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.
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As a health and safety specialist, understanding the concept of near misses is crucial for effectively identifying and managing workplace hazards. Near misses are incidents or events that have the potential to cause harm, injury, or damage but fortunately do not result in any immediate negative consequences. These incidents are often considered as warnings or...
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It’s pretty obvious that the best people to report near-misses on the worksite are the people on the worksite. They are generally closest to both cause and effect of any near-miss and can provide a rich set of data which can help to understand and mitigate any future incidents However – there are also some...