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Best tips, design & setup for creating and managing an online injury management system

An online injury management system helps organisations manage all aspects of an employee injury from initial incident through to managing the claim.

What are the best tips, tricks, setup and design for an online injury management system? We're going to go over each category below.

What does an Online Injury Management System actually do?

Injuries happen in workplaces. they can be avoided, they can be managed, prevention put in place but ultimately, injuries happen and when they do they need to be managed regardless of the level of injury. From near misses through to incidents that involved lost work time, minor injuries or major injuries. All of them need to be managed with what is often a complex process that follows on from it.

Enter an online injury management system, a tool that helps you report, record, manage, diagnose, investigate, assign and close out an injury and all related processes, workflows, materials, internal and external communications, all centrally on an intelligent and accessible dedicated injury management portal.

What happened, why it happened, why won't it happen again?

A good injury management system is a tool that not only reports and records injuries in a registry, it helps you troubleshoot the causes, trends and analysis so you can diagnose the actual areas that collectively led to the injury in the first place. They might be job design, organisational causes, management causes and lead to immediate or long term change management that needs to take place in the organisation in order to reduce this type of injury from happening again.

Online Registry with Actions

Once an injury has been reported, you might have a core registry of all open injury claims that are being investigated, managed with return to work plans, linked back to an incident report and being managed as an open injury case.

Actions might include assigning to a line manager, involving an insurer, collecting medical certificates, creating a return to workplan, collating expenses, insurer decision and general notes, materials collected and injury diagnostic

Self Management of Injuries

Being able to self manage the entire process easily and quickly is one of the most important elements of getting on top of an injury case early. We've seen organisations that have open injury management cases over 2 years old and beyond. Good injury management systems ensure injury claims are managed effectively early on in the process. Reducing complexity helps both the injured worker and the organisation.

Linking together the injury journey

Most important of all is linking together all the areas that led to injury across different workflows, systems and processes so the big picture of what happened in the organisation and how it can be managed is created.

Try your process online

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