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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.