KPA helps by providing real-time incident management tools that give you the data you need to track incidents as they occur. This gives you the information you needed to make the informed decisions that keep them from happening again.
Incident Reporting Designed for Speed and Simplicity
When an incident occurs, capture and forward the most critical elements of an incident as quickly as possible. For most incidents, the key pieces of information are things like:
- What happened?
- How bad is it?
- When did it happen?
- Where did it happen?
- Additional comments
- Optional photos or attachments
Once an Incident Report form is submitted, you and your managing group can receive instant email and/or push-notifications so you can immediately know what happened and begin taking the necessary actions.
Near Miss Reporting
Report on near misses to identify potential hazards or incidents that did not result in any personal injury or property damage. A “near miss” is an unplanned event that had the potential to cause injury or damage but did not. Near miss reports also provide supervisors with information that allows the hazard to be resolved before it ever becomes an incident.
Encouraging Worker Safety
Near Miss Reporting is one part of a hazard avoidance strategy called Behavior-Based Safety. Behavior-Based Safety (often called BBS) encourages workers to be more “safety aware” by constantly searching for safety hazards (through observation reporting) and by identifying and addressing near misses before they become incidents.
We implemented iScout at the end of 2018 and are beginning to see clear benefits. Observations and JSA’s are being completed at a 150% increase versus using the paper copy. Training and notices are communicated directly to the employee in an instant.Fortis Energy
Recipient of the 2019 Excellence in Safety Award, North Dakota Petroleum Council