Luke Anear

SafetyCulture Founder and CEO

As SafetyCulture’s Chief executive officer, Luke is responsible for the day to day management of Townsville based SafetyCulture, which developed the world’s most used safety and quality inspection app – iAuditor.  Luke works closely with the software engineering teams and drives the innovation behind the SafetyCulture products

Luke was a workers compensation investigator and practice manager for Lee Kelly & Associates in Sydney until 2002. Luke also worked as a lead investigator for the Music Industry Piracy Investigation Unit (MIPI) and was involved in complex investigations with the Australian Government Solicitor’s Office. After witnessing the cost of workplace accidents to thousands of victims, their families and their employers, Luke began developing a system for managing safety in the workplace and in 2004 that concept became a reality.

SafetyCulture is on a mission to make safety and quality available to every worker in the world. Currently the company employs 150 people in five offices and is servicing 11,500 companies around the world. It is estimated that over 30 million inspections have been conducted using the SafetyCulture iAuditor app and over 70,000 user submitted industry checklist templates sit in their public library, making it the largest repository in the world.

Hear Luke speak at the Global Entrepreneur and Investor Exchange on 5 April at Commonwealth House.

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