Mobile app (v3.0.3):
At the end of April 2021, Safe365 will release a new version of the Safe365 mobile app (version 3.0).
This is an important release that includes some major enhancements being available in the new version.
Multi-Organisation access – switch on the go from the mobile app!
The new version 3.0 mobile app will give users the ability to ‘switch’ between different organisations they have access to.
If you get invited to join another organisation by email, once you accept that invitation by clicking on the invitation link in the email, the organisation will become available in your organisation list on the Safe365 mobile app.
To switch between organisations, log in on the mobile app, tap the admin menu (white circle icon, top right on the app home screen), click ‘Change Organisation’, and select the desired organisation from your approved list and you will be then switched to that organisation. You will then have access to that organisations checklists and any reports completed on the mobile app will be submitted to the organisation you are currently switched to.
You can check at any time which organisation you are currently switched to by looking under your name on the Safe365 mobile app home screen where it says “Connected to:”.
One login for mobile app and Safe365 website
Safe365 is aligning the Safe365 mobile app password to the Safe365 web application password, meaning users will only have one set of credentials to use both web and mobile applications.
If you are a Safe365 mobile app user only, nothing will change when your Safe365 app upgrades to version 3. Continue to use your existing email and password to access the Safe365 mobile app.
If you are a Safe365 mobile app user and also have access to the Safe365 website app on the same email address (username), after upgrading your mobile app to version 3, you will simply login with your website password, whether on mobile app or website.
If you are not sure or have any issues with logging in on the Safe365 mobile app, the ‘Forgot Password’ link on the login screen can be used, and this will reset your password for both the Safe365 mobile app and Safe365 web app logins for that email address.
If you have any problems or issues, please ask your organisations Safe365 system administrator or submit your query to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Site Management via QR Code
This new feature gives an organisation the ability to manage and maintain real-time visibility of site sign-in and sign-outs and presents the visitor (worker, contractor or other third parties) with key information such as key access, site risk/hazard information, and other site requirements before entering the site.
Site Management contains these new features
Safe365 has released its next-generation performance console which includes multiple feature upgrades and overall improvements to the user experience including:
Within this release, the first of a number of improvements to the checklist zone have been included with additional improvements coming in released throughout 2021 based on user feedback from the Safe365 user community. Improvements to the checklist zone within this release include:
As part of the Site Management feature release, we have released a new mobile app for Android and iOS.
New features on the Safe365 smartphone app include:
Safe365 has released its new Qualify365 health and safety pre-qualification feature set. The new paid feature enables customers to purchase one of four Qualify365 products based on their size and risk profile. Clients provide responses to the question set and upload evidence to support their responses. Safe365 have certified assessors who then grade the assessment and provide feedback to the customer so they can improve. At the conclusion of the process, the client receives a final grading, a Totika and Qualify365 pre-qualification certification. Customers can then use the certification with many clients as part of procurement requirements.
Safe365 has released an upgrade to the company profile page within the web app. Additional fields have been included to improve the quality and granularity of benchmarking data we provide to our customers and to accommodate requirements under the Totika standard as part of Qualify365.
The release also includes a logo uploader so customers can upload their company logo which is then used for reports and certifications the Safe365 platform generates, providing a customised look and feel to these documents.
To support users through the impacts of COVID-19, Safe365 has developed and released a suite of template checklists. These include working from home worker self-checks, construction templates and FMCG templates. The checklists are available on the checklist zone on the performance console when logged in. To activate any of the templates, simply click 'active' into the green position and the checklist will be visible to smartphone app users.
Customers on Safe365 Custom Plans may now opt to upgrade to single sign-on for Azure Active Directory (AAD) to support customer credential management. If you are an existing customer and wish to implement SSO for AAD, please contact email@example.com.