To Make Your Life So Much Easier
Ensure employees always have updated information through your EHS management software system by digitizing important safety procedures.
Protect employees from hazardous energy during equipment shutdowns and maintenance.
Keep track of all incidents and near misses and create OSHA 300 and 301 forms automatically.
Make your training records searchable by name, location, job function and more.
Stay on top of all your sites with the ideal audit management software system. Upload and store audits from the field or create your own with the audit software's unique capabilities.
Keep safety data sheets in one place where they’re easy to update and access.
Stop wasting paper on policy manuals no one reads. If it’s important, it should be online and our EHS management system software makes it all easily accessible.
Ensure compliance with OSHA’s 14 elements of PSM with this interactive tool.
Hold employees accountable by assigning tasks, setting deadlines and sending reminders.
Scheduling on our EHS management software ensures you meet important compliance deadlines with scheduled recurring reminders.
Ensure employees are qualified for hot work, confined spaces and other hazardous conditions.
Stay on top of MOC processes and ensure changes are approved before being made.
Measure risk to assess the best areas to improve your company.
Screen employees for COVID using a series of questions provided by the CDC. Responses are stored for each employee or contractor within the application for future access.
Dedicated tools to ensure you stay current on all necessary state and federal policies and regulations.
Our clients consistently earn recognition for their safety efforts. Learn more about how our EHS management tier, audit management software & trustworthy compliance tools have helped our clients reduce incident rates, workers’ compensation costs, and more.
Kaiser Aluminum, an aluminum producer with 13 plants, needed a simple way to manage safety for all of its sites from one location and track incidents across the company.
They implemented BasicSafe across their sites to centralize safety efforts and help its corporate office find an easier way to manage and track incidents. Employees are now in the habit of reporting even minor issues, which can help the company identify bigger problems beneath the surface.
Purity Zinc Metals, a metal dusting manufacturer, needed a secure, digital system to store important safety documents and streamline its processes for audits and job safety analyses. The company began using BasicSafe in 2012 and now relies on the system to manage employee performance as well as safety.
The company uses BasicSafe’s action management module to reward employees with a quarterly bonus for identifying hazards, encouraging them to take initiative when it comes to workplace safety.
Timber Products wanted to streamline its OSHA inspection process and make company safety records more accessible. The company implemented BasicSafe to manage its safety records, training, audits and procedure manuals.
Now, when an inspector needs to find information, it’s easily searchable on the BasicSafe integrated safety database. It has also developed a customized process for the voluntary audits it conducts through OSHA’s Voluntary Protection Program using BasicSafe’s audit management software.
Swanson Group, a forest products company, needed a way to manage its training for forklift-operating employees. Forklifts, or industrial trucks, cause about 96,000 injuries each year in the United States alone and therefore OSHA requires all employees to undergo specific training before operating a forklift to protect workers.
Swanson implemented the BasicSafe training management software system and is able to track all employees who have had forklift training and identify which employees are due for training.
"BasicSafe is so simple I don't know why everyone isn't using." - John Coulter, EHS Manager, JR Simplot Food Processing
"It’s easy for people on the floor to find policies and procedures for development of their jobs." - Mark Hyer, District Safety Manager, The Amalgamated Sugar Company
"Track what really matters—the leading indicators in safety, such as reporting all incidents, training completion and knowledge retention, follow-through on corrective actions, and audit results." - Mike Hill, Corporate Safety Director, Timber Products