Christopher Gardner, on Wed, Nov 11, 2020 @ 14:11 PM
Rebecca Webb, on Wed, Oct 28, 2020 @ 14:10 PM
If you think the cost of claims and incidents within your organization is too high, it’s time to address that problem.
But how can you know what steps to take when all you have is an overall number?
By breaking down occurrences by location, department, division, and so on, it will be easier to figure out the root of the problem and work towards solving it. That’s why it’s important to make these individual units accountable for their costs.
When there is an accident in your place of business, it is easy to panic. Whether an employee or a customer is injured, anyone would fear for the person’s well being and, after that, the operational consequences of what just occurred.
However, it is most important to stay calm, reassure the person, and make sure they are safe; then you must handle the business side of the incident.
Rebecca Webb, on Wed, Jul 31, 2019 @ 12:07 PM
When something goes wrong in your organization, do you have a method to keep track of it? Will all the relevant details be recorded, ensuring that you are protected from legal liability?
Whether reporting an employee or customer injury, a defective product, property damage, or any other type of incident, it is extremely important for a business to be able to easily and efficiently create incident reports. For best results, draft a template and use it consistently so that all incidents will have the same level of data and detail.
What happens when an incident occurs in your organization? Will all the relevant details be recorded, ensuring that you will have this information on hand when it’s needed in the future?
Whether reporting an employee or customer injury, a defective product, property damage, or any other type of incident, it is extremely important for an organization to be able to easily and efficiently create reports. We've discussed the benefits, but what should actually be included in these incident reports?