Get the risk management tools you need to manage and control emergencies – from identifying key personnel, to sharing emergency plans and monitoring emergency procedures.
Record and manage all incidents and events, from illness to injury, in one place with customised templates and reports. Provide event details and injury management processes all the way through to rehabilitation and return-to-work plans.
Recurring incidents puts your entire enterprise at risk. Access the tools to formalise the investigation process and share lessons across the business.
Use a Job Safety Analysis (JSA) or Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) to provide consistent training guidelines for your staff to follow.
Take preventative action and manage the multiple hazards and risks associated with a project or activity. Anticipate the risk and put controls in place before any damage or danger occurs.
Create and maintain a Risk & Control Register to maximise visibility.
Define the things that could go wrong, as well as the safety procedures needed to prevent these.
Create a culture of engagement and empowerment by assigning accountability to the right people.
Register all event types, from near misses to illness and injury.
Record event details, from when the event occurred to who reported it and the time it took place.
Assess the environment where the incident occurred.
Record the injury details, treatment and the return-to-work plans and procedures.
Make a formal record of investigations for any insurance claims.
Capture the details of an investigation, from the sequence of events to the corrective actions that took place.
Report on corrective actions to prevent similar events from occurring.
Record the people involved, plus their duties and responsibilities.
Detail codes of practice and safe work practices through JSAs and SWMS.
Formalise the induction process of new staff to ensure they are up to speed with policies and procedures.
Anticipate emergencies and assign personnel to key tasks, such as fire warden and first-aid attendant.
Create emergency response plans to cover all eventualities onsite and in individual departments.
Carry out routine checks on emergency equipment and schedule regular evacuations and procedure reviews.
Collate a one-stop list of emergency contacts – from fire to ambulance.