Job safety assessment Software
Reimagine Your Job Safety Assessments
One Platform to capture critical safety data.
Anvl’s Job Safety Assessment dynamic workflow capabilities take traditional safety programs to the next level.
Why wait for the data to be tabulated or analyzed?
Anvl engages users in real-time to capture critical data and provide reports that highlight what matters most. You don’t need to wait for forms to be turned in and collected in order to identify hazards or risks. Make worker safety an actionable, proactive approach. With Anvl, you will be able to automate data collection and identify continuous improvements for safety.
To see if Anvl Job Safety Assessment workflows are right for you, ask yourself these questions:
Do you know what the actual issues are?
Anvl’s dynamic workflows enable rich data capture that includes real-time photos, voice-to-text, and follow up questions to get to the core of the issue.
Your workers will capture critical data to eliminate manual data entry and tabulation – no more entering data in spreadsheet and losing critical information.
The Anvl mobile app is easy-to-use, and training only takes less than an hour, meaning users will be able to collect impactful, meaningful data immediately.
Data collection is automated and immediately available to leaders for viewing. Actionable reports allow you to identify trends happening in your JSA data.
Do you spend more time manually collecting data, or putting that data into action?
JSAs are often long checklists for workers to complete. With so many boxes, issues like pencil-whipping often occur, making hazards and risks more likely to be overlooked. In order to make sure valuable data is collected, an engaging solution like Anvl is necesary to implement.
Through in-the-moment guidance, Anvl can configure alerts that can notify managers when a JSA should more urgently be reviewed. This could mean stopping the job, escalating and resolving risks in the moment.
We provide actionable data and valuable insights that you have never had before. Anvl workflows capture information for JSAs by types of information such as by site, division, severity level, and more — giving you insight into the real issues captured by your workers.
How do you leverage Job Safety Assessment data to improve safety?
JSA data presents training opportunities or may uncover a misunderstanding of company safety policies.
Are you seeing recurring trends or steps missed by your workers? With Anvl, safety training doesn’t stop after onboarding. Ongoing training and engagement is an added benefit of our mobile Connected Worker Solution — promtiing time and cost savings.
Safety improvements are centered around learning and improving. If you’re spending most of your time entering data, the opportunity to observe trends is lost. Uncover critical insights and add structure and dimension to the data you capture so you can really learn from it.
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Anvl can dive deeper into information about trends that are automatically captured from the floor. Drive continuous improvements in your business with one platform that will provide the data-driven insights that matter most of all.
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