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About the Incident Management module

What is the difference between an incident and an accident?

Unlike an accident, an incident does not cause any physical injury, only property damage. These types of events should be reported in the Incident Management module, according to their qualification,…

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What is a near miss?

Whether it occurs as a result of or during work, regardless of the cause, it is considered a "near miss" workplace accident when it does not cause any physical injury…

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What is a workplace accident?

Whether it occurs as a result of work or during work, regardless of the cause, it is considered a workplace accident if it results in physical or psychological injury to…

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How do you make an EHS action plan?

Start by establishing a list of objectives and EHS compliance requirements within the module. Then, assign a manager to each action, in order to have an overview of the action…

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What is a fault tree?

A fault tree is a graphical tree structure that helps to identify the facts and causes of an event. The Incident Management module guides you through the tree-mapping process and…

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Why should you fill out an incident report?

An incident report lists the people involved and the consequences for the organisation. The Incident Management module can assist you through the process, from completing the form to identifying the…

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