Injury Management

Injury Management

The QicWorks Injury Management component is used to document, monitor and investigate patterns associated with personnel injury reporting. It comprises of an Injury Record and Injury Statistics.

An Injury Record form is used to record injury(s) sustained by staff, their immediate and ongoing treatment and who the event was reported to. These statistics are then used to compile the Injury Statistics report.

QicWorks HSEC module allows Users to link their Injury Form with and existing Event Form and/or Incident Investigation Form. Your Hazard/Near Miss and Incident Investigation Form are also able to be linked with your Injury Form. These links then appears as a hyperlink within view/pdf modes for easy referencing.


Click on  HSEC  from the main menu, then click on  Injury Mangement.


Injury Management Table

Manage all your injury incidents from within the Injury Management table.

A   Navigation Breadcrumbs: Click on hyperlinks to jump to that screen
B   Page Toggle Width: Click to increase or decrease the page width
C   Data Filters: Click to filter Mangement Table by All, Draft, Issued, Closed. Default is All.
D   Actions Menu: Click to Create Injury Record or review Injury Statistics.
E    Page Help: Click to view help for this page.
F    Show entries :  Change the view settings to Show 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 or All entries
G   Export Tools : Download table to pdf,  xls, csv or print formats.
H   Search:  Click in the Search field and enter search criteria to find data from within the Incident Investigations Management Table
  Injury Management Table: Overview of Injury details

Contained in this table is:
 Investigation Table

   Field Name
   Function
     Injury Date
    Date and time of Injury
    Injury Number
    Sequential number for these reports.
   Treatment Outcome
    Treatment Outcome as selected in form ie Back to Work, Minor, First Aid, Doctor, Home or Hospital  
   Patients Name
   Name of person injured
   Status
   Status of report ie Draft, Issued or Closed
   Attachments
   Number of Attachments. Click icon to view attachments
   Controls
    Choose from View, Edit or Delete this Incident Investigation

Creating a new Injury Record

1.  Click on the Create Injury Record from the Actions menu.

A   Form Header: General injury event details. See below for full details.
B   Injury Details: Enter date and time or injury and when symptons started.
C   Location of Injury: Tick to select body locations where injury occurred. Your selection with then highlight on the diagram. (Multiple responses allowed.)
D   Nature of Injury: Tick to select type of injury (Multiple responses allowed.)
E    How Injury Occurred: Tick to select how injury occurred - Mechanism, Exposure to, Stuck or Sound Exposure. (Multiple responses allowed.)
F    Treatment Details:  Details of treatment given including name of first aid providers, date & time of treatment, treatment outcome and transportation details.
G    Comments: Free text field for comments.
  Supporting Files: Upload any sketches, images, notes, etc 
I   Save & Cancel buttons
Don't forget to click Save to save your changes. 
 

Editing an Injury Record 

1.  Click on the  Injury  or pencil  edit  icon under Control.
2.  Review data and edit as applicable
. Click Save to save your changes.

Don't forget to click Save to save any changes made

Reviewing Injury Statistics

1.  Click on Injury Statistics  from the Actions Menu under Injury Mangement.
2.  Select the date range applicable for this report ie Today, Yesterday, This Week, Last Week or Custom
. Select the Department you wish to report against.
4. Your report will now compile ready for review, to download as pdf, print or email

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