Taking the Pain out of Injury &
Illness Reporting
Ensuring incident forms are accurate and completed on time is a
challeng...
Topics Covered Include:
 How to develop a streamlined, automated process for documenting and reporting
near misses, injur...
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Intelex Webinar: Taking Pain out of Injury & Illness Reporting

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Ensuring incident forms are accurate and completed on time is a challenging process for any business. Yet, in order to avoid fines, reduce the chance of costly lawsuits, and stabilize insurance premiums – not to mention proactively mitigate the occurrence of incidents in the future – it is imperative companies stay on top of incident reporting requirements.

In this free 30-minute webinar you will learn how to never miss an incident-related requirement and how companies leverage Intelex’s revolutionary Incident Management application to effortlessly track and report on incidents and boost safety performance.

Access the full Webinar here :
http://bit.ly/1soz91k





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Intelex Webinar: Taking Pain out of Injury & Illness Reporting

  1. 1. Taking the Pain out of Injury & Illness Reporting Ensuring incident forms are accurate and completed on time is a challenging process for any business. Yet, in order to avoid fines, reduce the chance of costly lawsuits, and stabilize insurance premiums – not to mention proactively mitigate the occurrence of incidents in the future – it is imperative companies stay on top of incident reporting requirements.
  2. 2. Topics Covered Include:  How to develop a streamlined, automated process for documenting and reporting near misses, injuries and recordable incidents.  Automating the creation of injury and illness forms specifically for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB), and other regional regulatory bodies around the world.  Proactively measure and track all important safety metrics to minimize the likelihood of injuries and recordable incidents in the future, thereby improving safety performance and reducing safety-related costs.

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