QualityOne Vaults allow your organization to report, track, investigate, and manage safety, environmental, vehicle, or property damage incidents. Incident Management also allows users to generate OSHA 301, OSHA 300, and/or OSHA 300A logs for your organization to be compliant with OSHA Regulations and reporting requirements. Additionally, users can track labor information on a monthly basis and conduct risk assessments with visibility into your organization’s risk trends and statistics.

Incident Management Objects

HSE uses the following core objects and object types to support Incident Management:

  • HSE Event (ehs_event__v): Represents health, safety, environmental, and vehicle or property damage incidents.
    • Injury Illness (injury_illness__v): This object type stores injury illness incident information.
    • Environmental Event (environmental_event__v): This object type stores environmental event incident information.
    • Vehicle (vehicle__v): This object type stores vehicle incident information.
    • Property Damage (property_damage__v): This object type stores property damage incident information.
  • Labor Information (labor_information__v): Represents the captured labor information data.
  • HSE-Risk Event (hse_risk_event__v): Represents the join between HSE Event and Risk Event.

HSE Incident Management Object Page Layout

Incident Management provides default object page layouts for the HSE Event and its object types to create and manage incidents and for the Labor Information object to create and track employee and contractor labor hours and headcount. You can customize object page layouts or create custom object page layouts from Admin > Configuration > Objects and select the appropriate Incident Management object.

Incident Management Workflows

The HSE Event Lifecycle includes the standard HSE Workflow which allows users to submit incidents for verification, investigation, and final reviews before closing the incident record. You can customize standard workflows or create custom workflows.

To manage object data records for the Incident Management objects, you must have a security profile that grants the appropriate object-level permissions.