Occupational Health and Safety Software Solutions

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We are a Canadian company who offer software solutions for Canadian employers in managing:

  • Disability Claims
  • Worker Compensation Claims
  • Incidents
  • Safety
  • Workplace Hazards
  • Risk Assessments & Investigations
  • Modified Work
  • Absenteeism
  • Health Centres
  • Routine Testing & Compliance
  • Onboarding/Immunization status for new hires
  • Employee self-screening for Infectious Diseases
  • Violence & Harassment

Although prevention is the primary goal of OH&S professionals, we know that despite the best efforts incidents will occur. We know that you can prevent incidents from recurring by looking at what’s happened before and adjust accordingly.

With the right software, you are more able to keep track of previous incidents, analyze them and develop safety programs that will reduce the number of injuries in the workplace. It becomes easier to compile statistics on incidents and identify areas that need improvement, as well as areas that are doing well. You can get an understanding of the whole picture.

Our software can help do this.

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Our Customers

Our customers are commercial and government; who employ 200 to 110,000 employees; and are coast-to-coast-to-coast in every province & territory.

Persons who use our software are responsible for:

  • Disability Claims
  • Worker compensation claims
  • Incidents, hazards, near misses
  • Health Centre visits
  • Medical procedures
  • Compliance testing
  • Annual flu campaigns
  • Attendance support programs
  • Violence and harassment
  • Workplace safety evaluation, education, and enforcement
  • Incident investigations
  • Joint Health & Safety committees
  • Risk and hazard inspectors
  • Ergonomics
  • Statistical reporting & trends
  • Costs reductions
  • Human Resources

Our Success and Longevity

With over three decades behind us, our success is the result of our commitment to provide a solution that continually evolves with technology, employer requirements, federal-provincial regulations and privacy laws.