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The Vault Intelligence story began when the Director of Safety and Risk for the Australian Army, David Moylan, retired from his high-ranking appointment in order to open his own risk consultancy in 2000. Having honed his safety and risk management skills in some of the most precarious regions of the world, David’s time in the Army is a defining factor of Vault’s success, where he continues as Managing Director.
For six years, David consulted with major international organisations, including Shell Exploration, PetroChina, AGL Energy, Air New Zealand, Coca-Cola, and Defence Forces across Australia and New Zealand. The knowledge and experience David gained along the way led to the identification of a need in the market for an innovative end-to-end software solution that could combine Health, Safety, Compliance and Risk Management.
We'll provide experiences to our customers, partners, community and each other that make people smile.
Nobody wins if we all burn out. We support each other and call each other out when we need a break. Working hard is different to working all the time, and we strive to work smarter, be healthy and stay safe.
Working together is key, we succeed as a team. We recognise each other's unique skills and expertise and work together to achieve our goals, whilst being transparent and open to new ideas.
Our people strive to be the best at what they do. We listen, learn, deliver and take ownership.
We are driven, focussed and we question the status quo. Everything can always get better, nothing is perfect and there is no attitude of 'that'll do.'
CEO, SPCA Canterbury
Safety Manager, NZME
Platinum Safety rebranded to NGB Industries, investing in the development of Business Intelligence with a greater focus on data, compliance and governance.
NGB evolved into Vault GRC, after a positive market response to the product's comprehensive yet easy-to-understand approach to health and safety.
Platinum Safety was launched and the first version of “Vault” software was released the following year.
NGB (Next Generation Business) enjoyed substantial growth and expanded into other regional markets.
Recognised for its innovation and growth, Vault became the first health and safety software company to be listed on the Australian Stock Exchange.