IndustrySafe 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.
Generating OSHA Recordkeeping logs 301, 300, 300A with IndustrySafe
IndustrySafe's incident 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' 301, 300, and 300A OSHA recordkeeping logs, providing convenient OSHA regulatory compliance for each worksite injury or illness. The incident module will also allow you to comply with OSHA's final rule "Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illness," requiring the electronic submission of recordkeeping data.
Track assets that have been involved in an incident with IndustrySafe
Using IndustrySafe's asset tracking capabilities, EHS professionals can complete an inventory of their organization's assets. Once this asset inventory is complete, safety managers can link their organization's assets to recording forms within IndustrySafe, allowing EHS professionals to assess the safety performance of a specific vehicle, equipment, or asset.
Safety professionals can also use IndustrySafe's various reports to easily determine which assets have recently been involved in an incident.