Things we’ve taken away from housebuilder magazine’s annual SWOT analysis

You may have noticed that our latest blogs and discussions have been quite heavily focused on the home building industry. You might assume that construction of any type is somewhat of a dicey area to work in... Read More

Dancing with danger: Why you should always report a near miss

There are a few different schools of thought on what constitutes a ‘near miss’ in the world of workplace incidents but the general consensus is that a near miss is exactly what it sounds like; almost an accident....

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Market Insight: Does the resurge in modular housing have implications for health and safety?

When you hear the words ‘home building’, what do you think of? Materials are probably the first thing that come to mind...

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Can an app help overcome a culture of not reporting incidents?

When conducting our research about why incidents go unreported, often with detrimental consequences to business, we’ve been met with a barrage of possible reasons...

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Risky business: how Logincident can help to reduce bad outcomes

Put plainly, ‘risk’ is defined as the possibility of something bad happening. Risk involves uncertainty about the consequences of an activity in relation to something that society values, such as our health, wellbeing, finances, property or the environment; often focusing on negative, unwanted outcomes.

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Why your employees might not be so excited about reporting

In theory, incident reporting should be universally considered a ”good thing”, right? It provides a clear paper trail when things go wrong.

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Reporting strategically: What stories are you telling with your data?

People who aren’t collecting data about their companies could be missing out on valuable insight into what’s happening, where they’re going, and where they *could* be going.

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Five ways that Logincident can help your business

Incidents happen, but being informed, smart and responding to them quickly can transform the morale, efficiency and potential of any organisation.

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