A good working environment is an important prerequisite for your workers to enjoy their job. In a good working environment, workers are not exposed to dangers and problems, such as noise, dangerous machines or bullying. It is therefore important that organizations work to prevent such incidents and have good routines for dealing with these if they nevertheless should occur.
In Hermana you will find good support tools for working with health, safety and the environment (HSE). You can work preventively by using the module for risk assessments, and you can work reactively by using the module for incident management.
Risk assessment is the process of identifying and evaluating risk to worker safety and health due to dangers and problems in the workplace. The types of dangers and problems involved will vary from one business to another. These can be falls, noise, conflicts, bullying, chemicals, dangerous machines and the like, depending on the type of business you assess the risk in.
You use the risk assessment module to identify and evaluate dangers and problems in a department or across your organization. A risk assessment with an action plan is important documentation of how you work with health, environment and safety in your organization. Identifying risks to workers' safety and health starts with creating a new risk assessment. Once you have created a risk assessment, you can follow it up over time by adding new consequence analyses.
Incident Management is about detecting, reporting, correcting and preventing violations of requirements defined in laws and regulations for health, environment and safety. Incidents may be that workers do not have access to necessary protective gear, that machines used in production release chemicals into the environment, or that workers get injuries due to slippery floors. Incidents may be due to non-compliance with procedures, instructions or routines.
You report incidents in the module for incident management. There you choose who you want to share your report with, so that those responsible receive information about the incident. The report is followed up by the people the message is shared with, until it has been processed. You who have reported the incident can follow the case handling all the way and can be an active party in processing the report.
Worker data shall only be registered once, and workers should be able to see what is registered about themselves. Personal data is anonymised when a worker leaves.
Use the time clock to register attendance, or register working hours directly in a comprehensible timesheet. Add any allowances and supplements that you would like to be paid.
Receive job applications on job postings you have created straight into the application. Communicate with the candidates in a simple and predictable way right until you have found the one to hire.
Professional development is a prerequisite for you doing a great job. An objectives plan ensures that you and your colleagues together move in the same direction.
Vacation and sickness
Send a statement of sickness or a request for time off to your employer when you are ill or would like free time. You see right away how much absence you have had and how many vacation days you have left.
Travel and expenses
Have you been on a business trip and paid for it yourself, or had other expenses on behalf of your employer? Get your money back in an easy way.
Protect your workers from dangers and problems in the workplace. Perform risk assessments and create action plans, and process incident reports in an orderly manner.