Saturday, 29 January 2011

TIRA v2.00.04 Released

Improvement in the error message offered if the user attempts to use the same risk assessment number twice.

System now displays the duplicated risk assessment number within the error message and then returns the focus to the risk assessment unique ID field so users can make amends...

Applicable to all risk assessment modules.

Thursday, 20 January 2011

AIM v2.00 Released


On Safe Lines is pleased to announce the release of AIM v2.00 our Accident and Investigation Management system. This is a product enhancement and it is not necessary to upgrade.


1. Stats and Percentage from a variety of criteria such as;

a. By Date Range
b. By Accident Category
c. By Employees
d. By Grades
e. By Location
f. By Reports To
g. By Number of Percent

This data can then be exported to Pdf or Xps for reports, or to Excel for further trend analysis

2. Automatic screen resolution detection to adjust input forms etc to match the users monitor (turned on via log-in screen)

Friday, 14 January 2011

TIRA version 2.00.03

Improvement to the Risk Assessment List forms has been made to capture Risk Assessment that may not have had all core data entered on initial creation of the record.

Example: You start to create a DSE risk assessment, you enter the unique reference number and perhaps the location but for some reason you close the record before entering the user's name (maybe to check you have the correct spelling for the individuals name). Previously, you would have needed all three of these core pieces of information before the record would appear in the search list box (although the filter form would have found the record). The list boxes will now show data provided at least one piece of core data has been entered.

This applies to all Risk Modules.

Tuesday, 11 January 2011

TIRA G-Lite has been discontinued...

Version TIRA G-Lite has been discontinued...

It has been decided that TIRA will have just two versions, standard and the soon to be released pro version.

All the new features included in the G-Lite version such as record duplication, spell checking, tier access, etc. have been introduced into the newly launched version 2 of TIRA (standard edition).

Sunday, 9 January 2011

TIRA version 2.00.02

A problem with the print preview button in the general risk assessment module has been identified.

Version 2.00.02 has fixed this issue

TIRA - Blank Input Screen

When in read-only mode if there is no data to be pulled from the table TIRA will not display any fields. This is normal behavour in read only mode.

Friday, 7 January 2011

TIRA 2.00.01 Released

A problem in the recent release of TIRA v2.00 DSE module has been identified.

Version 2.00.01 has been released to resolve this issue.

The latest update can be download by following the links on our software page

Thursday, 6 January 2011

TIRA Version 2 Released

TIRA Standard (Task Inventory and Risk Assessments) – Version 2.00 Released

Work on version 2 of TIRA (Standard edition) is complete.
Enhancements include;

1. Duplicate complete records (which will allow you to create template risk assessments for quickly replicating and amending to suit)
2. Read Only or Read Write access
3. Spell Checking on all memo fields (ability to add words to users own dictionary)
4. Automatic screen resolution adjustments (to match the display screen monitor being used)
5. Export reports to Pdf or Xps
6. New backend file linking routine to assist in moving or networking TIRA’s data files

Plus a few other minor changes to improve the overall programme functionality.

BEFORE UPDATING PLEASE READ THIS - Failure to follow these instructions could result in your data being lost.

Backup your data up first…

Those users that have not inputted any records simply uninstall previous version and install version 2.00

Those users that have data inputted into TIRA

Copy TIRA’s data file (not the GUI file) to a safe location (i.e. file TIRA_be.accdb). Uninstall the previous version and install version 2.00. Now delete the “newly installed” TIRA_be.accdb normally located in “C:\TIRA\Data” and replace it with the copy you saved earlier. PLEASE ENSURE YOU GET THIS THE RIGHT WAY ROUND.

Those users that have moved TIRA from its default installation directory will need to amend this instruction to suit their own arrangements, it in doubt ask your IT support.

Please follow the link on On Safe Lines download page to obtain your free upgrade.

TIRA v2.00 is trailware not freeware and some users my wish to remain with the old version.