Incident Management Account
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that roughly 4 to 6 thousand workplace fatalities and
3.9 to 4.5 million nonfatal injuries and illnesses occur each year in the United States.
Employers who fail to maintain up-to-date and accurate records may find themselves facing
citations and fines. Paper-based recordkeeping is costly and cumbersome, and sifting through
file cabinets, folders, binders and spreadsheets is difficult and time-consuming.
Our powerful Incident Management Account enables you to centralize all of your incident
data into one easy-to-use system, giving you a company-wide view of all your recordable and
near-miss cases. You can leverage the system’s analytics to identify hazardous trends and
proactively implement corrective actions, which can ultimately prevent accidents.
We’ve integrated the often disparate processes of Incident Notification, Case Management and
Recordkeeping, and Followup into a single collaborative, on-demand application.
Our Incident Management Account provides a number of features that help you promote
broader safety participation across your organization. Our customizable Web-based Incident
Notification Form provides employees with a simple tool to quickly notify you, supervisors or
other key safety personnel of an incident. This speeds up the process of documenting cases
and creates a culture of broader safety awareness.
Case Management & Recordkeeping
Our built-in Case Manager provides a single place to record, manage and track all of your workplace
incidents in order to streamline compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1904 reporting requirements. Here
you can easily create, search, view and update cases.
A simple 4-Step Case Creation Guide walks you through the process of recording cases for any
workplace occurrence so that you can consolidate and manage all of your cases in one place. You
can attach related files (images, videos, notes, accident reports, etc.) to a case for a single
At-a-glance icons appear for cases that are deemed OSHA recordable based on the case type and other
incident details, ensuring you have entered all the required incident information for filling
out the appropriate OSHA Forms.
What’s more, once you’ve entered the case information, you can quickly and easily generate OSHA
Forms 300, 300A and 301, Sharps Injury Logs, First Notification Worksheets, etc. – all with a simple
click of a button.
The application’s powerful analytics provide in-depth risk and root-cause analyses to help you
better understand trends, identify high-risk and unsafe working conditions, and measure the
performance of your safety initiatives.
At the same time, built in corrective-action management workflow allows you to easily flag and
assign corrective measures for each case and schedule follow-up dates that can automatically be
populated into the system’s built-in Safety Calendar or into your Outlook calendar.
Reporting tools let you generate easy-to-read charts and spreadsheets, which you can export and
distribute to key safety-team personnel. Our unique safety-team interface allows employees to
view — in a read-only format — departmental cases (with sensitive employee information suppressed),
and trend information. This gives your employees a better understanding of the root causes for specific
incidents as well as the risks associated with near misses.
When you’re armed with better information, you can significantly impact your bottom line by
improving productivity, lowering workers’ compensation claims and reducing the risk of non-
compliance. All of this adds up to a safer, more productive work environment for your employees,
and ultimately, provides a path toward zero incidents in your workplace.
Call Us Toll-Free Now: 1.888.362.2007. One of our compliance experts
will assist you in creating a solution to meet your compliance needs. Outside the US, dial 1.312.881.2000.
Put your company on a path toward zero incidents
Quickly identify safety risks and hazard trends in the workplace
Simplify OSHA I2P2 compliance
More effectively push safety initiatives through your entire organization
Eliminate disparate and redundant paper-based recordkeeping processes
Lower costs associated with accidents and employee incidents
Save time and money in meeting OSHA compliance requirements