Understanding Controls - Hasmate
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Understanding Controls

Understanding Controls

Understanding Controls for the Hasmate health and safety management program

 

These must be setup to start using the Hasmate program. The company information (phone, email, address details, company logo etc) will display at the top of your hazard/employee/incident etc profiles – so the more information, the better.

To get started, please click on “Master Files” in the program menu, then “Control”.

Click “Edit” to the right of “Company Details” and fill in all details that are missing.

To note:

    • Potential Risk Email
      This is the email address/es that are notified if a new “Potential Risk” has been added into the Hasmate program (found under “Tools” in the program navigation).

 

    • Incident Email
      This is the email address/es that are notified if a new “Incident” has been added into the Hasmate program (found under “Incidents” in the program navigation).

 

    • Risk Assessment Email
      This is the email address/es that are notified if a new “Hazard” or “Miscellaneous” has been added into the Hasmate program where the risk assessment is displayed in red (e.g. has a severe risk).

 

    • Business Level 1
      This is the naming for your business levels. E.g. this could be called Division, while Level 2 could be Branch, and Level 3 could be Department. You can set up the types of Business Level 1 in Master Files – click here.
      For more information about business levels, please click here.

 

    • Business Level 2
      As above. This is just for naming throughout the program.
      For more information about business levels, please click here.

 

    • Business Level 3
      As above. This is just for naming throughout the program.
      For more information about business levels, please click here.

 

    • Business Level 2 Active
      For some smaller businesses, they will only use Business Level 1. In that case, this can be set to “No”.

 

    • Business Level 3 Active
      For some smaller businesses, they will only use Business Level 1 and 2. In that case, this can be set to “No”.

 

  • Alert Notification (days)
    This can be changed to more or less days as required for your business needs.
    60 days prior to an expiry date gives a business enough time to notify any/all employees involved and review the alert (e.g. undertake a WOF on a vehicle, do an employee review, service a piece of machinery etc).

 

After you save any changes you make to “Control”, you will need to log out of the Hasmate program and then log back in to see the changes in effect.