Effective Near-Miss recording and reporting with simple configuration

Pisys Near-Miss manager allows easy near miss recording and tracks mitigation through a powerful and configurable workflow. Recording a near miss is an important part of managing workplace safety. By recording details and data of every reported incident, employers can isolate risks and create mitigating actions in response. Mobile forms make this process more efficient, allowing employers to easily document and track potential problems before an accident occurs.


As in all our products, Task Risk Manager focuses on accessibility and ease of use. Our system is not complex but it makes it easy for all stakeholders to see and contribute to the process of assessing and mitigating risk.

Increase Safety & Reduce Response Time

All data relating to a near-miss can be captured at the worksite and is instantly available for review by HSE management. A configurable alert system notifies appropriate responders and any actions relating to the near-miss can be quickly created, assigned and tracked through the simple interface.

The benefit of being able to capture data from the precise scene and close to the time of the event allows a highly reliable description of the near-miss to be recorded. The system supports attachments so photos, documents etc. can be included both as part of the initial data gathering and also as part of any mitigation actions.

Crucially the actions raised are then tracked to closure, with appropriate alerts as they reach or pass their prescribed due-date for closure. As mitigation progresses actions can be reviewed and approved, with an unlimited number of review stages. Key external stakeholders can also be informed at critical points in the process without compromising any confidential data which is being managed internally.

Easy Access from the Worksite

Capture important data on-site. Personnel can use tablets or mobiles to record any potential hazards or incidents that they encounter in their day-do day roles, allowing rapid mitigation to take place. All required data can be captured on a simple form which reflects your specific needs rather than a generic template.

If the device has a camera this can be used to take photographs which can be included as attachments to support the evidence gathering process. Once data has been recorded, the near-miss can be managed from any browser.

A dashboard shows key statistics in an easily understood format. A powerful API allows near-miss data to be accessed by a wide range of external systems. Custom reports can be created for one-off analysis while an excel export allows easy manipulation of data.

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We’ll walk you through our Near Miss Manager software; letting you evaluate its features and user experience first-hand.

Near Miss Manager is hosted on Amazon Web Services which helps to ensure the highest levels of performance and availability. We are certified under the ISO27001:2013 standard for Information Security Management Systems which holds us accountable for the Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability of the data which we store on our servers.

Near-Miss Manager also Integrates with Pisys Action TrackingTask Risk Manager and Permit to Work systems.

Please get in touch for a more detailed demonstration and to hear about how companies worldwide use the Pisys HSE suite to ensure safety and compliance.


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