Quantum’s web-based Incident Reporting Software prompts users to enter relevant details when documenting incidents, and then provides a full report and analysis. With both pre-determined and customizable fields, the module guides users through entering required information, accurately tracking a wide range of situations from chemical spills to multi vehicle accidents, and more.
Users capture essential details in real time to accurately output a full report and analysis. Evidence such as photographs or receipts can be attached within the module for further investigation.
Companies that are required to complete OSHA 300 forms will easily meet compliance regulations with the information compiled using the Incident Reporting Module. The module also supports sending automatic messages and reminders to ensure a timely and accurate response to incidents.
- Centralized Incident/Injury Records
OSHA requires accurate record keeping. When OSHA knocks on your door, the Incident Reporting Module quickly pulls information to demonstrate your compliance. Utilizing customized ID’s, your data is only a few clicks away. The module has the ability to generate comprehensive reports allowing managers to clearly see long- term trends in their safety culture and if necessary, implement corrective actions to improve.
- Compliance with OSHA Reporting Requirements
All relevant information can be immediately logged into the Module. The software will track and organize the information logged so the information is at your fingertips when needed. OSHA 300 and 300A forms are kept in a centralized location so the workplace injury log and summary can be consistent across multiple access points.
- Motor Vehicle Accident Incident and Investigation
Company vehicles are a major investment. Incidents involving company vehicles not only damages the value of the vehicles, but puts the employee and any passengers at major safety risks. All crashes should be immediately reported in detail. The software allows provides users a centralized and organized platform, so investigators can review details of the accident, investigate possible root causes, determine if the accident was preventable, and implement corrective actions. All documented details remain logged in the system so company managers can review past instances and prevent future ones from occurring.