After working in the field for over a decade, RiskTalk Co-Founder Stuart saw firsthand the shortcomings of traditional safety practices.
And with research showing these methods reinforce inefficiency and complacency, as well as being disengaging for the worker, he knew there had to be a better way.
Recognising the frustrations for both workers and management, as well as a vital need to tap into the experience and on the ground insights of workers, the idea for RiskTalk was born.
Following countless product iterations, customer interviews, and a strong focus on human-centred design, RiskTalk is leading the way in safety innovation and continues to evolve into the world's largest voice safety library.
Stuart brings 15 years of experience in improving safe systems of work to RiskTalk. He started his career with large mining organisations before working across a range of industries specialising in heavy construction with a focus on making safety more engaging, efficient and intuitive. Stuart’s passion for improving safety through innovation and tapping into the expertise of workers on the ground led him to develop RiskTalk. As MD, his deep understanding of the industry enables him to produce the best safety outcomes for companies by making use of their inherent strengths.
David plays a key role in leading the business and a talented team of developers to ensure an exceptional product and user experience, with expert support available around the clock. Dave's background running his own digital agency has given him vast experience in web and application development. As Head of Technology, Dave works with clients to seamlessly integrate RiskTalk with existing systems and respond to individual company needs and complexities.
Mrs Mofokeng joined Aurecon South Africa Pty Ltd at the time in 2008 with a MSc Wastewater Treatment qualification from the University of Cape Town. She obtained her professional registration in 2013. In that year, she was promoted to Associate Director and was made Technical Director for the Purification Unit in 2014. She left Aurecon to join GIBB Pty Ltd in 2016 to embrace the challenge of running a national water business as a Technical Executive. She has extensive experience in the feasibility planning, design, construction and commissioning of multi million dollars wastewater treatment projects. She’s to enroll for a PhD in 2020 to investigate the sustainability of water, food and energy nexus.
Julian is a financial and commercial corporate executive with extensive experience in technology development, manufacturing and construction. His core focus to date has been in the water and renewable energy sectors. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant having qualified with KPMG in Ireland, where after he spent 8 years in London as a corporate finance professional. He has since held positions as Chief Financial Officer for several companies including Bluewater Bio (UK) and the SAME Water Group (RSA). He is currently engaged with Riparian Corporate Advisory as a deal principal advising on water, energy and technology transactions.