The Event Reporting module makes it easier for the crew to identify and register events such as near misses, accidents, incidents, non-conformities, observations and deficiencies. The list of possible event types is defined by the office, providing flexibility and control.
You decide which data is mandatory when registering a new event. Examples of such data include date and time, detailed event description, status, related personnel, primary and secondary causes and possible consequences. Suggested corrective measures can be included at the event location or later at the office. Events can be described in detail by giving the crew the option of attaching documents, images or video. All functionality is supported by the Event Reporting module in combination with standard features in SERTICA.
SERTICA controls the flow of events across the organization. Reports created by the crew are automatically transferred to the office. The main office can ask for further details if they are not satisfied with the first report. The status flow is very flexible and can be tailored to fit most requirements. The user is guided through the system and the result is streamlined and easy-to-analyze data.
Monitor events in Analytics
Office personnel have access to all events for the entire fleet. This allows for comparison of event patterns and frequencies. Combine the Event Reporting module with the Analytics module to create user-defined reports such as lists of open events or monthly lists of all events created across the organization.
Marine Systematic Cause Analysis Technique
Root Cause Analysis is an integrated part of the Event Reporting module. The user can design the type of model used but there is also the possibility to import existing standardized templates such as M-SCAT (Marine Systematic Cause Analysis Technique). M-SCAT is the DNV based systematic process for identifying the most common types when investigating an accident or incident. This could be losses or potential losses, contacts, immediate causes, basic causes and areas for corrective actions.
- Overview of all events in a searchable format
- Additional documentation support (documents, images, video)
- Reporting and analysis of events
- Risk Identification
- Root Cause Analysis
- Reduced risk of accidents or loss, near-accidents, and non-conformities
- Log and learn from incidents
- Compliance with industry standards
- Carry out risk assessments
- Avoid accidents and save lives
- Protect the environment
- Enhanced safety culture