Notify. Smart Health & Safety software for your business.
Go digital and put Health, Safety & Wellbeing in the hands of everyone in your organisation.
Used by all sizes of companies in over 100 countries worldwide who put the health and safety of colleagues and customers at the heart of their business, supporting our ambition to make a billion people safer at work…
Notify’s Health & Safety software is simple to use, easy to set up and highly customisable.
Our intelligent software helps cut workplace risk and keeps your workers safer and healthier – wherever they are in the world.
Already used in over 100 countries across a range of business sectors, Notify enables thousands of organisations to:
- Log accidents and near-miss reports in seconds
- Investigate and manage incidents through to resolution
- Track actions in real time
- Manage audits and inspections, and create checklists
- Easily create and complete risk assessments
- Monitor Health & Safety across the whole business
- Access insights 24/7
Notify. Always on, always available, real-time Health & Safety, smarter and more efficient than manual paper-based processes – and better for the environment.
OUR SMART HEALTH & SAFETY PRODUCTS
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
“It’s invaluable and worth its weight in gold. You get more time back to implement your control measures and actually manage risk.”
“Notify has changed the way we manage our incident reporting and provides greater transparency throughout the whole business.”
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“To make a billion people safer at work”
Notify’s simple, intelligent software helps minimise risk and keeps workers safer, healthier and more productive. In the construction industry alone, over 60,000 fatal workplace accidents occur each year worldwide – that’s approximately one death every 10 minutes. Our mission is to make a billion people safer at work around the world. We are passionate about Health & Safety at work – so join our #SafetyRevolution today.
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NEWS & BLOG
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