Our Software Saves Lives by Predicting Workplace Injuries

SafetyNet is the leading safety management system for saving lives by predicting workplace injuries.

Safety professionals are tasked with continuously improving their safety cultures and eliminating injuries. They often find they can only get so far when employing traditional safety improvement methods – safety training, lagging indicator and incident analysis, safety consulting services, etc. While short-term results are relatively easy to obtain, long-term sustainable results are often elusive. Many find that progress in their safety program begins to stagnate leading to a plateau effect.

There is another way. Put your employees’ safety first by predicting workplace injuries with SafetyNet. SafetyNet is the leading technol­ogy for saving lives by predict­ing workplace injuries. It employs advanced and predictive analytics on customers’ safety inspection and observation data to create leading indicators, and even predictions about future risk, in real time. With this information, users are able to proactively prevent incidents and injuries.

SafetyNet, a hosted Software-as-a- Service (SaaS) cloud-based solution, is the only software solution in the world with industry proven predictive modeling that can answer the question: “Will I have an incident tomorrow?”

SafetyNet makes it easy to:

  1. Collect high-quality safety data using mobile phones and tablets;
  2. Analyze the data to uncover actionable information and even leading indicators and predictions about future risk;
  3. Communicate the results in real time to those who are at risk and to those who can take action to prevent incidents and injuries.

SafetyNet Users

Mobile Data Collection for Safety Inspections and Observations 

Many companies struggle to efficiently collect the right data from the field to improve their safety outcomes.

Using mobile phones and tablets as well as scanners and computers, SafetyNet helps our customers collect nearly 3 million workplace safety observations every month. Learn more about our data collection methods

Trust Your Data

Is your data collection process plagued by pencil-whipping?  Are your inspectors and observers just “going through the motions” resulting in a “garbage in, garbage out” program?  Reliable predictions are the result of reliable data.

SafetyNet helps our customers assess and improve the quality and reliability of their data so they can trust the results of their analysis.

Do Something With Your Data

Many companies are drowning in data, but can’t make any sense of it.

SafetyNet helps companies turn their raw data into actionable information.  SafetyNet employs advanced and predictive analytics tools to help companies trend, forecast, predict, and derive leading indicators from their data.  SafetyNet also includes our proprietary Red Flag Prediction Model that can predict the likelihood, frequency and location of workplace injuries. Learn more about how we can integrate your data using SafetyNet Web Services

Communicate Your Results

In order to drive better safety outcomes, immediate hazards need to be communicated to frontline workers in the field or on the job.

SafetyNet can notify employees at all levels of the organization instantly when high hazard issues arise and need their attention.  Further, SafetyNet can help identify and track to closure, unsafe or non-conforming issues that can’t be solved immediately.  Finally, SafetyNet can provide management reports on current and future risk, how that risk is being managed, and what the outcomes of those efforts are.

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