Born out of a near miss on a project, our founder recognised that a change needed to be made in how information was communicated to frontline workers. To meet the challenge, CodeSafe built a prototype software platform and mobile application to deliver critical information by the most visual means possible.
Early recognition from WorkSafe Victoria and an RMIT University evaluation confirmed that our platform – based on a proven learning methodology and visual framework – could make a real difference across workplaces.
To develop a solution that was appropriate for all organisations we partnered with international software developer, Revelation Software Concepts (RSC). RSC are experts in change management and software integration, enabling us to evolve our initial prototype into the QIN communication platform that would seamlessly integrate with existing applications to achieve better outcomes for businesses.
Today, CodeSafe collaboratively develops solutions and delivers them via the QIN user interface to solve an organisation’s unique business challenges. We are bolder, more focused and more committed than ever to making a difference for our customers, regardless of industry.
We understand that organisations operate in highly competitive, fast-paced environments and need simple, efficient solutions that are agile, easy to implement and that maximise profit and minimise risk.
CodeSafe’s founder David Broadhurst had witnessed too many deaths and significant injuries in the workplace. He was adamant that a shift had to occur to refresh workplace culture around processes and procedures. Out of this desire, CodeSafe was born – from the field, for the field. At CodeSafe, our heart will always be to create a safer and more productive workplace through valuing people. Founder, David Broadhurst has strived to surround himself with like-minded professionals who share his vision, in his quest to achieve these goals.
2013 WorkSafe Award Winner
Health and Safety Invention of the Year
This award recognises individuals and organisations that develop and/or manufacture innovative solutions to health and safety issues or hazards. We developed a solution to standardise workplace procedures through the use of visual content to win this award.
RMIT researchers wrote a paper titled, ‘Using participatory video to understand subcontracted construction workers’ rule violations’, based around CodeSafe Solutions. It received the award for Best International Paper at the 32 nd Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management.