"The modules we use help us out a lot in tracking our incidents and being able to get a grip on all our safety numbers.."
Jeffrey Grill, Martek Biosciences
- Key Features
- Reports & Analysis
- Common Features
- Compliance with OSHA Recorkeeping
- Multiple Incident Types -Near Miss, Vehicle, Employee Injury, Non-Employee Injury, Environmental
- Easy to Use Incident Form
- Auto fill Employee, Treatment, and Facility Information
- Look up Employee Incident History, Traning Hisotry, and Required Training
- Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis
- Automatically Alert Users of Incidents
- OSHA Recordkeeping Reports (300, 300A, 301), and DART, TCIR Logs
- Standard Reports -by Month, by Type, by Department, Injury Logs, and More
- Multiple Dashboards including Days without Lost Time, by Root Causes, by Body Part, by Day of Week, and more!
- Action Item and Hazard Follow Up
- Add/Edit/Remove Fields
- Configure Automatic Email Notifications
- Upload Supporting Documents
- Compare Indicators across Modules
- Export and Search Features
- Multiple Locations, Users, Regions Etc.
- Available in Multiple Languages
IndustrySafe offers comprehensive Incident Management
Supervisors in a variety of industries must track incidents in the workplace to monitor and secure the safety and health of workers. Federal laws and regulations firmly govern how employers record this information, and as a result, it is important for safety managers to arm themselves with the most reliable incident management software.
IndustrySafe safety management software includes several modules designed to help safety coordinators monitor their business in a variety of areas, including incident management. By collecting and analyzing relevant data on incidents in the workplace, organizations can better monitor their efforts to comply with safety regulations and ensure worker health.
Tracking a variety of incidents quickly with IndustrySafe
A large selection of workplace incidents may need to be recorded each time they occur on a worksite, included near-misses, vehicle incidents, employee injuries and injuries to non-employees. The Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) is the regulatory agency that defines a number of scenarios in which work-related injuries must be recorded by employers, including those that result in death, restricted work activity, medical treatment or days away from work.
OSHA reporting also includes a variety of occupational illnesses, including respiratory conditions, skin diseases, poisoning or loss of hearing. When recording this information, employers must keep thorough records of each event's characteristics. Data required by OSHA includes details on the nature of the injury, the part of the body that was affected, the potential source and event that caused the injury and the work absences or restrictions that may have resulted from the incident.
IndustrySafe's easy-to-use incident form allows for the tracking and monitoring of each of these events, providing employers with a convenient way to record workplace incidents when they occur. Information on the employee, treatment and facility can be automated to speed the reporting process, and IndustrySafe's allows managers to review previously reported incidents.
Reporting to OSHA by using IndustrySafe software
IndustrySafe's incidents module includes intuitive functions that allow safety coordinators to quickly enter and track incident data. By answering a few short prompts, managers can use IndustrySafe to quickly determine if an event is OSHA reportable. The incident management software will then add such incidents to the employers' 300, 300A and 301 OSHA logs, providing convenient OSHA regulatory compliance for each worksite injury.
In addition, IndustrySafe allows safety managers to quickly calculate the organization's Days Away Retristricted Transfer (DART)and Total Case Incident Rate (TCIR).These rates can then be reviewed by month, department or facility location, providing supervisors with the ability to track incidents across multiple facilities and departments.
As a result, safety coordinators gain the visibility needed to shore up weak points and underscore strengths in worksite safety and health efforts. Organizations are able to maintain OSHA regulatory compliance and take steps to improve from safety with IndustrySafe incident management software.
IndustrySafe's incidents module is a critical tool for supervisors overseeing incident management, and as a whole this safety software enables comprehensive safety management across an organization.
Safety coordinators rely on IndustrySafe safety management software as their safety and health dashboard. They are able to enable automatic notifications across each of its modules to keep other managers better informed, upload supporting documents when required and compare key indicators across modules.
Administrators are subsequently provided greater control over their incident management tracking, inspections and OSHA reporting. With IndustrySafe health and safety management software, users are armed with the tools to better oversee the well-being of their workforce.