SHE Software at Safety in Action Melbourne
23 August 2019 - SHE Software Ltd
SHE Software is excited to be exhibiting at Safety in Action Melbourne on 10 and 11 of September 2019.
Join us at Australia’s longest running Health and Safety event. For over 20 years, Safety in Action has been the meeting place for the Australian Health and Safety industry.
Safety in Action Melbourne gives us the opportunity to talk to people across a diverse range of industries about their challenges and discuss how our health and safety software solution, Assure, can help!
This year’s program will explore key health and safety topics, by linking safety, strategy, leadership and culture. If you are attending, visit us at stand D12!
Our new business intelligence tool Insights+ has officially launched this year. Insights+ transforms data into insights that organisations can use to make smarter health and safety decisions and drive improvements as part of a preventative approach to health and safety management.
With just a few simple clicks, users can filter and explore their data, drilling into the events behind the data, for instant answers to their most important health and safety questions.
We welcome all attendees to check out Insights+ at our stand throughout the event and see why SHE Software is transforming the way health and safety is managed by empowering organisations to draw insight from their data. Pop by Stand D12 and have a chat!
Come and visit the SHE Software team at stand D12 to find out more about Assure, our health and Safety Management software solution, and discuss with our team on how we can help you with your health and safety challenges.
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