Creating a culture where you are initiating, or indeed reinvigorating a positive reporting experience is often a difficult part of health and safety management. Making reporting easy and straight forward is one of the keys to success. Together with near miss reporting, good saves reporting is integral to driving down incidents.
With Mirashare’s Good Saves Module you ensure your people have the tools to report that they’ve done something positive to prevent something bad happening – a Good Save. It could be as straightforward as identifying an unsafe act. Or it could relate to a process defect, machine problem, or an unsafe condition.
How Mirashare can help
- Central, searchable location in which to keep all GPS records.
- Record all steps taken to avoid something unsafe, wasteful, or inefficient happening.
- Report using an online form or via the Incident & Near Miss Reporting App.
- Configurable classification to record the type of Good Save reported.
- Add and assign corrective actions once the report has been reviewed.
- Assess and record the basic and root causes.
- Attach any document type – they’ll always stay with the report.
Our customers use the Good Saves Module in several different ways. Predominantly, it gives colleagues a place to record useful acts and offer praise and feedback. And by using the mobile reporting app, we’ve made that process even quicker and simpler. What’s more, with configurable notifications, you can make sure senior members of the team are alerted at different stages as the report is progressed.
Benefits of implementing Good Saves
There are many benefits to implementing Mirashare’s Good Save Software across your business. Firstly, it encourages the reporting of events which can be used towards reward schemes. This in turn helps embed a deeper level of reporting maturity within your health and safety programme. Secondly it assists with the process of continuous improvement right across your health and safety programme and beyond. And finally, it gives you clear visibility of issues that may not otherwise have been reported. Reducing the potential for incidents.