What Our Clients Say
Why Gladstone Regional Council played it safe and improved their bottom line in the process.
Gladstone Regional Council [GRC] has achieved stunning results by taking a proactive approach to safety with the help of IMS software. In the first nine months since go live, the Council has a reported bottom line improvement of $250,000 from the strategic initiatives implemented in 2013 – 2014. It is estimated a further $200,000 has been saved in on-costs in addition to the reductions in reported statutory claims.
Manager of People and Safety
Gladstone Regional Council
The Tasmanian Ports Corporation Pty Ltd (Tasports) is Australia’s fifth largest port. The port environment presents many potentially hazardous situations for employees who work on ships, boats and other small vessels that are docked where heavy machinery is in operation.
John Johnston, Tasports’ HSE Manager, said the Incident Management System appealed to the company for its automated email notification feature. “The ability to report and track all incidents that occurred on the shop floor level directly – to relevant management and safety teams within a matter of minutes – has become an important part of the management of incidents occurring in Tasports’ five different locations”, he says
John Johnston, HSE Manager
Queensland Health has approximately 75,000 employees across the state spread across 15 Districts. Queensland Health implemented the Incident Management System (IMS) solution from Worksafe Management Systems, State-wide in 1996 after a three year pilot in the Far North Queensland District.
Since the roll-out of the IMS solution it has enabled
- Better information visibility
- Improved tracking of policy eﬀectiveness
- Standardised information collection
- Safety responsibility chains to be created
- Adherence to legislative requirement in incident information collection.
Mr. Ian Bynon (Director Safety & Wellbeing, People and Culture Strategic Services, Queensland Health)