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Corrective Actions

Corrective Actions

There is a “Corrective Actions” section in the “Hazards”, “Incidents”, and “Miscellaneous” modules.  This is to be used to store information about what you have undertaken to reduce/minimise the hazard, or the incident occurring again, etc.

Adding Corrective Actions to a Hazard

This section is made up of the following fields:

  • Corrective Action – what actions were undertaken to reduce/minimise the risk.
  • Employee Responsible – who is responsible for making sure that corrective actions are taken, and that they are reducing risk.
  • Action By – who undertook the corrective actions.

Adding Corrective Actions to an Incident

This section is made up of the following fields:

  • Incident Manager – who is responsible for managing the incident investigation, and making sure that corrective actions are taken, and that they are reducing risk of this incident happening again.
  • Actioned By – who undertook the corrective actions.
  • Management & Corrective Actions – what actions were undertaken to reduce/minimise the risk.

Adding Corrective Actions to a Miscellaneous Issue

This section is made up of the following fields:

  • Corrective Action – what actions were undertaken to reduce/minimise the risk.
  • Preventative Action – what actions were undertaken to reduce/minimise the risk.
  • Non Conformance and Corrective Action Cost – this is the cost to the business of this miscellaneous issue happening, and the cost of undertaking the corrective actions.
  • Document Changes – notes about whether any policies, procedures, SOPs, etc. were updated to reduce the chances of this issue recurring.
  • Responsible Employee – who is responsible for making sure that corrective actions are taken, and that they are reducing risk.
  • Actioned By Employee – who undertook the corrective actions.
  • Next Review Date – this will create an alert when this is coming up for expiry.

If you have further questions or require training on using the Hasmate program, please contact Hasmate.