Accidents happen, there is no avoiding that. Negligence, exhaustion, being distracted on the job site and yes, at times, alcohol and drug consumption, or even simple bad luck, can all lead to an accident occurring on your job site.
Workplace health and safety conditions have improved greatly over the past few decades but too many workers remain at serious risk of injury, illness or death on the work site due to non-adherence to the standards.
On a job site accidents are not only expected but unfortunately also commonplace. This does not mean that we need to accept them as a fact of life. Accidents cost time, money and even lives. Therefore it is essential that we do everything in our power to reduce their frequency and severity.
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Workplace injuries are commonplace and unavoidable. Every year, in the US, workers compensation costs adds up to over $60 billion in most disabling, non-fatal work place injuries. Out of that, more than 80% of those accidents are caused by 10 most common-place work accidents.
Workplace injuries are commonplace and unavoidable. By knowing what the most common accidents are, you can prevent your company from being a part of the statistics.
Companies around the world are frequently tapping into mobile applications in order to monitor construction projects and keep up with the latest safety guidelines. Mobile apps can help your company take a proactive approach to worksite safety.
Don’t wait for a work site incident to cause an injury, illness, or expensive damage to property. Experts say companies need to record near misses because doing so will prevent actual safety incidents in the future.
GPS locations are great for determining precise locations but they don’t mean much for field workers who need to communicate where an incident happened, help direct support teams to the right place or quickly find an incident by a specific detail.
1st Incident Reporting now has a walkthrough so you can get to know the application on your own. Upon logging into the application, new users will get a pop-up on their screen prompting them to begin the walkthrough.