Business owners are responsible for the health and safety of their employees, whether they are working in an office, manufacturing facility, warehouse, or any other commercial or industrial space. A comprehensive health and safety management system is vital to protect employees from potential hazards.
No matter the size of your business, developing and implementing an effective OHS management system is critical to protecting your employees and ensuring compliance with state and national health and safety legislation.
Along with risk management, there are a few other key components of an effective OHS management system. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at each and help you see how Skytrust could be a valuable tool for your organisation.
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Key features of your OHS management system software
1) Hazard and incident reporting
Hazard and incident reporting is an important part of any OHS management system.
By identifying and reporting hazards and incidents, employers can take proactive steps to prevent injuries and illnesses from occurring.
In addition, hazard reports can be used to investigate incidents, identify trends, and implement proactive measures to prevent future accidents.
Furthermore, by maintaining an up-to-date record of all hazards and incidents, businesses can demonstrate their commitment to OHS compliance. WHS hazard and incident reporting is an essential tool for protecting the health and safety of employees.
2) Safety audits and inspections
Implementing a safety inspection schedule is one of the smartest things you can do for your business.
Not only will it help you comply with OHS legislation, but it will also create a safer workplace for your employees.
By scheduling custom and ongoing inspections, you can identify and address potential hazards before they cause an accident or injury.
And by keeping records of all inspection activities, you can track your progress and ensure that your safety procedures are up to date. In short, safety inspection scheduling and record-keeping are essential components of any effective OHS management system.
3) Risk management and assessment
Identifying hazards and managing risk is one of the most important features of OHS software.
By tracking employee exposure to potential hazards, OHS software can help businesses ensure that their employees are safe and healthy. It can also help businesses to investigate accidents and incidents, and to develop strategies for preventing them in the future.
By identifying patterns of risk, OHS management can help businesses to make their workplaces safer for everyone.
4) Equipment registry
The equipment and plant registry module is a powerful tool that lets you seamlessly manage all equipment, including maintenance requirements and record of service.
With this module, you can easily keep track of your equipment inventory, schedule maintenance tasks, and generate reports.
You can also assign equipment to relevant team members so they can easily and clearly monitor it.
Whether you’re managing a small fleet or a large one, the equipment and plant registry module is an essential tool for keeping your operation running smoothly.
Health and safety induction is a vital part of the onboarding and ongoing training processes, but it can often be time-consuming and convoluted. That’s where Skytrust’s health and safety software comes in.
Our safety management software streamlines the induction process by providing all the information employees need in one easy-to-use online portal.
Within this module, you can easily create your own custom questions as part of your induction process, perfect for contractors or visitors as well as new employees.
6) Contractor management
For industries like construction, your site is a busy place where employees and contractors alike are working.
As any senior management knows, managing contractors who are constantly on the move can be a time-consuming and complicated process. Not only do you need to keep track of which workers are on site, but you also need to make sure that they are qualified and they are following occupational health and safety legislation.
Skytrust’s software helps to streamline this process by allowing managers to create and assign tasks, track worker hours, and generate reports, and ensure compliance. With Skytrust, it’s easy to manage your contractors from one single, cloud-based app.
Managing your team has never been easier: online, anywhere-anytime access to every employee and contractor, including training, certifications, and personal information. Skytrust will also automatically inform individuals of training requirements.
As businesses evolve, so too must their applications. Our fluid safety program allows for easy scalability, so that your app can grow right along with your business. Whether you’re expanding your team or need to add new features and functionality, our team will work closely with you to ensure a seamless transition.
Skytrust OHS management system will always be able to keep pace with the ever-changing needs of your business.
Skytrust is aligned with global standards including ISO 9001 and is a secure, private solution for your business. Even when you’re offline or out of range, you can still add information via the app, and it will sync seamlessly once you’re online. Whether you’re in the office, warehouse, or off-site, you always have access to our cloud-based system.
Who is Skytrust for?
Flexible and scalable, Skytrust grows as you do. With Skytrust, you have the ability to build your modules over time, as required.
Supporting managers and employees across a range of industries, Skytrust is used by both global and local businesses, including those in:
- Food and beverage
- Aged services
See how some of our clients use Skytrust to manage safety and improve workplace visibility by exploring some of our case studies.