SafetyDocs Global accepted on Google’s North America Women founders Acceleration Program

SafetyDocs Global, a international technology startup that develops and provides cloud systems for managing and storing regulatory documents, is taking another important step in its international expansion.

Starting in September, the company will be part of Google’s North America Women Founders Acceleration Program, an intensive 10-week program for technology startups that apply artificial intelligence.

SafetyDocs was founded in 2016 to support companies to gets all operational paperwork under control so companies never fall out of compliance or put their business at risk. The permit management platform gives the team total visibility and control over all workflows related to critical business permits and licenses.

Focusing on innovation, the company began to offer solutions to other sectors such as properties management, commercial centers, health, investment funds, manufacturing and retail.

The success of its operations in Brazil led the startup to seek new frontiers, participating in acceleration programs in Silicon Valley and starting its international journey in 2019 with the foundation of SafetyDocs Global in Canada.

“Being accepted into Google’s acceleration program is a gift and a challenge. We have a lot to offer the market and we know how much this mentoring can improve our company results, products and services.” – says Ingrid Polini, CEO of SafetyDocs.

The program starts in September and the mentoring and development agenda is filled with a lot of content that, soon, should be part of SafetyDocs routine for the benefit of its customers and partners in Brazil and worldwide.



SafetyDocs is a document storage and management cloud platform that ensures full accessibility and availability to regulatory documents. In addition to reducing administrative costs, SafetyDocs enables customers to have greater control over documents, reducing risks with missed deadlines, inspections and fines.