Learn the basics of the Donesafe dashboard; the menus, the widgets, the lot!
Learn the basics of adding an incident on a computer or mobile phone.
Learn the basics on how to add an incident on a computer or mobile phone.
Learn the process for creating new audits and observations.
Learn how to access and understand the knowledge base.
Learn how to manage & close your actions. You'll be ticking stuff off in no time.
Just general tips. How to edit records, how to add Donesafe to the homescreen of your phone; that sort of stuff.
Learn the basics of taking an incident report past the 'new report' stage, through to a conclusion.
Learn how to manage hazard reports, perform risk assessments, input corrective actions and compare the results!
Get a handle on the four primary sections of Donesafe: Learn, Manage, Monitor and Observe.
General information that might come in handy as a team leader or admin.
More than just Incidents and Hazards, Donesafe has registers for managing visitors, chemicals, P&E; here's how to get co
General help using the learning management section. Some items need admin access
A section for one-off uses for the report builder.
Logging in causing your trouble? Try these help articles to solve your problem.
Admin-only tips and troubleshooting. Learn to solve problems like a pro.
Bugs; a sad fact of digital life. Here are the known ones and how to get around them.
Getting hassles with your users and people selectors? Here's how to fix them.
General tips for a general worker.
Setting up a new account? Start here to become a Donesafe pro.
Learn the basics! Adding locations, roles, users; it's all in here.
Learn how to do things like build audits and post knowledge articles; make Donesafe your own.
Automate your safety program with workflows & action tracks!
The hardest part: marking people change the way they do things.
General how to articles for system administrators.
If you want to get serious with your role permissions, this section is for you
Oneoff tips and tricks for workflows & automations. (As they come up)