Joe Olesweski

SafetyStratus Feature Spotlight: Inspection Review

SafetyStratus Feature Spotlight: Inspection Review

By default, most cloud-based safety inspections are finalized by the acting inspector. Upon completion, any corrective actions and notifications are immediately assigned and distributed. However, in some scenarios, it is necessary for the completed inspection to be reviewed by other … Read More

LATCH

LATCH: Roster-focused Content in a Safety Software Platform

A significant number of cloud-based safety software components are roster-focused, including hazard assessments, personnel lists, training tracking, chemical inventory, and group digital file management. By nature, these aspects tend to be both interrelated and end-user-facing. It is therefore essential that … Read More

Safety Inspections

The Use of a Group Structure in Safety Inspections

Most cloud-based safety inspection software allows users to conduct inspections in a variety of ways. The most common or traditional approach is to perform an inspection on a single, specific object. That object can be a room, an asset, or … Read More

Incident Reporting Culture

Near Misses and Their Place in the Incident Reporting Culture

Arguably the best type of work-related incident is the near miss or “close call.”  OSHA and the National Safety Council define a near miss as an “unplanned event that did not result in injury, illness or damage, but had the … Read More

The Advantages of Digitizing Assets

The Advantages of Digitizing Assets

Many institutions and organizations must manage hundreds, if not thousands, of assets daily. Proper asset management is very important not only for the aspects of retention and security but safety and compliance as well.  The term “assets” covers all manners … Read More