SafetyCulture Acquires Safety App Sheqsy to Offer More Secure Safety Solution


Global workforce operations company SafetyCulture acquires lone worker safety cloud app Sheqsy.

Acquisition addresses underinvestment in frontline processes, enablement and emerging technologies.

SecurityCulture acquired Sheqsy to provide a worker safety solution to a dispersed and decentralized global workforce and to accelerate Sheqsy’s offering and growth in the US and European markets.

SafetyCulture is an investor in Sheqsy.

“Frontline workers make up 80% of our global workforce. It is our first responders who can capture information that would otherwise be missed: our eyes and ears, to the point of exploitable risk. Despite this, they have always been underserved when it comes to technology, especially lone workers. Only 1% of venture capital funding is invested in tools to support the frontline workforce,” says CEO and Founder of SafetyCulture Luc Anear.

“We built Sheqsy to give these people access to a mobile-first security solution, making bulky devices a thing of the past. The pandemic has reaffirmed the importance of our mission more than ever as we continue to ‘help companies keep employees working alone safe in the community,’ said the founder of Sheqsy. Hays Bailey.

With clients including Uniting, Anglicare WA, Melbourne Water and Opteon, Sheqsy is used by lone workers in Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Sheqsy is available on iOS and Android and businesses can start for free.


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