Keeping Insight of Simple Solutions
Clicking on the AccidentTracks icon on your desktop starts the program showing your earliest incident by date.
Data input is quick and easy by typing directly into the form textboxes and clicking on buttons or calendar dates. Frequently used items
such as Department are in editable drop down lists.
Date inputs are just a click on the calendar.
If you are not clear if an incident is OSHA Recordable, just click on the question mark to pull up the Recordability Check form and
answer the questions.
There’s plenty of space for describing the incident plus space for any witness statements. And the %Full scales show you how much
input space is remaining.
This tab allows treatment information to be recorded.
Describe the root cause of the incident along with corrective actions on this tab. If the Implement Date slips by Accident Tracks will
remind you until you check it off as Done.
You can keep track of direct costs of the incident on this tab.
The program will let you search by Incident Month, Injured employee name, supervisor, location and department.
You can run a graph or report for all records or between the dates you choose.
An example graph of incidents by Injury Type.
An example report of incidents by Injury Type.
If you have MS Excel on your computer, you can produce an OSHA 300 Log, a 300A Summary or an employee individual incident report.
Just print, post or file your OSHA report then Exit Excel after using Save As for a new file name to save that you’ll recognize to prevent
overwriting the OSHA templates. The program will always produce a fresh report from the data base of incidents for the year you select.