Safety Plus Undergoes Brand Update

Safety Plus is a national provider of safety software and services headquartered in Mobile, AL. Operating across the Southeastern United States since 1991, we help businesses succeed through safe work. After announcing a significant growth investment from LoneTree (a New York-based growth capital firm) in December of 2021, we have been working on a brand refresh to better communicate our full suite of safety solutions on a national level.

Safety Plus’s mission is to provide industry-leading services, software, and solutions that help companies protect their employees — and their businesses — by making safe work efficient. Our nationally available solutions include:

• Outsourced safety program management
• All-in-one safety management software (SafetyPlusWeb™)
• Streamlined Contractor Qualification software (SafetyPlusWeb™ CQ)
• Site safety personnel staffing services
• Ancillary safety services and consulting

“Safety Plus is passionate about empowering companies to prevent tragedy – that’s what this rebrand is really about,” said Vice President of Marketing, Danny Duffey. “We’ve been around for over 30 years and we have a reputation for helping companies avoid injuries and improve safety operations – but we want business owners and safety managers across the entire US to know who we are and how we can help their company do the same.”

Our team of experts are available to assist customers with selecting the right mix of safety software and services to address the specific hazards they face. For more information about Safety Plus or a free consultation, please visit

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