Blerter App: New Health and Safety Technology

Is it hard to find the right Health and Safety technology for your team? Imagine there was an app that was exactly what you wanted.


We are pleased to announce the latest Blerter update is now available. We appreciate all the feedback we have had which has guided Blerter’s new features. We aren’t here to waste anyone’s time. We asked what you wanted, you answered and we listened.


This update has three comprehensive new features:

Improved Check In

The Induction and Check-In procedure has been optimised. Rather than just a safety questionnaire, Check-In displays current hazards in the project you are entering. If you are returning to a project it will then show you any new hazards that have been reported. This feature is built to bring safety to the forefront for everyone, right there at the beginning of the day.

Improved Safety Observations

Sometimes things like a malfunctioning tool or a person’s behaviour is a safety risk. Even if these issues don’t end in an incident, they still need to be addressed. Safety observations are sent only to those who need to know and only those with the right permissions can create them. This keeps the level of privacy you prefer. Safety observations also include who was involved and any consequential follow up tasks.


Simplified Project Permissions

You can now give team members roles with specific permissions. You can add roles and change the permissions for each person. These are easy to change per project and are cross-company. You can also restrict incidents, observations and documents to specific subcontractors. Project permissions are an efficient way to get the right information to the right people.


There are of course many other new features on Blerter 1.5 but we will leave that for you to explore. For a greater user experience, evolving functionality and dedicated support and development teams, download Blerter now. Your profile and workplace is free, so really, why wait? What matters most to you, is the same to us: Send your people go home safe tonight.