The Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) is Australia’s largest association for Supply Chain and Logistics professionals and practitioners. We are a member based organisation and at our very core is our mission to serve and advance the interests of Supply Chain and Logistics professionals and practitioners (SCL) in Australia. SCLAA do this through the development of the profession and practice of SCL, collaboration with industry stakeholders and promotion and recognition of world’s best practice.
Clade aims to partner with SCLAA to provide a platform for our latest product - SCRIM. Our SCRIM Safety First product - powered by Microsoft – delivers an easy to use health and safety solution, especially for high risk industries like logistics, manufacturing, construction and mining where safety is the highest priority.
With SCRIM, we help you to better identify, track, mitigate and manage risks throughout your business and ensure easy adoption and appropriate systems are in place to assure your employee’s health, safety and wellbeing.
Your incidents, hazards, risks, inspections, audits and more are all managed within SCRIM and importantly, are easily visible to managers and executives as a critical summary of the organisation’s safety performance via a suite of elegant, intuitive dashboards.
We’ve partnered with Australia’s biggest companies to improve their safety records with SCRIM Safety First.
Clade envisions a strong partnership with SCLAA where we continue to help SCLAA and its members: "Put your employee safety back into the heart of your operations"
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