In Part III of our Health and Safety blog series: Obtain Incident Information, we begin by defining some of the basic information. The business process flow to obtain incident information is outlined below.
Broken down into steps:
Each of these steps requires additional data. For example, when entering information about the incident, if a vehicle was involved then vehicle data can be gathered. If an injury was involved, then injury data can be gathered. If witnesses were involved, then witnesses need to be interviewed.
For the incident information, the following details can be entered.
Incident: Basic information about when and where the incident occurred.
Notification: Date, time and to whom the incident was reported.
Description: Description of the incident and dangerous occurrence code if applicable.
Location: Where the incident occurred.
Travel: Incident information occurring when traveling.
People: People connected to the incident.
Reporting: Relevant information to be used to generate reporting.
For vehicle / equipment data: Enter the specifics of the incident involving vehicle or equipment accidents.
In our next blog, we will break down the injury information.