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CMMS for a Safer Workplace

CMMS for a Safer Workplace

Find out how CMMS can create and confirm a safer place to work. Keep your employees healthy and avoid unnecessary fines. 

To ensure conditions are safe for workers and meet the expectations of OSHA auditors, more companies are using CMMS software to control processes and keep reliable records.

What's at Stake

In the nearly 41,000 workplace safety and health inspections OSHA conducted in FY 2012, over 29,000 violations were discovered in the 10 most common incident categories alone.

Workplace safety oversights can endanger workers, company reputations, and financial prospects. Offending companies have received fines in excess of $81 million in recent years. 


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Promoting Safety

CMMS encourages safety from the start by integrating all compliance codes and maintenance manuals to on-site equipment records, immediately establishing accountability.

The technology's inherent PM functionality helps ensure equipment integrity and reduce the frequency and severity of potentially dangerous malfunctions.

CMMS allows for the creation and tracking of specialized safety drills, significantly improving risk mitigation outcomes should unfortunate incidents occur.

Automated alerts can remind workers to conduct their daily diligence (i.e., lockout-tagout and machine guarding).

Confirming Best Practices

Inconsistent record-keeping procedures continue to be a notable portion of OSHA citations and fines.

The only way to prepare for the prospect of random inspections is with a proactive safety initiative supported by consistent documentation.

CMMS software lets managers drill all the way down to individual employee safety records to track progress and resolve potential risks before outside auditors do.