eSafety@Work mobile applications are for all kinds and sizes of businesses.
At each and of the scale, they allow:
- for small organisations to send reports and reports directly on the e-mail of his company via the 'Personal' mode
- for large international organisations who wish to send all this information in their information system while having many reports of follow-ups via the 'Professional' mode.
Mobile apps are both the heart and cornerstone of the eSafety @ Work platform. They represent the best way for real-time, two-way communication between the field employee, the team leader and outwards in different directions.
To take advantage of all the features of each mobile operating system (Android, iOS) and their benefits without losing performance, mobile applications are directly implemented in the native language of the phone by professional teams located around the world.
The main 'behind the scenes' features are:
- the use of notifications, SMS, emails for communication
- the use of services analysing the availability of the network so as not to lose any data until they have been transmitted to the recipients
- data encryption
- minimising network usage (costs, environment, efficiency)
In case of extreme urgency, the seconds are precious.
This feature allows just one click to call the the local emergency services - "triple zero" in Australia, or "112" in Europe.
It allows then to warn business managers and emergency responders and where appropriate, customers.
Reporting is the flagship product of eSafety @ Work.
It's a simple tool that lets you
trace any event such as:
- accident or near-miss,
- but also a doubt or possible risk
- or just information.
The description seen by Safety@Work is simple: I see something that bothers me, I take out my phone, I take a picture and I send it. I can also leave comments and propose my solutions.
Two-way communication is established when two individuals exchange messages. This is obviously the communication sought within companies.
This feature allows you to send information back to your supervisor or to a working group. It also allows a client to send instructions or instructions: This is the "WhatsApp" of security!
Security briefings are prepared at the office.
The app can present a catalog of ready-to-use safety lessons or surveys that can be completed according to the topics covered, the audience and the context of the chat or meeting.
During the talk, the speaker takes out his phone and follow his instructions.
The latter may contain photos or drawings that they can show their audience to better convey the topic of discussion.
The chat is validated by a group photo which is easier and more reliable than having an attendee list and collecting a signature from each of the participants.
The application allows to keep the history of all the chats made within the company.
This is a good way to see the security activity of the moment.
The "Take 5" are mini security talks dedicated to a specific task or risk. It's a checklist that is set up so to remind a team about security and minimising risk..
Like security chats or meetings, they are prepared in the office, used on site and archived.
The site visit is an inspection or audit conducted by a person from the company but outside the site. It's a kind of internal security control.
Here, the essential points related to the security, health and safety are checked such as ear and eye protection, cleanliness of the building site, safe storage of hazardous materials, etc.
Just like the "Take 5" is a checklist that is prepared at the office.
Same as for the site visit. Here the audit deals with the material of the company.
This is a checklist that is prepared at the office which is specific to each material, machine or workstation.
This simplifies the verification of his equipment.
This feature allows the operator to have at hand all H&S documents, standards and prevention plans that must be legally present on the site.