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Incident / Accident analysis software

Stores data of accidents / incident and Provides analysis of accidents and shows correlation between accident causation parameters and the nature, type, body part injuries, department, time, severity rate report and a range of other relations, Reports are available in Text and chart forms. In conformity with BIS standard IS: 3786-1983 and Factories Act requirements.  Accident analysis is an excellent tool for minimizing near misses, first aid injuries and man days lost injuries and in developing accident reports for statutory authorities and also maintain statutory accident records and with this a hard record of accident can be dispensed with,

 

The Importance of Root Cause Analysis During Incident Investigation of past and present incidents and near misses The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) urge employers (owners and operators) to conduct an analysis of a root cause analysis following an incident or near miss at a facility incident information is gathered immediately and recorded (Accident analysis software).

1 A root cause is a fundamental, underlying, system-related reason why an incident occurred that identifies one or more correctable system failures.

2 By conducting a root cause analysis and addressing root causes, an employer may be able to substantially or completely prevent the same or a similar incident from recurring.

 

6 Steps to a Basic Accident Investigation

Step 1 Immediate action. In the event of an incident, immediate action to be taken may include making the area safe, preserving the scene and notifying relevant parties.

Step 2 Plan the investigation

Step 3 Data collection and recording.

Step 4 Data analysis. (Use of software)

Step 5 Corrective actions

Step 6 Reporting.

 

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Snap Shots data entry for recording incidents

Employees data entry form

 

Strength and man-hours worked in each department data entry form

 

Accident/Incidents or near miss data entry form

 

Accident/Incidents and near miss reports

 

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