Incident Management Software
Intelex Incident Management Software is built to capture, track, investigate, analyze and report on all incidents and near-misses, including injuries and illnesses, spills, property damage, vehicle incidents, security breaches and more.
- Manage the entire incident lifecycle
- Improve visibility into incidents of all types
- Identify root causes to reduce risk and prevent recurrence
- Easily comply with all regulatory requirements and standards
Incident Management Software Drives Deeper
Insights into Safety Performance
Intelex Incident Management software records, tracks, analyzes and reports safety incident data in an intuitive,
online system that ensures safety incidents are quickly responded to, investigated, closed and ultimately, prevented from reoccurring.
Rated as best in class by industry analyst firm, our Incident Management Software utilizes standard or customizable forms to
track all types of safety incidents, while easily configured dashboards allow instant visualization of your safety data.
When incidents happen, Intelex helps you discover the underlying cause with embedded Root Cause Analysis (RCA) methodologies such as 5-Whys or Wishbone analysis.
Whether it is OSHA, RIDDOR, WCB, ISO, EPA or even rules regarding transportation, finance, or security, Intelex helps you gather, organize, and even automatically report the data.
Without a single “source of truth” or centralized system of record, incidents may seem unrelated and random. Intelex helps you visualize what’s happening to proactively address problematic trends.
No duplicate entry, no multiple spreadsheets, no searching for data in different IT systems… Intelex keeps everything in one place to save you precious time and energy.
Key Safety Incident Management Software Features and Benefits
Record, track, analyze and report safety incident data in an intuitive, online system that ensures safety incidents are
quickly responded to, investigated, closed and ultimately, prevented from reoccurring.
Track all types of safety incidents
Use out-of-the-box responsive forms for employee, property, security, environmental and vehicle incidents or use the integrated Form Designer to create new forms for incident types unique to your operating environment.
Frequently Asked Questions, Answered.
Incident management software is designed to capture, track, investigate, analyze and report on all incidents and near-misses, including injuries and illnesses, spills, property damage, vehicle incidents, security breaches and more. Incident management software creates a single source of truth for all data collected around incidents – reports, eyewitness statements, photos, etc. – and rolls it up into a full report about the incident investigation, including trends and corrective and preventative actions.
An incident management system is a series of steps taken to identify, analyze and resolve critical incidents, including employee injuries or illnesses, near misses, environmental spills, property damage, quality issues and more that could loss of, or disruption to, an organization's operations, services or functions.
An important aspect of safety incident management is OSHA recordkeeping and determining what incidents resulting in employee injuries or illnesses should be tracked and what data needs to be collected and reported to regulators. Many employers with more than 10 employees are required to keep a record of serious work-related injuries and illnesses that will be filed with OSHA as part of the employer’s OSHA 300 log.
Quality teams can use incident management software to track, analyze and respond to unexpected problems and nonconformances with the assets they manage and the products produced. It can efficiently capture data and report on internal/external non-conformances while driving corrective and preventative action plans to resolution.
An incident report is the foundation that is used in the investigation and analysis of an event or series of events. Reports should identify the root cause of an event and corrective actions taken to eliminate the risks involved and prevent similar events. These reports document incidents that caused injuries to employees, damage to property, environmental releases and quality failures, as well as “near-miss” incidents that could have caused injury or property damage.
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Incident reporting, along with metrics such as training hours, injury and illness rates, observations, etc., gives organizations a clear picture of where resources should be deployed to improve and enhance EHSQ performance.
EHS incidents can be painful for injured employees, the environment, and your organization’s bottom line, but incident management and reporting doesn’t have to be a pain point for you.
Learn how Intelex can help you automate and streamline your incident management program.
If you are presenting a proposal to executives, it’s much easier if you have data to back it up. Looking at the number of incidents through the Intelex dashboards helps us make our case (to management) for new equipment, or a change in procedure, or to stop an activity that is too risky.Louise Grondin
SVP Environment, Sustainable Development, & People
An advantage of using software to address incident management is being able to have an exchange of information with our workers. We look at software as a conversation and how we can utilize it to give our workers information they’ll find useful at that time.Gary Pitts
Global Health Safety and Security Lead
The incident management tool allows us to track incidents across our whole organization, do follow-ups, investigations and provide a way for managers to get visibility into these incidents.Ryan Orvis