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Accident management system (AMS)

Accident Management System

AMS is an online facility that allows you to manage your accident and incident reporting across multiple sites including a structured and reportable method of investigation and action planning.

It provides an intuitive and descriptive interface for end users and system administrators to ensure thorough recording and investigation of incidents using various automatic triggers and chaser notifications for outstanding actions.

The system aids identification of various incident types helping to fulfil your obligations under the RIDDOR regulations (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995).

Offering a bespoke question set and custom reports, AMS enables companies to get the information they need quickly and efficiently.

"We've been using Workrite's Accident Management System for 18 months and staff find it easy to access, easy to use and we are now seeing better reporting of incidents. As we already use Workrite's online training modules, the setup was easy and the administrative functions are flexible and intuitive. If you do need support, there's a friendly, experienced team ready to help. The system also allows incident documentation or photographs to be uploaded and attached to incident reports so that all relevant incident information, including the outcome of incident investigation, is held securely in one location. Getting information back out of the system is also straightforward with a very flexible query analyser and the reports it generates can be customised or exported to excel. All in all, it does everything we need from an accident management system."

David Duckett, Head of Operational Risk and Environmental Sustainability University of Stirling