What is a health and safety management software?
From senior managers to contractors, everyone in your organization needs to understand the rules and regulations when it comes to creating and maintaining a safe workplace.
Though pen and paper has held up for years, it’s not very effective nor does it allow you to evaluate and evolve your safety program informatively. A safety compliance software streamlines your compliance requirements and makes it easy to track, report, and analyze data and truly draw insights into what’s working and what’s not.
Centralize and Streamline
According to IT Management at University of Hawaii, almost 90% of spreadsheet documents contain errors. Not only are they inaccurate, but spreadsheets and binders also over-complicate safety and make retrieving and understanding information a lot harder. Having a central hub for all your company’s policies, documents, compliance tasks, etc. creates a space for your workers to take responsibility of their safety and compliance. This allows you to track and easily manage your workers’ performance and compliance scores to really ensure your workforce is well-equipped with the information they need.
A safety software will allow you to gather and analyze meaningful information seamlessly and consistently. Collecting and analyzing data on things such as incidents, assets, and behavior observations will allow your management to really evaluate and understand the gaps present in your safety program. As you evaluate data on why your incidents are happening and where, you can identify where your workforce is under-trained and evolve your safety training accordingly.
Your goal is to make sure your workers have confidence and trust in the fact that their management cares about their safety and well-being. Implementing a software equips you with the ability to create an elite safety culture and displays your commitment to safety which in turn increases employee satisfaction, reduces incidents, and increases productivity.
Save Time and Money
According to Sage research, small businesses are spending an average of 120 working hours a year on administrative tasks. That means, as your compliance tasks move online, you are instantaneously reducing administrative hours and costs. On-boarding and training your workers online allows you to cut costs of hosting training sessions on-site or in class whilst also improving worker retention rates. National Safety Council reports that a single accident costs about $41,000. A health and safety software will equip you with the tools to evolve your safety program which in turn reduces accidents and costs.
It's evident that implementing a health and safety management software really does pay off. It's important to understand what features will benefit your organization and workers. Workhub provides a complete health and safety compliance software that allows easy management of training, procedures, policies, inspections, and more, centralized in one easy-to-use hub. Workhub’s software is the most comprehensive and affordable safety and compliance solution on the market. With over 25 customizable tools, the software optimized workflow and ensures health and safety programs are effectively communicated to workers.
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