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Compliance Software

Smartlog: cloud-based fire & health & safety compliance management portal.

risk management

Online Training

Over 20 E-Learning compliance courses; from Fire Safety Awareness to full GDPR training.


Risk Assessment

On-site fire risk assessments and full health & safety audits by industry qualified assessors.

onsite training

Asset Management

Software facility for the registering, monitoring and auditing of your organisation's assets.



Support in all aspects of compliance with current fire and health & safety legislation.


Fire Safety Training

On-site practical and structured fire safety training for all organisations.


Smartlog is a cloud-based fire and health & safety compliance management software for business organisations and non-profit institutions. Smartlog incorporates multiple compliance functions into one central hub -- such as a risk assessment tool, asset management, eLearning, accident reporting, and an automated full premises management facility.

Currently Smartlog is used in more than 6,000 individual locations across many sectors; including organisations in:

  • Education
  • Healthcare
  • Local Authority
  • Manufacturing

About Safesmart

Safesmart is a health & safety compliance management and consultancy company known primarily for Smartlog, our cloud-based compliance software. Safesmart was formed back in 2002 providing expertise and services in fire safety; and the first version of Smartlog was released in 2004.

Alongside Smartlog, we mainly provide risk assessments, legionella assessments, consultancy, fire extinguisher and fire safety training through our NEBOSH & IOSH qualified fire and health & safety consultants.

Latest News.

HSE 2020/21 health & safety at work statistics: The 5 key takeaways

The HSE have released the annual health and safety figures for the year 2020/2021, and here are the 5 key takeaways. 1. Because of COVID-19, […]

HSE releases workplace fatality figures for 2020/21

A total of 142 workers were killed at work in Great Britain in 2020/21, which is a 26% increase (29 deaths) from the previous year, newly released HSE figures show.

Lateral Flow Testing facility now available on Smartlog®

With the majority of schools and colleges in the UK returning to in-person learning on 8 March – and following many requests from school leaders […]

Our Christmas Operating Hours

The Safesmart team would like to wish all our customers and their families a very Merry Christmas. After a difficult and challenging 2020, we hope […]

HSE 2019/20 health & safety at work statistics: The 5 key takeaways

The HSE have released the annual health and safety figures for the year 2019/2020, and here are the 5 key takeaways. Please note that this report falls […]

Document Library facility now available on Smartlog®

We are very pleased to announce the brand-new release of a Document Library facility on Smartlog.

Download the new Smartlog® iOS App

A new updated Smartlog® app for iOS devices is now available for free download on the App store. Operating only on devices running iOS 13.0 […]

Safesmart becomes UK Government G-Cloud 12 supplier

We are pleased to announce that Safesmart has become a G-Cloud 12 supplier, supplying the health & safety compliance management cloud-hosted software Smartlog® to the […]

New: Fire Risk Assessment Template

Safesmart are pleased and excited to announce that we are launching our new fire risk assessment template.

New Smartlog® Feature: ‘Track & Trace’

We have now released a Track and Trace facility on Smartlog. Visitors to your organisation can quickly scan in to a selected location and submit their contact details, with no login required.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Business Resources

As industries slowly re-open and schools & businesses resume operations, it is of utmost priority to ensure that work premises of all types are risk […]

Safesmart to launch £50,000 school kit sponsorship grant

Safesmart is to launch a school kit sponsorship grant worth £50,000 over the next decade.

Last Week in Health and Safety

A large fine, a ruined Christmas, and a potential cladding crisis: Last week’s health and safety news round-up.

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