Injury Alarm Analyses Your Existing Safety Data for Free

When it comes to health and safety data, businesses should be using the past to change the outcomes of the future. And used correctly, your current health and safety data can discover where workplace danger may be lurking, and to forecast where accidents are most likely to occur. And that's the premise behind Dr Marcus Cattani's project, Injury Alarm.

Injury Alarm is a free tool that allows companies to upload their existing data, and determine their level of safety risk. Injury alarm analyses the data with its unique algorithm, allocating a specific alarm level. On top of this, Injury Alarm provides for any improvements to be monitored and measured over time.

Launched in April 2017, the project had the support of The West Australian Government, CSIRO, Edith Cowan University and The Safety Institute of Australia. And now, a year on, the resulting interest has prompted the development of an improved analytical and reporting process.

How does it work?
  • Answer some questions about your organisation and upload a spreadsheet of previous injuries to a secure online platform.
  • Forecasting algorithm crunches the available data and determines whether action should be taken to avoid future injuries.
  • Get a forecast report with an alarm grading and practical things you can do to make your organisation safer, email straight to your inbox.
  • myosh Users can access and export the required data with just a few clicks.

Have you used Injury Alarm? We want to hear from you. Please email us and give us your feedback.

Injury Alarm is currently looking for partners who would like to sponsor the Version 2 website, provide their data to enable its testing, and to offer feedback on the updated report. Contact Injury Alarm.

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