Free health and safety assessments in support of Surf Life Saving!

15 November 2017

Take a FREE, no obligation health & safety assessment for your business before 24 December 2017. If you upgrade to a paid subscription, Safe365 will donate 50% of the annual subscription to Surf Life Saving Northern Region to help our lifeguards keep our beaches safe this summer!

So, you’re starting to wrap up the year at work and locking in those summer holiday plans for the beach… what a great time to take the pulse of health and safety in your business by undertaking a free, facilitated health and safety assessment with Safe365… and if you love the product and choose to upgrade to a paid subscription for your business, you’ll also be saving lives – 50% of all revenue generated during the promotional period will be donated to Surf Life Saving Northern Region (SLSNR) to help save lives on the beaches this summer!

  • From 15 November to 24 December, Safe365 will make available its product to the market free of charge* and offer a free facilitated health & safety assessment.
  • Available NZ wide
  • Once clients have completed the initial free assessment, they will have the opportunity to convert to a paid subscription for their business ($999+GST) or opt out at that point.
  • Safe365 will donate 50% of all revenue received during the promotional period to Surf Life Saving Northern Region to support coastal safety initiatives this summer.

SLSNR CEO Matt Williams says this is an excellent opportunity for organisations keen to make sure their people go home safely each day. “We recently used Safe365’s powerful, innovative and easy to use platform to measure our health and safety capability as an organisation. This was an enlightening experience. The Safe365 team is excellent to work with and we now have our continuous improvement strategy and the solutions to support that strategy laid out in front of us. I highly recommend the product in its own right, but what better time to give it a go than now, knowing you are also supporting Surf Life Saving to keep our beaches safe” says Williams.

“This is an excellent opportunity for Safe365” says co-founder Nathan Hight. “Our brand and company values are very tightly aligned to Surf Life Saving – it’s about saving lives and looking after people. Through this charity promotion, in addition to offering business’ the chance to ‘run the ruler’ over their health and safety capability free of charge, for those that buy, we are effectively passing on all profit to SLSNR for the month leading in to Christmas, a time when people are getting ready to spend time at the beach with their family and friends. It’s a great fit. As an emerging kiwi SaaS business we are trying to generate awareness of who we are and what we bring to the table. In achieving that objective, the more funds we can raise for beach safety at this time of year, the better.”

Want to give it a go? Here’s how:

  1. Visit https://www.safe365.co.nz/surf-safety-month-at-safe365 
  2. Click on “Surf Safety At Safe365”, complete the short sign up form and Safe365 will make contact with you ASAP to arrange a suitable time to conduct your free health and safety assessment, powered by Safe365.
  3. Once you’ve completed your assessment, you’ll have 10 days to reflect on the experience and determine if you wish to upgrade to a paid subscription. If you do, 50% of the revenue will be donated to Surf Life Saving Northern Region.

 

Promotion Terms & Conditions: The promotion commences 15 November 2017 and concludes midnight on 24 December 2017. One free facilitated health and safety assessment permitted, per business/entity. Safe365 will donate 50% of all revenue generated during the promotional period to Surf Life Saving Northern Region Inc. Clients may choose to opt out after the free health and safety assessment with no obligations to purchase Safe365. For Safe365 Terms of Use and Privacy Policy visit www.safe365.co.nz .

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