A Taste of SafetyBase  © Getting to know the basic functions
Your quick tour:  This tutorial gives you simple directions for exploring the main features available to you in SafetyBase.
To log in:  (Ask us for a trial account (09) 535 4355 if you wish to do this “on line”) - In your browser address bar, ent...
Dashboard:  Your Home Page is the “Dashboard”. This is a summary of current health and safety information.
Dashboard:  - You can filter information on the Dashboard by your locations. - The Consultative Agenda keeps Tasks for Saf...
Dashboard:  Click “Accidents reported, any location, any date”.  - You will see a tabulated report. There is only one acci...
Dashboard:  - There are 5 days lost showing on the summary.  This data is generated  by Accident Reports. - There are two ...
Safety files: Example, Accident Report Click  5. Accidents and Incidents  in the green list, then  Accident/Incident Repor...
Safety files: Example, Accident Report Scroll down the Accident Report till you find the blue bars. - Under Tasks, one has...
Safety files: Example, Accident Report  - “Related Documents” is for attaching documents  relevant to this file. Click the...
Safety files: Example, Accident Report  - Related People is a great place to develop employee safety history.  Here, Tom S...
People Safety History: - Scroll up and click People - Click on Tom Smith.  A page showing all Tom’s history displays.
People Safety History: - So far, Tom has history as an Injured Person for the previous Accident Report.  - This page devel...
Your quick tour:  This ends the introductory tour. SafetyBase has much, much more. You may be interested in how it can be ...
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  1. 1. A Taste of SafetyBase © Getting to know the basic functions
  2. 2. Your quick tour: This tutorial gives you simple directions for exploring the main features available to you in SafetyBase.
  3. 3. To log in: (Ask us for a trial account (09) 535 4355 if you wish to do this “on line”) - In your browser address bar, enter www.safetybase.co.nz - When the login box displays, enter your e-mail address as User Name and your first name as Password. Click “Enter”
  4. 4. Dashboard: Your Home Page is the “Dashboard”. This is a summary of current health and safety information.
  5. 5. Dashboard: - You can filter information on the Dashboard by your locations. - The Consultative Agenda keeps Tasks for Safety Committee discussion.
  6. 6. Dashboard: Click “Accidents reported, any location, any date”. - You will see a tabulated report. There is only one accident to date. You can add one later and the report will show it. - Click “Dashboard” again, or use the back button in your browser to return to this page.
  7. 7. Dashboard: - There are 5 days lost showing on the summary. This data is generated by Accident Reports. - There are two files showing as open. These may be of concern to the Administrator.
  8. 8. Safety files: Example, Accident Report Click 5. Accidents and Incidents in the green list, then Accident/Incident Reports. - A brief summary screen appears with one report to date. - Click on the unique report number AC1-00001 to see the accident report.
  9. 9. Safety files: Example, Accident Report Scroll down the Accident Report till you find the blue bars. - Under Tasks, one has been created. You may already have received an e-mail. - Below is the Recurring Tasks box. You can set regular reminders here.
  10. 10. Safety files: Example, Accident Report - “Related Documents” is for attaching documents relevant to this file. Click the file name to view it. (You may have to use the back button to return to this screen). - “Related Files” is for SafetyBase files associated with this one. In this example, our Accident Report was linked with the later Accident Investigation.
  11. 11. Safety files: Example, Accident Report - Related People is a great place to develop employee safety history. Here, Tom Smith has been associated with this accident as the Injured Person. - Time Lost only appears in Accident Reports and generates all your lost days data.
  12. 12. People Safety History: - Scroll up and click People - Click on Tom Smith. A page showing all Tom’s history displays.
  13. 13. People Safety History: - So far, Tom has history as an Injured Person for the previous Accident Report. - This page develops safety history for individuals, such as training they attended or provided, hazards they are exposed to, participation in meetings, document ownership, registration as contractors etc.
  14. 14. Your quick tour: This ends the introductory tour. SafetyBase has much, much more. You may be interested in how it can be customised, how security levels and admin work, or how it organises Tasks. Call + 64 (09) 535 4355 or e-mail [email_address]

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