FirstReport 2006 fills out workers' compensation first reports of injury and maintains OSHA 300 Logs, 300A Summaries, and 301 Incident Reports. The software is date sensitive and automatically saves incidents occurring in and after 2002 on the OSHA 300 series forms, while keeping incidents before 2002 on the old OSHA 200 log forms.
FirstReport Software (www.firstreport.com)
Keller-Soft Safety Plan Customizer software features more than 70 pre-written templates for general industry and construction topics. The software is designed to simplify writing OSHA-compliant safety plans by asking users questions to determine which safety plan fits their company's needs. Some of the safety plans featured with this software include: accident reporting and investigation; emergency response; hazard assessment; machine/equipment safety and guarding; personal protective equipment; record keeping and reporting injuries and illnesses; and work zone safety.
J.J. Keller & Associates (www.jjkeller.com/software/kellersoft.html)
The OSHALOG 300 Version 4.0 relational database software is designed to report and manage on-the-job injuries, illnesses, and incidents. Its OSHA Forms 300, 300A, 301, first aid, and other analytical reports and graphs meet compliance requirements and help manage and analyze user accident data. The software can help cut costs by identifying accident-causing equipment, operations, and areas so effective preventive action can be taken. It also includes OSHACoach, with up-to-date regulations to determine when a case is recordable or not.
Safety Software (www.safesoft.com)
Safety Expert software is capable of designing company safety programs, keeping records required by OSHA, printing out safety procedures required to satisfy customer or contractual requirements, and developing company safety manuals. Version 3.1 features improvements over Version 2.0, including: updated record-keeping modules reflecting changes in OSHA paperwork requirements; information about PPE based on NFPA 70E-2004, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace; all documents now set up as Microsoft Word templates; a new backup and restore feature; and updated fall protection content that agrees with recently revised OSHA regulations.
The OSHA Expert Advisors are Windows-based expert systems that may be downloaded from the OSHA Software page and run on PCs. Each Expert Advisor enables businesses and others to receive reliable answers on how OSHA regulations apply to their unique work sites by answering a few simple questions.
U.S. Department of Labor (www.dol.gov/elaws/oshasoft.htm)