Showing posts with label Health and Safety. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Health and Safety. Show all posts

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

#OnSafeLines releases version 7.1 of our OH&S Risk Assessment Management Software TIRA



TIRA just got even better...
v7.1 of TIRA: our 'One Stop Shop' Occupational Health & Safety Management software update includes:
New section added to main menu for risk assessment safety briefing records, includes;
 
 
 
 
4 new forms for risk assessment briefings:
1. By Individual,
2. By Location,
3. By Grade,
4. By Team:
14 new reports to support the new risk assessment briefings.
Embedded SRP registration system updated to v1.05
Note: TIRA as a occupational health and safety management system will help companies wishing to seek accreditation to the new safety management standard ISO 45001:2018
plus much more...
Click here www.onsafelines.com/affordable-qhse-business-software.html to go to our software download page

Monday, 9 April 2018

#OnSafeLines QHSE Software releases v7 of our Task Inventory and Risk Assessment software #TIRA.










v7 of TIRA: our 'One Stop Shop' Occupational Health & Safety Management software update includes:

'* Additional to PDF & XPS you can now export reports in XLS, XLM, TXT, RTF, & HTML formats.
'* Option to directly Email reports as attachements
'* User forms redesigned and optimized
'* Additional Reports
'* Explode out actions and concerns to assist data input
'* Text boxes automatically expand when forms resized / maximized to assist data input

Note: TIRA as a occupational health and safety management system will help companies wishing to seek accreditation to the new safety management standard ISO 45001:2018

Existing users of TIRA can upgrade to v7 at a massive 66.6% loyalty discount, click <here>.

Note: TIRA v7 will not effect previous installations.
Click <here> to go to our software download page




Thursday, 13 October 2016

On Safe Lines QHSE Software releases version 7.0.00 of our Accident Investigation & Management software #AIM



#OnSafeLines QHSE Software is pleased to announce the release of version 7.0.00 of our popular Accident Investigation & Management software #AIM.

Summary of v7.0.00 Changes;

'* Several Bar Charts Added
'* Several Pie Charts Added
'* Several Pivot Tables Added
'* 22 new reports added
'* New staff directory list form added to assist searches
'* Improved integration to help file
'* Help file updated
'* Login form updated
'* Relink Reset Code Updated
'* Relink URL Table and Input form added to assist locating data files
'* Number of current records added to Relink form to assist switching from live to test data
'* # Size errors in some reports corrected
'* "Not Specified" added to additionals report fields not completed by user
'* Update to Installer Package
'* Bug in Preset options fixed
'* Social Media icon links added to login form

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Friday, 30 September 2016

On Safe Lines QHSE Software releases v6.3.00 of our Risk Assessment application #TIRA



#OnSafeLines QHSE Software is pleased to announce the release of version 6.3.00 of our popular company occupational health and safety risk assessment software #TIRA


Summary of v6.3.00 Changes;

'* Major Change > Path to data files change to C:\ProgramDate\On Safe Lines QHSE Software
'* Installer setup file updated to new path criteria
'* Relink Reset Code Updated
'* Relink URL Table and Input form added to assist locating data files
'* #Size errors in some reports corrected
'* "Not Specified added to additional report fields not completed by user
'* Color coded warnings addedd to additional report fields not completed by user
'* Better integration of help file
'* Access Assessment report directly for Assessment Input form
'* Record specific link criteria added between main assessment form and print access options
'* Update to Installer Package
'* Bug fix: Print Preview button on Main Input forms loaded forum webpage
'* Bug fix: Print All Reports Not Loading all Reports

Saturday, 23 July 2016

TIRA - Task Inventory and Risk Assessment software v 6-2-03 released



#OnSafeLines QHSE Software is pleased to announce the release of version 6.2.03 of our popular Occupational Health and Safety Risk Management software #TIRA.

Summary of v6.2.03 Changes;

'* Fix Main input form NotInList assessor combo name not transferring to staff form.
'* Trial Period set to 7 day

Sunday, 22 May 2016

Accident Investigation and Management : AIM - v6.2.02 RT10 Released




#OnSafeLines QHSE Software is pleased to announce the release of version 6.2.02 of our popular Occupational Accident Investigation and Management software #AIM.






Summary of v6.2.02 Changes;

Modalur forms opened via main accident input form opened using diasy chain approach.
Bug fix images form opening behind parent form (v6.2.01 only)

https://www.onsafelines.com/aim-home-page.html

Thursday, 25 February 2016

New Release of AIM - Accident Investigation Software

 
 

 
Accident Investigation and Management Software Changes;
 
  • '* Preview accident reports directly from accident list form
  • '* F1 button integrated into specific help file pages
  • '* Security module amended
  • '* Several form level variables moved to global module level
  • '* Trial period expiry conditions amended
  • '* Trial period messages removed from all reports

Tuesday, 9 February 2016

On Safe Lines QHSE Meandering Advice


On Safe Lines QHSE Meandering Advice

This QHSE help file will be developed and updated regularly.  Articles given here are meant to provide a general overview of the subject matter and not intended to provide any authoritative stand-point.


If an employee spends their time isolated within a department, they may  know very little about process flow from order placed, order fulfilment and customer retention... To manage QHSE you need to have a knowledge of a multitude of disciplines and how they interrelate with one another.  

http://www.onsafelines.com/qhse-help.html

 

Wednesday, 3 February 2016

TIRA - Company Task Inventory and Risk Assessment Software


TIRA takes the hard work out of risk assessing and simplifies the risk assessors workload.

TIRA helps the risk assessor complete suitable and sufficient risk assessments the following occupational health and safety risk assessments:




 

  1.  Task Inventory (break the task down)
  2.  Task Based (general risk assessments)
  3.  Display Screen Equipment
  4.  Manual Handling
  5.  Work Equipment
  6.  Workplace
  7.  Hazardous Substances
  8.  Fire
  9.  First Aid
  10.  Personal Protective Equipment

Learn more http://www.onsafelines.com/tira-home-page.html



Free to try QHSE Software Solutions for Businesses

• Health and Safety Risk Assessment Management Software > TIRA Download Page
• Accident at Work Investigation and Management Software > AIM Download Page
• Documented Information Control Management Software > DICS Download Page
• Employee Absenteeism and Sickness Trends Software > SMART Download Page
• First Aid at Work Risk Assessment Management Software > FARM Download Page
• Hazardous Substances Risk Management Software > HAZS Download Page
• Workplace Risk Assessment Management Software > WRAM Download Page
• Work Equipment Risk Assessment Management Software > WERAM Download Page
• Fire Premises Risk Assessment Management Software > FIRE Download Page
• General (Tasked Based) Risk Assessment Management Software > GRAM Download Page

DICS is a Documented Information Control System Software

DICS is a Documented Information Control System designed to meet document control standards. Version 5 updated to more closely align to international standards such as ISO 9001:2015 whereby documents can be controlled in different mediums such as paper, magnetic, electronic, computer storage devices, digital and standard photography i.e. anything capable of holding meaningful data. It allows companies to manage their controlled information processes from the initial review, validation and issuing of a document to the sign-off and any subsequent amendments, updates or withdrawal requests.
 
DICS has been design to manage the following processes: 
  • Indicate approval of documented information adequacy prior to issue
  • Record and update as necessary and re-approve documented information
  • Ensure that changes and the current revision status of documented information are identified
  • Ensure that relevant versions of applicable documented information are available at points of use
  • Ensure that documented information of external origin are identified and their distribution managed
  • Control of obsolete documented information
  • Allow easy auditing of the documented information control system
Learn more http://www.onsafelines.com/dics-home-page.html

Free to try QHSE Software Solutions for Businesses

• Health and Safety Risk Assessment Management Software > TIRA Download Page
• Accident at Work Investigation and Management Software > AIM Download Page
• Documented Information Control Management Software > DICS Download Page
• Employee Absenteeism and Sickness Trends Software > SMART Download Page
• First Aid at Work Risk Assessment Management Software > FARM Download Page
• Hazardous Substances Risk Management Software > HAZS Download Page
• Workplace Risk Assessment Management Software > WRAM Download Page
• Work Equipment Risk Assessment Management Software > WERAM Download Page
• Fire Premises Risk Assessment Management Software > FIRE Download Page
• General (Tasked Based) Risk Assessment Management Software > GRAM Download Page
 
 

Independent editor's review of AIM - Accident Investigation and Management


 



Independent editor's review of AIM carried out by Vladimir Ciobica of www.softpedia.com
Click here to read

 
 
 
 
 
Free to try QHSE Software Solutions for Businesses

• Health and Safety Risk Assessment Management Software > TIRA Download Page
• Accident at Work Investigation and Management Software > AIM Download Page
• Documented Information Control Management Software > DICS Download Page
• Employee Absenteeism and Sickness Trends Software > SMART Download Page
• First Aid at Work Risk Assessment Management Software > FARM Download Page
• Hazardous Substances Risk Management Software > HAZS Download Page
• Workplace Risk Assessment Management Software > WRAM Download Page
• Work Equipment Risk Assessment Management Software > WERAM Download Page
• Fire Premises Risk Assessment Management Software > FIRE Download Page
• General (Tasked Based) Risk Assessment Management Software > GRAM Download Page

Tuesday, 2 February 2016

AIM - New version Workplace Accident Investigation and Management Software Released

Accident Investigation and Management

On Safe Lines QHSE Software is pleased to announce the release of version 6.1.02 of our popular Occupational Accident Investigation and Management software AIM.


http://www.onsafelines.com/aim-home-page.html







Summary of v6.1.00 - 6.1.02 Changes;

v6-1-00  Changes
---------------------
Help file integration updated
fdlg_Staff_Search added (miss off in previous upgrade)
Report margins standardised
Registration massages amended
Improvements to the Attachment input form
Improvements to the links form
Memo editor integration expanded
Spell Checker added to Memo checker
frmDates redesigned to incluced Pie chart section
frmDates section dates section redesigned
3 New Barcharts added
5 New Piecharts added
New quick amend core data navigation form added
Sort A-Z, Z-A button added to core data input forms
SQL to and from date calculation code amended

v6.1.01  Changes
---------------------
frm_Accidents layout amended
auto generate unique ID feacture added
frm_Accidents_Detailed layout amended
form created to check if accident unique numbers previously used
Layout and style of buttons throughout program amended
Several forms, busy icon added to indicate to user program processing user enquiry

v6.1.02  Changes
---------------------
Additional navigation controls added to frm_Accidents
frm_Accidents_Detailed split into separate forms and access integrated into frm_Accidents (tabcontrol removed)
Slight chances to the menu ribbon
Records loading progress bar fixed
Several minor enhancements
Program icon updated
Program version number added to registration message box


Free to try QHSE Software Solutions for Businesses

• Health and Safety Risk Assessment Management Software > TIRA Download Page
• Accident at Work Investigation and Management Software > AIM Download Page
• Documented Information Control Management Software > DICS Download Page
• Employee Absenteeism and Sickness Trends Software > SMART Download Page
• First Aid at Work Risk Assessment Management Software > FARM Download Page
• Hazardous Substances Risk Management Software > HAZS Download Page
• Workplace Risk Assessment Management Software > WRAM Download Page
• Work Equipment Risk Assessment Management Software > WERAM Download Page
• Fire Premises Risk Assessment Management Software > FIRE Download Page
• General (Tasked Based) Risk Assessment Management Software > GRAM Download Page




Saturday, 17 March 2012

CDM Regs FAQ - Work Engagement

Worker engagement

Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007

How do the CDM Regulations encourage better worker engagement?

Regulation 24 places a duty on principal contractors to make and maintain arrangements to enable effective cooperation between all parties on site, and to consult with all workers on site. Consultation means not only giving information to workers, but also listening and taking account of what workers say, before making health and safety decisions. Part of the purpose of consultation is to make sure the measures taken on site to protect workers’ health and safety are effective.

Principal contractors are encouraged to develop a variety of methods of communication and consultation with the workforce to develop collaboration and trust. When matters of concern are raised by workers these should be actioned and feedback given. Evidence that this is happening provides assurance that effective worker engagement is in place.

Involving the workforce in identifying and controlling risks is crucial in preventing accidents. Whether projects are notifiable or not, contractors have a duty in regulation 13 to inform workers of their procedures for stopping work in the event of serious and imminent danger, and to provide training where necessary. This should make sure

workers are willing and able to intervene to prevent an accident sequence developing.

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Thursday, 15 March 2012

CDM Regs FAQ - The plan and the file

The plan and the file

Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007

What is the difference between a construction phase plan and a health and safety file?

The construction phase plan is prepared by the principal contractor, for notifiable projects, to outline the arrangements for managing health and safety on site during construction work.

The health and safety file is prepared or revised by the CDM co-ordinator, for notifiable projects. It will require the CDM co-ordinator to liaise with the client, designers, principal contractor and contractors. The file will contain information necessary for future construction, maintenance, refurbishment or demolition to be carried out safely, and is retained by the client or any future owner of the property. (Where a client gets non-notifiable work done, and a health and safety file already exists for the premises, it should be updated if necessary.) The file should be a useful and valuable document for the client.

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CDM Regs FAQ - Duties of the Principal Contractor

What are the main duties of the principal contractor?

The main duties of the principal contractor are to:

  • plan, manage and monitor the construction phase to make sure, so far as is reasonably practicable, it is carried out without risks to health or safety
  • ensure adequate welfare facilities for those working on the site
  • draw up and implement the site rules as necessary
  • draw up and implement the construction phase health and safety plan
  • provide a suitable site induction and make sure those working on site have received the training they need to carry out the work safely and without risks to health
  • make sure the site is suitably fenced and prevent unauthorised people from entering the site
  • ensure co-operation between those working on the site, and that work is co-ordinated in such a way as to prevent danger
  • ensure suitable arrangements for effective consultation with the workforce
  • ensure the right health and safety information is provided to the right people at the right time

Source HSE

For more information on the Principal contractor click here

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Wednesday, 14 March 2012

CDM Regs FAQ - information on HSE Notification / F10

FAQs relevant to both the electronic and manual F10 forms

When must I complete an F10 form?

You should complete an F10 form when you think you are undertaking a project that will last more than 30 days or involve more than 500 person days. This is a legal requirement under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007. An F10 does not need to be filled in for domestic projects.

What information must I provide to HSE?

The exact information that you must provide to HSE is outlined in Schedule I of Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM) 2007. On both the E-Form and the manual F10 forms, the information you must provide is marked with an asterisk (*).

Source HSE

To read more information on Notification/F10 click here

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Tuesday, 13 March 2012

CDM Regs FAQ - What are the CDM Regulations about?

What are the CDM Regulations about?

The CDM 2007 Regulations are about focusing attention on effective planning and management of construction projects, from design concept onwards. The aim is for health and safety considerations to be treated as a normal part of a project’s development, not an afterthought or bolt-on extra. The object of the CDM 2007 Regulations is to reduce the risk of harm to those that have to build, use, maintain and demolish structures.

Source HSE

To read more on this subject click here

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Monday, 12 March 2012

CDM Regs FAQ - Who are Domestic Clients

Domestic clients

Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007

What is the definition of a domestic client?

The CDM Regulations 2007 define ‘client’ as a person who in the course or furtherance of a business seeks or accepts the services of someone to help carry out a project, or carries out a project themselves. Domestic clients are people who have work done to their own home or the home of a family member (which they live in or will live in), that does not relate to a trade or business, whether for profit or not. Local authorities, housing associations, charities, landlords and other businesses may own domestic property but they are not domestic clients.

Note: See separate questions for property developers and management companies.

It is the status of the person procuring the work that will determine if the Regulations apply, not the nature of the premises. For example, where alterations are carried out on a domestic house to improve disabled access, and that work is procured by a local authority, then the client will be the local authority and CDM client duties will apply, even though the work is being done in domestic premises for the benefit of the householder.

Source HSE

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Sunday, 11 March 2012

CDM Regs FAQ - Designer

Designers

Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007

Am I a designer?

To be a designer you have to be in a trade, business, or undertaking that involves you in preparing designs. In the Regulations the term ’designer’ relates to the function performed, rather than the profession or job title. So, for a construction project there could be ’traditional’ designers, such as architects, structural engineers and civil engineers, a design and build contractor etc. Building services engineers/consultants and quantity surveyors etc are also designers. You will also be a designer if you prepare drawings, specifications and bills of quantities.

Source HSE For information on CDM Regs and who is a designer click here

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CDM Regs FAQ - Main duties of contractors

Contractors

Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007

What are the main duties of contractors under the CDM Regulations?

Contractors must co-operate with each other and with the principal contractor to co-ordinate their work activities. (This applies to adjoining sites as well as the project they are directly involved in.) Contractors should be competent for the work they are doing; plan, manage and monitor their own work to ensure health and safety; and provide suitable information and training for their workers to ensure their health and safety.

As a contractor, what should I do if the job is not notifiable and there is no principal contractor?

The contractor will be required to:

* inform the client of the their CDM 2007 duties if this has not already been done
* plan, manage and monitor the construction work to make sure it is carried out without risks to health and safety
* provide information, training and a suitable site induction for their workforce
* make sure the site is suitably fenced and prevent access by unauthorised persons
* ensure adequate welfare facilities for those working on the site

Source HSE

To read more on contractors duties under CDM Regs click here

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