Solution 1:

Solution Details:
- Hand over safety tasks like inspections, safety observations and toolbox talks to any employee.
- ABC discount: five free premium accounts
- Mobile app capability Y
- Work offline Y
- Deployment support Y

Supported STEP Components:

L3. Safety Responsibilities

C1. Employee Participation

P9. Recordkeeping and Documentation

Tips and Tricks

BBS programSupported Step Components:

C7. Behavior-Based Safety (BBS) (a process that informs management and employees of the overall safety of the workplace through safety observations. BBS is intended to focus workers' attention on their own and their peers' daily safety behavior.)

C1. Employee Participation
Digitizing Safety Management Supported Step Components:

P6. Toolbox Safety Talks (brief workplace safety training sessions (“talks”) that are conducted at the worksite. These safety talks are typically conducted by the site supervisor, foreman, safety supervisor, or senior employee.)

C1. Employee Participation (workers are involved in establishing, operating, evaluating, and improving the safety and health program)

P3. Emergency response/fire elimination plan
Good catch / hazard reporting program Supported Step Components:

C1. Employee Participation C1. Employee Participation.(Opportunities for employees to participate in safety processes, such as safety surveys, hazard reporting, incident investigation, safety instruction, toolbox talks, policy development, auditing, new hire mentoring, committees, job safety analysis development, pre-planning, etc.)

P9. Recordkeeping and Documentation (of all safety-related activities or policies)

L3. Safety Responsibilities (Defined for employees and specialty contractors, with expectations regarding hazard and injury reporting, PPE use, policy compliance and all aspects of the owner’s / GC’s safety program)
Incident / Near Miss reporting & investigation Supported Step Components:

P1. Incident investigation (process of a process of systematic collection and analysis of information relating to an incident that led to injury or property loss. Investigations are conducted to identify the root cause of an incident in an effort to make recommendations or take corrective actions to prevent the future occurrence of the same or a similar event.)

P9. Recordkeeping and Documentation

R1. Leading Indicators

R2. Trailing Indicators

Safety inspections, audits, digital forms and checklists Supported Step Components:

P7. Safety Inspections

P9. Recordkeeping and Documentation
Safety performance dashboard Supported Step Components:

R1. Leading Indicators (safety performance metrics that are pre-incident/injury related)

R2. Trailing Indicators (safety performance metrics that are post-incident/injury related)

L5. Safety Program Performance Review (recurring management review of safety program against defined performance criteria, with a focus on continuous process improvement)
Safety training content delivery Supported Step Components:

C6. Employee Safety Training

C8. Supervisor Safety Training

C5. New Hire Safety Orientation

P3. Emergency response/fire elimination plan
Track quals and training Supported Step Components:

P9. Recordkeeping and Documentation

C6. Employee Safety Training

C5. New Hire Safety Orientation

“Safesite helps us efficiently and effectively identify and communicate hazards to the supervisors in the field, while giving us the ability to verify and track corrective actions. The customizable templates coupled with the detailed analytics allow us to focus on the jobsites and hazards with the highest amount of risk.”

—Kasey Wiesin, MarketOne Builders

“You can quickly access hazards reporting and log the situation with a couple clicks. You can view hazards in the dashboard for a breakdown by percent corrected, risk assessment, severity, location on project, root cause, reporting personnel, hazards per day and others. It’s an excellent in-depth tracking tool for hazards; during implementation, spend time focused on this specific report. The amount of information gathered can discourage employees from reporting when they don’t understand the value. I would give it four stars. It works offline and syncs to a dashboard when back online; it also has weekly user/admin webinars for deployment with great customer service.”

—Marshall Pancoast, Walker Construction Inc.

Good Catch/Hazard Reporting Program

Technology solutions that provide employees with the ability to report hazards and good catches, making that information available in real time to improve and maintain overall safety of workers and people in the vicinity.