A safety-first culture necessitates that stakeholders have easy and convenient access to safety resources. Their safety should not be jeopardized by poorly disseminated updates across the shop floor.
Our digital platform provides a resource center where workers can comb through safety sheets with a minimal time lag – using search tabs and rich keyword filters – and proactively prepare to better handle hazardous situations.
Also, updates to safety procedures can be shared in real-time for assimilation and enterprise-wide compliance with OSHA and globally recognized standards.
No matter how water-tight an accident prevention strategy appears, simple probability suggests that an accident (or a near-miss) will occur at some point. When this happens, you want to be promptly notified so that you can affect corrective measures and forestall a reoccurrence in the future.
The simplicity and convenience of our Connected Worker platform foster a near-miss reporting culture – allowing workers to fill in reports from their mobile devices anywhere and at any time. It supports the attachment of images, videos, and supplementary
descriptions for an in-depth reporting of the accident or near-miss.
This holistic information enables management teams to rapidly assign corrective measures and guide them through close.
Storing critical safety data on paper poses many challenges. Paper can be destroyed, lost, or have its content invalidated over time. Such a scenario, affects the factory’s ability to gain valuable insight into accident trends, prepare for safety audits, or tailor worker on-boarding/safety training using real-life scenarios.
Maximl’s Connected Worker solution enables a centralized and cloud-based knowledge center which remedies all the aforementioned issues. It is resilient and can safely store information regrading pending audits, training, or referrals.
Digitizing safety reports makes it easy to analyze the trends and fine-tune the accident prevention strategy by comparing corrective measures vis-á-vis the initial accidents.
Asst. Manager, Civil Maint, BPCL (MR)
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