Safety Software that does what spreadsheets won’t

(without the complexity of a large EHS system)


Safety 101 helps you proactively manage your safety program:

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Employee Safety Kiosk

Provide employees an easy way to share safety ideas and report observed hazards — anonymously if desired.

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Capture Safety Information in One Place

Access safety information for all locations in real time and promote a consistent approach to safety across your organization.

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Alerts & Reminders

Email alerts and follow-up reminders ensure incident investigations are completed, corrective actions are implemented, periodic audits are performed, employee input is shared, etc.

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Incident Tracking

Capture safety incidents, record safety investigations, assign and implement corrective actions, schedule periodic audits and log non-work injuries

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Reports for Safety Meetings, KPIs, Trends

Incident summary (by type, date range), safety KPIs, incident rate & DART, incident breakdown and more…

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Employee Safety History

Access employee safety history anytime (safety incidents, work restrictions and non-work injuries).

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Track Work Restrictions

Provide supervisors a daily work restriction report and follow-up reminders.

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Generate 300 OSHA Injury Forms

Incident Form 301, Log Form 300 and Summary Form 300A.  Electronically submit your 300A directly to OHSA. Handles privacy concern cases if necessary.

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Attach Pictures and Documents

Available on safety incidents, work restrictions and non-work injuries.

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