SafetyCulture is the latest organisation to back the growing Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship family, with the innovative global technology company joining as a partner.
With many different forms and protocols in place across motorsport, SafetyCulture’s award-winning operations and training platform will provide the ARC and Motorsport Australia with the ability to simplify a number of key processes including stage assessments, staff training and incident response.
SafetyCulture was founded by ARC competitor, Luke Anear, who said he was eager to bring his exciting technology to motorsport.
“We know the SafetyCulture platform can work in improving and simplifying a number of key documents and processes involved in motorsport,” Anear explained.
“We’re really excited to be working with Motorsport Australia to provide access to our platform and improve the efficiency across the Championship for event organisers and key personnel.
“That work has already started and a number of forms and other key documents will move to the SafetyCulture platform which will be a benefit to everyone, including competitors and officials.”
Motorsport Australia Director of Motorsport & Commercial Operations Michael Smith thanked Anear and the SafetyCulture team for its support.
“We all know Luke is passionate about his rallying but what some might not know is how impressive the SafetyCulture platform is and the impact it has had around the world,” Smith said.
“We’re excited to be working with the SafetyCulture team and know this product will have significant benefits across the sport, particularly for the ARC and its stakeholders.”
The SafetyCulture brand will feature across collateral at all ARC events in 2023, starting with the opening round later this month.
Buckby ŠKODA Rally Launceston takes place on 24-26 March in Tasmania.