Meaningful
Safety Inspections

Whether you’re in the process of building your Safety program from the ground up, or you’re simply browsing ideas for making your existing Safety program even more awesome, Safety Indicators can help.

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Best Practices for Safety Inspections

Safety inspections, done well, lower workplace injuries. There is a direct correlation between increasing the number of Safety inspections and lowering the number of Safety incidents. Simply performing more inspections, however, is not enough. Safety Indicators is built on the idea that to having meaningful inspections that impact your Safety Culture is doing the following things well:

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Part One

Easily Capture and Classify the Data You Need.

Early Stages

ARE YOU OVERWHELMED?

If you’re in the early stages of developing your safety program, you might be a bit overwhelmed. Or maybe you’re just looking for a way to get your arms around where to begin and how to best manage it all. Who is even doing inspections, and how frequently? Are the available metrics being skewed? Are we even looking at the right metrics for us? Is everyone properly trained? Is there a high-risk hazard hiding out there?

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Get Organized

YOUR DATA SHOULD HELP YOU.

You only get real value out of inspections when the data helps identify and mitigate hazards and safety related risks, so let’s start with determining what information you actually need to support this goal. Then we can make capturing and classifying as convenient as possible. Safety Indicators allows you to organize and transfer your inspections into our system, which is available on your team’s phones.

Part Two

Provide Stakeholders with Useful Analytics.

Get The Datasets That Are Actually Helpful

You’ve reached a point where your safety program is fairly mature, and you’re now looking for a flexible platform that can improve decision-making now and for years to come. You need one that refines the accumulated data and delivers useful information through real-time metrics, automated reporting, and distribution.

Regardless of where you’re at in your program, Safety Indicators is a great tool for automating this time-consuming data curation process, so you can focus on asking the right questions.

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What is behind our procedure violations trending up?

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How many related inspections were performed prior to any incident?

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Are our training methodologies effective?

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Part Three

Easily Communicate and Track the Status of Corrective Actions.

Take Action

Have a system that works for YOU.

Once you’ve identified the corrective actions that need to be taken, having a system in place to communicate the status of these actions is vital. Being able to create, track, and close action items is vital to ensuring that, at the end of the day, your organization has done its utmost to provide a safe working environment and sending everyone home without injury.

Safety Indicators not only provides that visibility that ensures accountability from all participants, but it also facilitates communication across parties in an easy way.

When corrective actions are identified, an alert will be sent to those responsible for making the correction and those responsible for ensuring closure. Once new items are generated, they will appear on status reports or on dashboards for those with permission. There are a lot of options for tailoring this process, so we can configure a system that works exactly how you need it to.

Regardless of where you’re at with your safety program, Safety Indicators can help.

To learn more, let’s have a conversation. Give us a call at 1300-174-886 or fill out the form to request a consultation.


To learn more, let’s have a conversation. Give us a call at 1-833-723-3938 or fill out the form to request a consultation.

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