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Best Incident Reporting Software

Best Incident Reporting Software

What should you look for when choosing Incident Reporting Software for your business?

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Choosing the right incident reporting software takes thought—and like most strategic business decisions, it pays to get it right the first time.

Here are a few of the most important features and capabilities to look for in choosing an incident management solution and a vendor you trust:

Why choose Engage EHS over other software providers?

Social -  Transforms how employees engage with EHS andincident reporting

Integrated - Connects to our Training, Risk Assessment and Plant modules

Award Winning Service - Backed by award winning expertise and customer support

Insights and Reporting - Gain deep understanding of your incident data


Learn more about our software features below:
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Fully Automated Reporting

Automated reporting has changed the way our users are managing their incidents:

  1. Incidents/ accidents are reported immediately to the relevant people
  2. Users can easily attach images, risk assessments and other documents to their report
  3. Chances of reoccurance are reduced as the time spent between reporting an incident and completing an investigation is shortened
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Incident Investigation Tools

Our wide range of incident investigation tools has helped our clients get to the root cause of incidents:

  1. Sign off workflows can be created based on your need
  2. Pictures, documents, actions and notes can be added at any point of the investigation process. Each action that is taken is recorded
  3. Detailed investigation elements support our users with root cause analysis and investigation management.
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Mobile Reporting

Our mobile safety app 'Engage' has some of the best incident reporting functionality on the market:

  1. Incidents or accidents can be reported on the go, at any time
  2. Users can attach images and accurate location data to reports 
  3. The app can be used online or offline, synching when a wi-fi or data connection is available
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Market-leading Incident Analytics 

Our Live Insights Dashboard lead the way in incident data visualisation among our competitors:

  1. Easily view Incident and accident reporting for your entire organisation in one place
  2. These dashboards bring your information to life with dynamic visuals, graphs and charts
  3. Data drilldown lets users quickly see the data behind the statistics
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See What Our Clients Say

We currently have a score of 4.7 on software comparison site Capterra!

See what our users really think by reading all of our reviews on Capterras website:

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McAleer & Rushe Case Study

McAleer & Rushe Case Study

McAleer & Rushe worked closely with the Customer Success team in Engage EHS. They took the company’s need to focus on hazard spotting and incident reporting very seriously, and always aimed to support their team as much as possible. The team work between McAller & Rushe and Engage EHS has been one of the greatest benefits.

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"There’s a direct correlation between the numbers of hazards spotted and the reduction in our accidents"
  • Declan McLogan
  • Director of SHEQ at McAleer & Rushe
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What incident management tools are ISO compliant?

Prominent construction company McAleer & Rushe used the Engage mobile safety app to help them achieve ISO 45001 accreditation. The ability to report incidents as they happen enabled McAleer & Rushe to engage employees in health and safety, a core tenant of the ISO 45001 accreditation

How does Engage EHS incident reporting tool work?

The Engage EHS Incident Reporting Software makes reporting incidents fast and simple for your employees. With both desktop and mobile capabilities, incidents can be captured anytime, anywhere. On desktop, simply fill out the incident report form, attaching relevant images, video, risk assessments or training records as needed. Use the mobile app to complete the streamlined incident reporting form, attaching images and accurate location data to your report.

What is Riddor?

RIDDOR puts duties on employers, the self-employed and people in charge of workplaces (the Responsible Person) to report certain grave workspace accidents, occupational illnesses and specified dangerous occurrences (near misses).

What is Riddor compliant incident management?

According to the HSE RIDDOR stands for the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations. This requires employers, or in certain circumstances others who control or manage the premises, to report to the relevant enforcing authority and keep records of: work-related deaths.

What incident reporting system are Riddor compliant?

The Engage EHS incident management software is Riddor compliant. Our system allows businesses to report on accidents, occupational diseases and specified dangerous events in real time.

What is the best incident reporting system?

The best incident reporting software system is the one that is best-fit for your organisation. An organisation with 20 employees in a low risk industry has very different needs than a large organisation with 5000+ employees. For smaller type companies utilising paper and excel may be sufficient. However, for larger organisations it makes sense to utilise a mobile or desktop incident reporting tool to centralise and standardise their incident reporting functionality. There is a number of incident reporting software vendors on the market. Engage EHS allows organisations to report incidents and near-misses/hazards via mobile, simplify investigation process and provide oversight of an organisations incident data with a click of button.

What are the KPI for incident management?

KPIs for incident management are usually the amount of incidents, the average resolvation time, and the average time between hazards. The aim of keeping track of incidents management KPI's is to identify weak areas in processes and systems within an organization. It can help preventing future hazards and reduce the costs associated with them.

Can you measure incident KPIs with software tools?

You can view incident and accident reports for your entire company in the Engage EHS Live Insights Dashboard. These dashboards bring insights to life with dynamic visuals, graphs and charts. You can sort incident or accidents data by site, status, group and type, among other benchmark.

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reduction in the Lost Time Injury rate at Coveris