Mental health and safety startup set to expand

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Mental health and safety startup set to expand

A new $750,000 investment will allow Tap Into Safety to accelerate its growth plans.

WA-based startup Tap Into Safety has two products designed to help enhance physical and mental safety in the workplace.

Just three years old, the company has already gained business from well-known companies including Lendlease, Samsung C&T, CPB Contractors, John Holland and Chandler Macleod Group.

But now a $750,000 capital injection by Dorado Capital will allow it to expand the existing Perth-based sales team and extend into Sydney and Melbourne.

“Looking forward we can continue our R&D work to extend the product functionality to include additional interactivity and reporting features,” said CEO and co-founder Susanne Bahn.

“Our customers already love our solutions but we know we can offer them more as Tap into Safety grows and expands into new markets.”

The company's safety product, Hazard Insight, presents 360-degree panoramic scenes of high-risk work areas, and uses adult learning principles and gamification to train hazard identification.

The mental health product, All of Me, provides animated refresher training on topics that impact mental health in the workplace, a 'one click' help connection facility and predictive analytics to show any staff in early mental health decline.

Both solutions provide 15 minute learning videos delivered both by smart devices and online.

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