Incident Reporting software helps employers to:

  • Manage incidents across all sites
  • Remove paper based systems with an advanced digital solution
  • Minimise risk with fast and accurate reporting of near misses
  • Maintain responsibilities under RIDDOR
  • Take control of reporting and view dashboards for better understanding of incidents

Do you find it hard to stay on top of incidents at multiple sites or struggle to read handwriting in the Incident Report book?  This clever piece of Incident Reporting software is designed to make reporting and management of incidents easier than ever before…

What is the Incident Reporting Solution?

No amount of training, risk assessment or preventative measures can completely protect against incidents within the workplace.

A complete Incident Reporting solution should encompass:

» Initial Reporting

» Review by authorised persons

» Assignment & management of follow up actions

» Reporting to authorities, such as HSE, if required

With employers facing responsibilities under RIDDOR to report accidents that happen ‘out of or in connection with work’ the processes in place for reporting incidents need to be more robust, accurate and detailed than ever before.

Watch this short video for an overview of the Safety Media Incident Reporting Solution:

STEP 1: Initial Reporting

The Safety Media Incident Reporting module allows any employee to log into your learning management system, using the same details they use to complete their e-Learning, and fill out an Incident Report form online. They can report upon:
» Injuries
» Near Misses / Dangerous Occurrences
» Damage to Property / Assets

» Breaches of Security

Supporting evidence such as photographs, forms etc. can be added to the report & location / date information is stored within the system.

STEP 2: Management of the Incident

Once submitted the relevant people are informed via automated notifications whereby they will be able to log into

the system, view the report and fill in additional details; such as:

» Adding actions to be taken
» Resolving actions taken already
» Attaching further documentation

» Triggering a RIDDOR notification if appropriate

Once all of the above has been completed and actions closed off, the Incident Report can be filed and considered complete.

All information will be stored within the Incident Reporting suite and can be viewed / reported upon as required.

STEP 3: Reporting Options

There are a number of reporting options available including:

» Submitted Accident Reports
» Outstanding Issues
» RIDDOR Notifiable Accidents

» Pending Accident Reports

These reports, depending on the type of incident, can be built using whatever information you require such as: Department; Injury Type; Absence; Date Range; Nature of Damage; Extent of Damage etc.

STEP 4: Dashboards

Pertinent areas of the reportable information can be displayed in easy to digest dashboards. This allows all stakeholders to see trends, hot-spots, areas for concern and other information relevant to making decisions allowing for a safer working environment.
 Incident Reporting

The incident reporting solution is available as part of our Enterprise Learning Management which gives you access to all of our e-Learning courses and other pieces of software.

It is a really simple solution for both employees to report incidents and responsible people to manage them.  For more information or to request a demonstration of this solution please fill in our handy form.


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