OCS is using the latest technology to pioneer a new approach to the management of Health and Safety in the facilities management sector. The international total facilities management (TFM) provider is driving a new organisation and industry wide approach to Health and Safety through the Logincident app. The app acts as a risk management tool for businesses operating in a heightened risk environment, enabling preventive action, and reducing business risk resulting from injury, damaged equipment, and loss of reputation.
Logincident captures information relating to near miss and adverse events on a Smartphone, tablet device, or laptop in the form of voice text, scroll-down menus, photographs and video. Data is stored on the cloud and is immediately available to give enhanced visibility of incidents and early intervention by the Health and Safety team. The system enables bespoke reporting and instant, higher quality information for individual incidents.
OCS Director of HSQE Ian Goodliffe commented: “Our experience of delivering TFM in complex environments with a variety of risk profiles gives us clear insight into the challenges and importance of managing risk through enhanced near miss reporting. Logincident provides a new way to ensure all staff a simple, fast and effective way to record adverse events, helping to keep people safe and increasing risk defensibility. This approach highlights the importance OCS places on wellbeing and drives a real cultural change in Health and Safety best practice.”
The app will be rolled out across OCS sites over the next 12 months.