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The Right Questions To Ask When Considering Construction Safety Software

Posted by Robert O'Neill on Jun 5, 2018 3:09:47 PM

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If you are going to bother adding a Safety Software application to your construction business, you had better make sure it’s going to be about something, the same way that buying your loved one (or friend) a current-model iPad had better be about something.

“Oh, uh, neat. I can watch Netflix in bed easier?”

“Or check your stocks! There’s a stock app—”

“—I don’t own any stock.”

SMS stands for “Safety Management Systems” and construction safety compliance is best managed with Construction Safety Software that allows you to -- you guessed it -- manage your construction safety management system.  If you're running a construction business, you likely need Safety Software. Why? You know that successful construction businesses identify and manage all safety risks that have the possibility to impact on your business objectives. Oh, and there is a fair amount of efficiency that comes from accessing integrated data for multiple purposes. 

But here’s the straight fact: whether your construction company is eight people or eighty, passing notes through an Excel sheet to track those interactions isn’t feasible, because you’re a consistent business with a predictable growth curve for the foreseeable future. That Excel sheet, or whatever system you use to catalogue and analyse your safety processes, is an ugly relic that needs to be left behind.

Sound familiar? Then it’s time for an update. You can taste it in the drinking water. You’re a smart, modern construction business owner, safety professional or site manager and you need an SMS . If you're still on the fence about whether this technology is for you, read on to find out which questions to ask yourself when evaluating your need for construction safety software.

 

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Topics: Safety Management Systems, Safety management system software

How to Write a Safety Management System for Your Business not the Regulator

Posted by Robert O'Neill on Apr 19, 2016 3:40:31 PM

Expressions-4.jpgIt has always been a standard among health and safety management systems to incorporate information on personal protective equipment (PPE), emergency evacuation, and incident reporting.

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Topics: Blog, Safety Management Systems

The Right Questions To Ask When Considering Safety Management Systems Software

Posted by Robert O'Neill on Feb 18, 2016 10:55:15 AM

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If you are going to bother adding a Safety Software application to your business, you had better make sure it’s going to be about something, the same way that buying your loved one (or friend) a current-model iPad had better be about something.

“Oh, uh, neat. I can watch Netflix in bed easier?”

“Or check your stocks! There’s a stock app—”

“—I don’t own any stock. I’m twelve.”

SMS stands for “Safety Management Systems” and it's best managed with Safety Software that allows you to -- you guessed it -- manage your workplace health and safety management systems.  If you're running a business, you likely need SMS Software. Why? You know that successful businesses identify and manage all risks that have the possibility to impact on your business objectives. Oh, and there is a fair amount of efficiency that comes from accessing integrated data for multiple purposes. 

But here’s the straight fact: whether your company is eight people or eighty, passing notes through an Excel sheet to track those interactions isn’t feasible, because you’re a consistent business with a predictable growth curve this year. That Excel sheet, or whatever system you use to catalogue and analyse your safety processes, is an ugly relic that needs to be left behind.

Sound familiar? Then it’s time for an update. You can taste it in the drinking water. You’re a smart, modern business owner, safety professional or manager and you need an SMS . If you're still on the fence about whether this technology is for you, read on to find out which questions to ask yourself when evaluating your need for safety software.

 

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Topics: Safety Management Systems, Safety management system software

Union: Worker Safety At Risk With WA Water Corporation Due To Making Cuts

Posted by Robert O'Neill on Apr 29, 2015 5:35:00 AM

Health And Safety SpecialistAccording to the union, workers’ safety could be at an all-time risk at the Water Corporation with the recent announcement made about a large percentage of its health and safety specialists likely facing termination within the next days.

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Topics: Safety Management Systems

No Formal Qualifications for Safety Officer in Canberra Workplace Death

Posted by Robert O'Neill on Mar 3, 2015 3:35:00 AM

Safety SignsForty-eight-year-old Michael Booth died in March 2012 when his tip truck accidentally hit overhead power lines that were carrying more than 11,000 volts while he was working on unloading gravel in one area at a Turner worksite.

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Topics: Safety Management Systems