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The Incidents Module allows you to report incidents and hazards with ease

Incident or accidents reporting is extremely time-sensitive, and our Incidents module lets you avoid delays while tracking the process every step of the way. 

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Fully Automated Reporting

Say goodbye to slow and ineffective manual reporting

  1. Report incidents or accidents immediately to the relevant people using the mobile app
  2. The configurable investigation process allows you to attach images, risk assessments and other documents
  3. Decrease time spent between an incident and closing an investigation, reducing the chance of reoccurrence
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Mobile Reporting

Combat under-reporting of incidents using our Engage app 

  1. Use the app to report incidents or accidents on-the-go 
  2. Attach images and accurate location data to your report 
  3. The app can be used online or offline, synching when a wi-fi or data connection is available

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Know what is happening at every stage of the reporting process

  1. Create sign off workflows based on your need
  2. Add pictures, documents, actions and notes at any point of the investigation process, recording each action that was taken
  3. Detailed investigation elements support you and your team with root cause analysis and investigation management.
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Increased Engagement

Develop a positive workplace safety and reporting culture 

  1. Automated acknowledgements let employees know that incident and accidents reports have been received 
  2. Fully configurable forms let you standardise incident reporting for everyone 
  3. Capturing events quickly and easily encourages employee participation and positive behaviour


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Reporting & Analytics

See your full workflow, from the incident occurrence to closing

  1. Easily view Incident and accident reporting for your entire organisation using the Engage EHS Live Insights Dashboard
  2. These dashboards bring your information to life with dynamic visuals, graphs and charts
  3. Sort incident or accidents data by site, status, group and type, among other criteria 
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Safety Connected

The Incidents management module connects with other core modules in the following ways: 

  1. Training Management Software: Quickly see who has received what training when an incident occurs 

  2. Risk Assessment Software: Check whether risk assessments need to be reviewed following an incident 

  3. Plant Management Software: Check whether certifications are up-to-date 
  4. Organisation Chart: Quickly see who is involved in an incident or an accident, who they report to and where they are 
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Kiosk Web App

Give your selected users frictionless login and reporting of Incidents with Kiosk

  1. Use Name, Email Address, Phone Number or Staff ID to login - no passwords to remember!
  2. Streamlined Incident reporting forms - report and walk away
  3. Secure reporting - you select the users that can utilise the Kiosk, no access for those you haven't authorised
Key features

Key Features

  • Fully Configurable

    Fully user configurable, incident forms can be created and tailored by you to match your specific incident types.

  • Easily Track Process

    Add pictures, documents, actions and notes at any point of the incident tracking process

  • Detailed Investigation

    Detailed investigation elements to get to the root cause of an incident

  • Email Notification

    Instant email notification of reported incidents to key administrators

  • Module Integration

    Incorporate Training, Risk & Plant records into investigation reports, streamlining reporting and saving you time


    Send Incident reports directly via RIDDOR

  • Download Reports

    PDF & CSV copies of all Incident reports available to download and print if required

  • Reports & KPI’s

    Instant detailed Reports & KPIs to track statistics, gauge and measure for improvement

  • Kiosk

    Frictionless login for selected users - no more passwords to remember

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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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People Also Asked

What is an incident report?

Incident reporting and hazard spotting are cornerstones of health and safety. Incident reports are a record of facts relating to an incident, accident or near-miss that has occurred in the workplace.

While the content of incident reports is quite standard, they can still present challenges for organisations. Issues such as under-reporting, reporting delays and difficulty tracking investigations mean that accurate incident data cannot be collected. More importantly, it can lead to increased risks for employees.

How should I report an incident at work?

The below is an outline of the 4 main stages to reporting a workplace incident:

1. Response - Employees should inform their manager as soon as an incident occurs. A manager's first responsibility is to see that proper medical treatment is provided. Also, if the hazard still exists, the manager needs to immediately eliminate it.

2. Investigate - Once the response has been completed, a thorough on-site incident investigation should take place by an investigation team. This should take place quickly after the incident so those affected still have the situation fresh in their mind.

3. Analyse - After determining how an incident took place, it’s important to analyse the situation and identify the root cause. This is necessary for developing an effective plan of action for control. It’s important to identify primary, secondary and other contributing causes.

4. Action – Post analysis, it’s important to recommend corrective actions that might include immediate corrective action, as well as long-term corrective actions such as employee training, preventative activities, evaluation of job procedures and hazard analysis.

What is incident reporting software?

Incident reporting software enables incident & hazard tracking for employers and employees, via the use of technology. This technology allows for systemic tracking, resulting in a succinct and precise of incident reporting. A major benefit of incident reporting software is the ability to report on incidents in real time, which allows you to avoid unnecessary delays and track the process in each step.

How do you manage online incident investigation?

An incident reporting management system allows organisations to manage their incident investigations through an online portal. This gives full traceability to the safety team and allows the user to add pictures, documents, actions and notes at any point of the investigation process, recording each action that was taken. Detailed investigation elements support your safety team with root cause analysis

Why incident investigation, reporting and tracking important?

Once an incident has been reported, the next hurdle is tracking any investigations or actions that arise from it. Paper-based reporting systems rely on you inputting any changes or notes manually, with no clear timeline or record of who has done what. Root cause analysis is also made more difficult as you chase up individual reports, hazard records and risk assessments.

A system that promotes traceability will let you keep track of the whole investigation process.

What is the difference between incident and accident?

Incidents are also sometimes known as "near misses". Both accidents and incidents are unplanned, and both can result in damage of places or things, however, only accidents can cause injury or illness. To sum up; all accidents are incidents, but not all incidents are accidents.

Why is it important to report incidents in the workplace?

Incident reporting is a crucial element of health and safety within a workplace. Reporting on incidents as they occur and therefore being able to restore services back as quickly as possible. This enables real time control of any unplanned interruptions going forward.

How can I get employees to report accidents and incidents in work?

Getting your employees engaged with the incident reporting process can lead to a positive workplace safety culture. Here's how incident reporting systems can help:

- Users receive automatic acknowledgements when they report an incident, letting them know the information has been logged.
- The Incident Module lets you bring clarity and structure to reporting in your organisation through fully configurable forms
- Capturing hazards quickly and easily on mobile encourages employee participation and positive behaviour.

What are the benefits of using an online incident reporting management system?

- Users can report incidents in real time to the relevant people using the Engage mobile app
- With a fully configurable reporting process, users can attach documents such as risk assessments, images, and training records to incident reports
- The time from incident reporting to closing an investigation is shortened, helping to reduce the chances of reoccurrence.

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