Run reports by region, state or another grouping of locations that meets your company’s specific needs.
Keep track of all work-related needlestick injuries and cuts from sharp objects that are contaminated with another person’s blood or other potentially infectious material. The digital management system helps you stay in compliance and avoid fines.
Automated reporting options assist customers that receive injury surveys from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Survey data can reveal workplace injury trends for specific industries, locations, days of the month, etc.
Review recordable accidents to see how you are managing disability durations and determine “days away, restricted, and job transfer” (DART) calculations to determine how your company is performing against the industry based on your injury data.
Affix electronic signatures on your annual OSHA 300A injury and illness report summaries.
Keep track of both claims (e.g., benefit payments) and incidents (e.g., workplace accidents), fully identify all OSHA recordable incidents and claims, and more readily pinpoint and track incidents that may become claims.