Safety Incident Management Software
Intelex Safety Incident Management Software helps workers capture, analyze and report on all safety incidents and near misses. The software includes forms for all types of incidents, such as injuries, environmental hazards, property damage, security breaches and more. Streamlining safety incident management allows you to spend less time chasing down data and more time on high-value tasks.
- Intelligent workflows throughout the entire incident lifecycle
- Out-of-the-box forms that are prepopulated with data and information
- Integrated Risk Assessments and Root Cause Analysis Methodologies
- Mobile application that works both online and offline
Safety Incident Management Software Improves Workplace Safety
Safety Intelex Incident Management software records, analyzes and reports safety incident data in an intuitive, online system. Rated as best in class by an independent industry analyst firm, it ensures that workplace incidents are quickly responded to and prevented from reoccurring.
Safety incidents are often the result of small failures over time throughout the system. Using embedded Root Cause Analysis (RCA) methods, such as 5-Whys and Fishbone, you can discover the underlying issues.
Complying with international standards and regulatory requirements requires a lot of time and effort. Simplify that process with auto-generated compliance forms, complete with prepopulated safety data and company information. Integrated compliance forms include OSHA, ISO, WCB, RIDDOR and EPA.
Without a centralized system of record, safety incidents may seem unrelated or random. Using configurable dashboards, you can organize and aggregate data across multiple locations. Be confident knowing that these insights will make your workplace safer.
Ensure timeliness and continuous improvement with intelligent workflows, such as scheduling tasks and due dates with automatic alerts. Mobile applications on a smartphone or tablet give frontline workers the ability to report safety incidents while in the field and to have the data sync up automatically to a centralized platform.
Key Safety Incident Management Software Features and Benefits
With mobile applications, centralized information and an automatic alert system,
safety incident management software helps organizations create a safer workplace.
Track all types of safety incidents
Pull up out-of-the-box responsive forms for injuries and illnesses, near misses, vehicular damage, property damage, environmental hazards, security breaches and more. You also have the option of assembling unique forms using the integrated Form Designer.
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Streamline business processes with intelligent workflows that help reduce errors, collect data and update all locations with the latest information.
Improve your safety culture with tools that help frontline workers take ownership of and amplify their safety in the workplace.
Enhance compliance processes and reduce errors through task automation, simplified documentation, enhanced data precision and real-time monitoring with alert capabilities.
Frequently Asked Questions, Answered.
Safety incident management software is designed to capture, analyze and report on all incidents and near-misses in the workplace. It incorporates different types of safety incidents, including injuries and illnesses, spills, property damage, vehicle incidents, security breaches and more. All data—such as observations, eyewitness statements, photos, etc—is collected onto a centralized platform and aggregated into a comprehensive report, complete with trends and corrective and preventative actions.
A safety incident management system is a series of tasks and workflows taken to resolve workplace incidents, such as injuries and illnesses, environmental spills or property damage. Not only are these incidents detrimental to workers and the planet, they could also result in the loss of, or disruption to, an organization’s operations, services or functions.
Many organizations with 10 or more employees are required to keep a record of serious work-related injuries and illnesses to be filed with OSHA. Each safety incident must be reported under Form 300 and again in more detail under Form 301. Then, between February and April, organizations have to post a summary of all incidents recorded the previous year under Form 300a. These records must be maintained at the worksite for at least five years.
Quality specialists can also use safety incident management software to track, analyze and respond to unexpected problems and nonconformances. It can efficiently capture data and report on internal or external non-conformances while driving corrective and preventative action plans to resolution.
A safety incident report is used in the investigation and analysis of an incident in the workplace that has caused injuries, property damage, environmental releases, etc., as well as near misses. Reports should identify the root cause of the event and corrective actions taken to eliminate the risks involved to prevent similar events.
Expand your knowledge of Incident Management processes
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