Customized Severity Ratings

Several of our subscribers have requested the option to customize their Severity Ratings and Contributing Factors, and that option is now available!  If you have an Enterprise Account with Safety-Reports, you can now modify both the Severity Ratings and Contributing Factors through your Admin Account under "User-Defined Settings”. 

 
We’ve provided instructions for modifying your Severity and Contributing Factors settings along with an example of how they appear in the body of a reports. Please 
click here to view.

 

 NEW APPS

Our much anticipated JSA App (also referred to as JHA, AHA and other acronyms) will be released in early January. We’re putting the finishing touches on the app and plan to push it to the app store (Apple Store and Google Play) the first week in January. Depending on the approval process, it should be available for download by the middle of January.

The new app will be "FREE” to everyone, but if you have an Admin Account and would like to integrate the JSA app to your other accounts (i.e. Inspections, Training, etc.) you can do so for $50 per license year ($100 if you don’t have an Inspection license).

The integration includes upgrades such as unlimited JSA submissions, the ability to share JSA’s among multiple users, the ability to import employees and integrate the employee list with the Training app and vise-a-versa. And of course, you’ll get dashboard reports to analyze your JSA performance.

Using the Safety Reports JSA App will allow you to…

·       Create comprehensive and professional JSA’s using our mobile app or web interface

·       Distribute JSA’s electronically (in PDF format) directly from your mobile device

·       Document JSA training using electronic signatures from your smartphone or tablet

·       Build a library of all JSA’s accessible to all personnel using the mobile app



 

 
 

More New Apps Coming Soon!


Safety Observation App
 The Safety Observation App is designed for "all” employees in an organization to easily submit "one-off” observations using their smartphone or tablet…and the best part, it’s extremely easy to use and affordable!It’s a great way to engage all employees in the safety process.Your employees can easily create an account in minutes using their company email. If they don’t have a company issued email, the Administrator can add them manually.Observations (both good and bad) are electronically submitted using the app. Just open the app, type a brief description, snap a photo (optional), document the location, and submit the observation. Employees have an option to submit anonymously. Employers can set up daily or weekly Observation Reports.However, if an employee submits a "high severity” observation, key personnel are immediately notified.

 


Incident Report App 
 The Incident App will allow you to submit injury and reports and other reports such as liability reports and property damage reports. The injury reports will create a "First Report of Injury” and it will also complete the OSHA 300 Injury & Illness Report (300 Log) as well as the "Annual Summary” report (300A).

 

 

 

Tim, Hunt Forest Products, LLC

1. What do you like most about Safety Reports? I like the audit setup on mobile devices. I use it as a training tool for leaders.

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