Secure report logging
Multiple user access levels
Full audit trail
Although the rate of injuries as a result of workplace accidents and incidents is currently on a long-term downward trend, tens of millions of working days are still lost every year as the result of poorly managed safety standards and workplace mishaps. Smartlog® is Accident Reporting software that provides a platform for recording all workplace accidents and incidents – from dangerous near-misses to incidents that result in a fatality.
The law mandates that every employer with 10 or more employees must keep a ‘readily accessible’ logbook for work-related accidents and incidents – The Social Security (Claims and Payments) Regulations 1979.
Entries must also be preserved for a minimum of 3 years.
Why should you choose Smartlog®?
Safesmart have been providing Accident Reporting software & services for over 20 years, and using our experience and knowledge, we also provide health & safety advice and Smartlog® support for our clients whenever it is needed — at no additional cost.
Accident Reporting software like Smartlog® provides all your employees with a central platform where they can quickly report incidents as soon as they happen. Using the Smartlog app on any handheld device, supporting photos can also be taken, uploaded and attached to reports in real-time.
Detailed visual reporting also allows you to analyse incidents, identify patterns or problem areas, and make necessary – and potentially life-saving adjustments.
Yes it is – depending on the size of your organisation.
The Social Security (Claims and Payments) Regulations 1979 says that every employer with 10 or more employees “must keep readily accessible a means (whether in a book or books or by electronic means)”.
According to the HSE, records must be kept for:
■ Any work-related incidents that cause death, diagnosed occupational diseases, injuries and near-misses,
■ All work-related injury that results in a worker being unable to do their full range of normal duties for more than 3 consecutive days (including weekends).
RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013) is the law that requires the ‘Responsible Person’ in an organisation to report the following to the HSE:
■ Any work-related incidents that cause death, diagnosed occupational diseases, ‘specified’ injuries and ‘dangerous’ near-misses — more information about what qualifies for a RIDDOR report can be found here.
■ All work-related injury that results in a worker being unable to do their full range of normal duties for more than 7 consecutive days (including weekends).