maintained safety system can have a positive effect on business costs. The software offers greater business visibility through data recording and reporting features providing insight and identifying trends in the business, all within the one system. This data can be utilized to improve efficiency and drive productivity from a worker perspective, but also administrative and management standpoints. Improve record keeping with up to date information as well as track and allocate task so your team can stay aware of their progress.
After a near miss on the family farm in Arthurton, South Australia, the concept of Safe Ag Systems was realised. With the aim to reduce workplace injuries and fatalities, specifically in the agricultural industry, the AgTech software launched in 2016. Reaching approximately 700 agribusinesses and over 6,000 users across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, the Australian based software is now customisable for UK clients. Join the Safe Ag Systems community today.