Incident Reporting

There's nothing quite as effective in progressing as an organization as learning from your mistakes. Incidents can be considered mistakes, so each incident should be cherished as an opportunity to investigate, assess and improve.

What if we could predict the future, or had a crystal ball?

Diligent reporting will provide meaningful statistics on the frequency and severity of incidents and near misses. Evaluating each for their root causes will provide invaluable insight into the unsafe work practices and behaviors.

An incident report starts with the basics!

A description of the events, along with key information like the date, time or location of an incident. Reporters have the option of adding photos, linking assets, the environment or people. People's involvement can be pretty broad, but the usually include injuries, responders, witnesses and such. In the case of injuries, the the system will prompt reporters for the body part(s) affected and the injury type. The system will also track lost time and restricted work.

On the administrator side, you can assign an investigator who can then add Root Causes.

Root causes can be Immediate or System types, which can be further categorized into Actions, Conditions, and Personal Factors.

In the event there is more information that needs attaching to incidents (like say witness statements, doctor’s reports, OSHA correspondence and such), they’re easily linked to the incident.

Eliminate or mitigate each incident's contributing factors by adding action items to any incident.

This will ensure that corrective actions are carried out (and signed off on) for any and all deficiencies. A safer workplace and better safety culture will be the reward.

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