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Does your organization respond effectively when an injury or illness occurs?

For responsive, secure, and proactive injury reporting, your organization needs flexible workflows, incident investigations, and on-demand analytics reporting. Our injury & illness reporting solution offers all this and more in a HIPAA-compliant environment that brings modern management practices and safe data handling to your safety program.

Drive Improvements with Data

Without easy access to injury & investigative data, evaluating safety changes is slow and uncertain.

Evaluating Safety with RSS Automated Reporting and Built-in Investigations


Develop targeted accident prevention strategies using automatically collected on-demand reports.

Follow-through for Prevention

Automatic notifications prompt the completion of incident investigations which identify specific failures and set time-bound action plans to help prevent repeat injuries.

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Flexibility to Fit Your Organization

Many injury reporting systems lack control over who creates claims, and without great communication and clearly defined roles, case load delays and miscommunications can occur.

Customize a Process that Works for Your Organization

RSS injury reporting allows decentralization so anyone can create a claim or it can be centralized so that only specific people create claims.

Easily assign and remove special investigators for injuries involving chemicals, biohazards, or radiation as need arises.

Customize the automated messages employee receive during the claims process as often as needed, without the cost of IT assistance.

Securing Your Data is Our First Priority

The Shortcomings of
Traditional Injury Reporting


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Traditional injury & illness reporting processes have failure points where sensitive data can be improperly disclosed. Emailing, faxing, or printing hardcopies are unsafe exchanges of protected health information (PHI) and it can be difficult to know how secure your system is.

Data Confidence with
RSS Built-in Security Controls

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Information remains in one secure, online system Data access is restricted to only those who need it for their job RSS security practices are audited annually by a 3rd party

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