|Actionable data: Results and compliance documents are compiled and stored in a spreadsheet, hard drive and/or filing cabinet, but we don’t analyze aggregate trends are measure outcomes.||Scheduling burden: Scheduling and tracking the required compliance activities, results and documents consumes an excessive amount of time and effort.|
|Errors and omissions: Errors and missing information are sometimes not recognized until a problem actually occurs.||Exceptions & Details: Tracking or documenting exceptions and follow-up details for one or multiple employees is inefficient or error-prone.|
|Manual tracking: Remembering and following up on employees' problems and issues that require attention sometimes slips through the cracks.||Insufficient Time: There isn’t enough time in the work week to process all the paper work and data to ensure compliance data are current, correct and complete.|
|Measure Effectiveness: We do the required compliance activities and trainings, but we don’t have a way to specifically analyze how effectively we’re doing it.||Multiple facilities: Our business is dispersed across multiple locations or geographies, and each site manages its information differently or with separate tools.|
|One-at-a-Time Approach: The results for each individual employee activity are reviewed and recorded one at a time, but not in aggregate over time.||Wait for Problems: We assume we’re ‘in compliance’ if OSHA or MSHA doesn’t issue a citation or doesn’t conduct an inspection.|
The webOSCAR technology platform was developed by an Occupational Medicine physician with over 20 years’ experience providing medical and compliance consultation services to highly regulated, hazardous industries.