Improve health and safety across your organization with a mobile app

iAuditor as Health and Safety Software

Establish and Maintain a Culture of Safety

A health and safety software is a tool that can streamline and simplify health and safety procedures within an organization. Establishing and maintaining an effective health and safety management system is key to minimizing risks of injuries and illnesses. With iAuditor as a Health and Safety Software, improve and permeate a culture of safety across your organization. Prevent injuries and property loss and reduce costs with a mobile app that allows you to foresee and control workplace hazards. Ensure you and your workers go home safely everyday with a health and safety management software.


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Spot hazards and risks before they become accidents

Perform short inspections or assessments in the workplace with your mobile or tablet device. Digital inspections allow you to easily gather accurate and consistent data of hazards and risks. Support your findings with photo evidence to give your team a better picture of the issue identified and help them set up the right precautions.


Be proactive and turn issues into actions

Safety is everyone’s responsibility. Empower your team to take ownership of their safety and wellbeing by reporting issues and problems to the right personnel immediately.


Minimize accident occurrence with powerful data

Leverage your team with iAuditor’s real-time analytics. With analytics, get instant visibility on common failed items, incomplete inspections, and other issues that can help you identify weaknesses in your operation that could lead to an incident.


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Implementing an Effective Health and Safety Management System

For a health and safety management system to be effective and successful, it should follow a formal structure of elements. This includes taking into account the following 7 elements:

  1. Management involvement and commitment
    An organization’s values, vision, and culture is only as strong as the management leading it. To build a safety culture in the workplace, management should be the first people to exhibit a strong commitment to a safe work environment. Health and safety should be just as important as cost, productivity, quality, and employee relations.

    Management can show their involvement and commitment by doing the following:

    • Allocating resources for health and safety initiatives
    • Setting clear directions and expectations with health and safety policies
    • Assigning and monitoring health and safety responsibilities
    • Directly engaging and communicating with workers
  2. Hazard identification and assessment
    Hazard identification and risk assessments are done to promote awareness of hazards and risk, identify who are affected, and determine how serious these effects are. Identifying a hazard means anything that can cause harm (e.g., chemicals, ladders, etc.) while risk assessments identify the likelihood that someone will be harmed by the identified hazard. Below are a few inspections designed to curb the occurrence of incidents due to workplace hazards.

    • Risk assessment
    • Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
    • Site-specific hazard identifications
  3. Hazard control
    Hazards identified during inspection and assessment are then controlled through set methods, techniques, procedures, and actions. Hazard controls applied vary depending on hazard type, but they can either be any of the below according to the Hierarchy of Controls:

    • Elimination or substitution
    • Engineering controls
    • Administrative controls
    • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  4. Training
    Occupational health and safety legislation requires employers to provide employees adequate training in the health and safety aspects of their jobs. When employees receive proper training, hazards and risks caused by human errors are minimized, along with work-related injuries and accidents.
  5. Emergency response
    A response plan refers to the methods, techniques, procedures, and actions that an organization has put in place in response to potential emergency situations (e.g., medical emergencies, fires, explosions, etc.) Having contingency plans for any emergency helps in proper management of life-threatening situations and minimizes downtime and damage.
  6. Incident reporting and investigation
    Reporting and investigation of an incident should be completed at the soonest possible time. Documentation of such incidents are analyzed to identify trends and requirements that will help prevent recurrence of similar or worse incidents in the future. Data from these investigations also contribute to identifying problem areas so that corrections and improvements can be made.
  7. Corporate Communication
    Management has a legal obligation to effectively communicate health and safety practices to employees. Effective communication ensures that employees understand policies, procedures, and the requirements to perform their jobs safely. Doing so not only minimizes the likelihood of injuries and illnesses but also improves performance. Communication lines are kept open through general meetings; joint workplace health and safety meetings; and informal conversations between supervisors and their employees, contractors, and subcontractors. Effective communication can support and monitor HSMS (Health and Safety Management System) through regular evaluation and proper recordkeeping. Evaluation is done either through audits, assessments, or corrective actions.

Implementing and managing health and safety in the organization doesn’t necessarily have to be complicated, costly, and time-consuming. The process can be simplified with a health and safety software that supports the elements discussed above.

iAuditor is a mobile inspection app that supports health and safety initiatives throughout different industries. Discover how iAuditor has enabled these leading brands in safety and quality:

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