New tool aims to help improve safety reporting

April 11, 2016 -  By

Screenshot_DashboardThe WorkplaceAware report management system offers a mobile app and web-based dashboard to help companies efficiently compile safety and operational reports.

The WorkplaceAware report management system generates reports on anything relevant to safety and operational stability in the workplace. With the WorkplaceAware mobile app, employees can instantly submit photos and report details to management. Employees can report near misses, safety and security observations, faulty or missing equipment, accidents and even supply requests. The WorkplaceAware report management system provides employers the opportunity to evaluate safety and operational reports with a level of detail and coordination previously impossible using paper reports, the company said.

All reports submitted through the employer-branded WorkplaceAware mobile app are geo-tagged based on the location of the picture taken.

Business owners, safety officers and managers can access the WorkplaceAware web-based dashboard wherever they are located. Users generate PDF or CSV reports that can be tailored by type of report and other parameters. Using the web-based dashboard, reports can be sent to a particular employee or management group, or forwarded electronically to the appropriate individual or department for immediate intervention and resolution. Additionally, alerts can be transmitted to notify all mobile app users of significant events.

“WorkplaceAware eliminates many of the reporting barriers companies must overcome to make workplaces safer and run smoother operationally,” said WorkplaceAware CEO Rob Sweeney. “There are many reasons employees choose not to report a near miss or operations need including fear of retribution, a desire to avoid red-tape or to avoid interrupting pace of work. By using WorkplaceAware, companies can allow employees to quickly and comprehensively report from the field, without having to fill out pages of paperwork or interrupting the workday.”

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